Mark Linn Baker
Birth Place: St Louis, Missouri, USA
Linn-Baker began his career on the stage, coming to New York after working three seasons with the Yale Repertory Theater. He made his NY stage debut as Bertram in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of "All's Well That Ends Well", went on to garner favorable notices for starring roles in a number of festival productions, and then made his Broadway debut in "Doonesbury", a short lived musical based on the popular comic strip.
Linn-Baker had his big screen break-through opposite Peter O'Toole in the very successful comedy "My Favorite Year" (1982), as a young 1950s variety show writer who has to chaperon that week's star, a known drunk and womanizer (O'Toole). It would be a decade bef... Continue Bio >>
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