Mark Stevens


Actor

About

Also Known As
Stephen Richards, Richard Stevens, Steve Richards
Birth Place
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Born
December 13, 1916
Died
September 15, 1994

Biography

Mark Stevens was an accomplished actor who led an impressive career, primarily on the big screen. In his early acting career, Stevens appeared in such films as "From This Day Forward" (1946), "The Dark Corner" (1946) and "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" (1947). He also appeared in "The Street With No Name" (1948), "Oh, You Beautiful Doll!" (1949) and "Sand" (1949). He kept working ...

Biography

Mark Stevens was an accomplished actor who led an impressive career, primarily on the big screen. In his early acting career, Stevens appeared in such films as "From This Day Forward" (1946), "The Dark Corner" (1946) and "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" (1947). He also appeared in "The Street With No Name" (1948), "Oh, You Beautiful Doll!" (1949) and "Sand" (1949). He kept working in film throughout the fifties, starring in "Between Midnight and Dawn" (1950), "Dancing in the Dark" (1950) and "Little Egypt" (1951). He also appeared in "Mutiny" (1952) and "Timetable" (1956). Toward the end of his career, he continued to act in "Gunsight Ridge" (1957), "Fate Is the Hunter" (1964) and "It Happened in Hollywood" (1972). He also appeared in "The Devil in Miss Jones" (1973) and "Angel Number 9" (1974). He held additional roles in television including a part on "Murder, She Wrote" (CBS, 1984-1996). Stevens more recently acted in the thriller "White Angel" (1994) with Harriet Robinson. Stevens passed away in September 1994 at the age of 78.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Sunscorched (1966)
Director
The Man in the Water (1963)
Director
Gun Fever (1958)
Director
Timetable (1956)
Director
Cry Vengeance (1954)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

White Angel (1993)
Carter'S Husband
Angel Number 9 (1974)
Driver
The Devil in Miss Jones (1973)
It Happened in Hollywood (1972)
Frozen Alive (1966)
Frank
Sunscorched (1966)
Sheriff Jess Kinley
Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
Mickey Doolan
The Man in the Water (1963)
Captain James
September Storm (1960)
Joe Balfour
Gun Fever (1958)
Lucas Rand
Gunsmoke in Tucson (1958)
Jed "Chip" Coburn
Gunsight Ridge (1957)
Velvet
Timetable (1956)
Charlie Norman
Cry Vengeance (1954)
Vic Barron
Torpedo Alley (1953)
Bob Bingham
Jack Slade (1953)
Joey "Jack" Slade
The Big Frame (1953)
Paul Smith
Mutiny (1952)
Capt. James Marshall
Target Unknown (1951)
Capt. Jerome [James M. "Steve"] Stevens
Reunion in Reno (1951)
Norman Drake
Katie Did It (1951)
Peter Van Arden
Little Egypt (1951)
Wayne Cravat
Dancing in the Dark (1950)
Bill Davis
Between Midnight and Dawn (1950)
Rocky Barnes
Please Believe Me (1950)
Matthew Kinston
Oh, You Beautiful Doll (1949)
Larry Kelly
Sand (1949)
Jeff Keane
The Snake Pit (1948)
Robert Cunningham
The Street with No Name (1948)
Eugene Cordell
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now? (1947)
Joseph E. Howard
From This Day Forward (1946)
Bill Cummings
The Dark Corner (1946)
Bradford Galt
Within These Walls (1945)
Steve Purcell
Pride of the Marines (1945)
Ainslee
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
Angel
God Is My Co-Pilot (1945)
Sgt. Baldridge
Objective, Burma! (1945)
Lieutenant Parker
Destination Tokyo (1944)
Admiral's aide
The Doughgirls (1944)
Lieutenant Harry Keary
Passage to Marseille (1944)
Lieutenant Hastings

Writer (Feature Film)

Sunscorched (1966)
Screenwriter
Sunscorched (1966)
Original Story
Gun Fever (1958)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Timetable (1956)
Producer

Music (Feature Film)

Inside Man (2006)
Cello

Art Department (Feature Film)

King Kong (2005)
Carpenter, New York streets set

Director (Special)

Man on a Raft (1958)
Director

Cast (Special)

Man on a Raft (1958)
Michael Shayne

Producer (Special)

Man on a Raft (1958)
Producer

Cast (Short)

Roaring Guns (1944)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Please Believe Me (1950) -- (Movie Clip) No Point Getting On The Boat We've already met Deborah Kerr as English Alison, believing reports she's inherited a vast Texas estate, now boarding the ship from London, she meets Robert Walker and James Whitmore, whose motivations are not quite clear, then Peter Lawford and Mark Stevens who are more forthright, in MGM's Please Believe Me, 1950, produced by Val Lewton.
Snake Pit, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Where Do I Sign? Spouse Robert (Mark Stevens) is recounting his marriage and early problems with his wife, now-institutionalized Virginia (Olivia de Havilland) for her psychiatrist Dr. Kik (Leo Genn), early in The Snake Pit, 1948, based on the book by one-time inmate Mary Jane Ward.
Snake Pit, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Now Then, Virginia Under examination by a review board and seeking her release, Virginia (Olivia De Havilland) fails to exhibit stability, in Anatole Litvak's 1948 hit The Snake Pit.
Snake Pit, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) One Of The Sick Ones Inmate Virginia (Olivia De Havilland) with her internal monologue, at the inmate's social club with her caring husband Robert (Mark Stevens), in director Anatole Litvak's The Snake Pit, 1948.
Street With No Name, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Sweet Job You Pulled Cautious gangster Stiles (Richard Widmark) has just finished a background check on new pal “George” (Mark Stevens, who we know is really an under-cover FBI man), so he’s satisfied that he’s a real hood, welcoming him and making an offer, in the crime procedural The Street With No Name, 1948.
Street With No Name, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Organized Gangsterism streewtihtnoname_organizedgangsterism_FC
Street With No Name, The (1948) -- (Movie Clip) He Wants To Surrender Lloyd Nolan as agent Briggs is looking for a man for a specific job, so he visits Quantico, where we meet Mark Stevens as field agent Cordell, back for a refresher training course, doing well, recommended by superior John McIntire, in 20th Century-Fox’s The Street With No Name, 1948.
Between Midnight And Dawn (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Men In Prowl Cars Emphasis on the police-procedural properties of the film, the opening of producer Hunt Stromberg's Between Midnight And Dawn, 1950, Edmond O'Brien the crusty older cop, Mark Stevens the younger partner, with some legit Los Angeles background footage.
Between Midnight And Dawn (1950) -- (Movie Clip) I Only Carry Fifties LA cops (Edmond O'Brien, Mark Stevens) on a hunch visit a night club, noting the singing girlfriend (Gale Robbins) of boss Garris (Donald Buka), minion Quist (Philip Van Zandt) offering little resistance, early in Between Midnight And Dawn, 1950, from by-then Columbia producer Hunt Stromberg.
Between Midnight And Dawn (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Bourbon And Water For Dad Off-duty patrol car partners and WWII vets Rocky (Mark Stevens) and Dan (Edmond O'Brien) bring their new friend, police radio dispatcher Katherine (Gale Storm) to an LA night club, aiming to dig up dirt on the boss, in Between Midnight And Dawn, 1950.

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