Mark Fite

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Mark Fite
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Born Mark Elliott Fite
August 15
Occupation Actor, comedian

Mark Fite is an American actor and comedian. He has appeared in a number of movies and television shows. He lives in Los Angeles, California.

Fite is a founding member of the comedy group 2 Headed Dog with comedians Jim Turner, Dave (Gruber) Allen, and Craig Anton. He is well known for creating roles and performing in many hit comedy shows including Bob's Office Party, The Rudy Casoni Show, Girly Magazine Party, Clowntown City Limits, and Wife Swappers.

Fite has worked with several prestigious theatre companies in Los Angeles, including The Actors' Gang, Theater of NOTE, and Padua Hills Playwrights' Festival where he worked with acclaimed writers Murray Mednick, Leon Martell, Marlane Meyer, and John Steppling.

Fite has appeared in numerous television shows, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Grey's Anatomy, Rules of Engagement, The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show, Friends, Seinfeld, and NewsRadio.

Fite's varied film credits include Fight Club, Independence Day, Godzilla, Off The Lip, Elephant Sighs (with Ed Asner), and in 2011, a short film for Dior (L.A.dy Dior) opposite Academy Award winning actress Marion Cotillard, directed by John Cameron Mitchell.

In 2009, Fite performed in the world premiere comedy Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas alongside Matthew Modine and French Stewart at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, CA.[1]

Fite graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Theater Arts.


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