Mark Atteberry is an award winning actor, photographer and director. He began his career in the Entertainment Industry as a marketing expert before making the transition to acting and photography. Mark is internationally known for his headshot, advertising, and documentary photography. His clients include CAA, ICM, WME, NBC, CBS, A&E, Bravo, Venice Magazine, Big Lots and more. Mark was voted as one of the “Best Headshot Photographers in Los Angeles” by BackStage West magazine and in 2010 he was honored by the Photography for Social Change Foundation as one of the top 100 documentary-style photographers in the world.
As an actor Mark’s feature film work includes hits like David Fincher’s “Gone Girl” to Ang Lee’s “The Hulk.” His television work includes “For The People” (which put him in contention for an Emmy nomination), “Sorry For Your Loss,” “S.W.A.T.,” “Grace and Frankie,” “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “Code Black,” “Scandal,” “Black-ish,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “CSI: Cyber,” “The Newsroom,” “Bones,” “Criminal Minds,” “Dexter, House, M.D.,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Justified,” “24” and many more.
Known as LA’s Type Specialist, Mark lectures regularly on the subjects of Branding, Image and Type and Acting in LA. He has written or co-written several books on the topic including “The Working Actor’s Guide to LA.” Mark is the founder of the Be A Working Actor Studios in Los Angeles.