Mark Holton

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Mark Holton
Born (1958-04-02) April 2, 1958 (age 58)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 1983–present

Mark Holton (born April 2, 1958) is an American actor, best known for portraying Chubby in the Teen Wolf film series, Francis Buxton in Pee-wee's Big Adventure, and Ozzie in Leprechaun.

Early life[edit]

Holton was born in Oklahoma City and attended Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.


Holton's most famous role may be that of Francis Buxton, Pee-Wee Herman's nemesis, in the 1985 blockbuster Pee-wee's Big Adventure.[1] His other notable 1980s role was as Chubby in Teen Wolf and Teen Wolf Too. The 1990s found another main role awarded to Holton, as Ozzie in the first Leprechaun horror film with Jennifer Aniston. In 2003, Holton was awarded his first starring role: that of real-life serial killer John Wayne Gacy in Gacy. His most well-known minor role may be that of the adult version of the bratty Stillwell in the closing scenes of 1992's A League of Their Own.

Holton has also appeared in minor or cameo roles in such films as The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (in which he uttered the memorable line, "Hey, it's Enrico Palazzo!") with Leslie Nielsen, My Life with Michael Keaton, Little Giants (his next sports movie after A League of Their Own, as Zolteck's dad) with Rick Moranis, and the 2000 live-action/animated film adaptation of The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle with Robert De Niro.

Holton has never appeared as a regular cast member of any television show. Nevertheless, he can be seen in episodes of The Young and the Restless, Seinfeld, MacGyver, Sledge Hammer!, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, NCIS and NYPD Blue. He can also be seen making a cameo appearance in The Ramones' music video for "Something to Believe in."


Year Title Role Director Notes
1983 What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon Guy Craig Mitchell
Robert Clarke
1984 Webster Various Joel Zwick TV Series (2 Episodes)
1985 Pee-wee's Big Adventure Francis Buxton Tim Burton
Teen Wolf Chubby Rod Daniel
1986 My Chauffeur Doughboy David Beaird
Stoogemania Curly's son Chuck Workman
Modern Girls Boss Jerry Kramer
1987 Teen Wolf Too Chubby Christopher Leitch
Under Cover Denny John Stockwell
1988 Sledge Hammer! Governor's Aide Dick Martin TV Series (1 Episode)
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! Spectator David Zucker
1989 Day by Day Proprietor Matthew Diamond TV Series (1 Episode)
Easy Wheels Animal David O'Malley
1990 Superboy Johnny Casanova David Nutter TV Series (1 Episode)
Grandpa Alan Ruffier
1991 They Came from Outer Space Frank Dennis Donnelly TV Series (1 Episode)
MacGyver A Guard Mike Vejar TV Series (1 Episode)
1992 A League of Their Own Older Stilwell Penny Marshall
1993 Leprechaun Ozzie Mark Jones
Flying Blind George Stan Daniels TV Series (1 Episode)
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Alexander Woollcott Syd Macartney TV Series (1 Episode)
My Life Sam Bruce Joel Rubin
1994 Seinfeld David Tom Cherones TV Series (1 Episode)
Little Giants Mr. Zolteck Duwayne Dunham
1995 Rumpelstiltskin Huge Man Mark Jones (2)
1996 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Bolian Kim Friedman TV Series (1 Episode)
1997 Hijacking Hollywood Officer Neil Mandt
Sister, Sister Conductor Sheldon Epps TV Series (1 Episode)
2000 The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle Potato Des McAnuff
2001 The Young and the Restless Joe TV Series (2 Episodes)
2003 Gacy John Wayne Gacy Clive Saunders
NCIS Sergeant Linn Bradford May TV Series (1 Episode)
2004 NYPD Blue Ned Applebaum Jesse Bochco TV Series (1 Episode)
Rock Me Baby Johnny Hot-Pants Leonard R. Garner Jr. TV Series (1 Episode)
Madhouse Mr.Hansen William Butler
Return to Sender Joe Charbonic Bille August
Quintuplets Santa Andy Cadiff TV Series (1 Episode)


  1. ^ Barsanti, Chris (2010) Filmology: A Movie-A-Day Guide to the Movies You Need to Know, Adams Media Corporation, ISBN 978-1-4405-0753-3, p. 256

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