Mark L. Young

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Mark L. Young
Born Markell V. Efimoff
(1991-01-01) January 1, 1991 (age 26)
Everett, Washington, United States
Occupation Actor
Years active 2003–present

Mark L. Young (born January 1, 1991) is an American actor.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Born Markell V. Efimoff[2] in Everett, Washington,[3] Young began acting at the age of 9 and moved to Los Angeles when he was 12 to pursue his career. His first significant on-screen credit was a small role in two episodes of the HBO series Six Feet Under.[4]


Young's other notable appearances include television shows The OC, Dexter, Big Love, Childrens Hospital, Heroes, Secret Life of the American Teenager, Cold Case, ER, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and The Inbetweeners, while his film credits include Sex Drive, Happiness Runs, The Lucky Ones, and We're the Millers.[5]



Year Film Role Note
2003 Rogues Choir
2004 Harry + Max Harry, Aged 15
2005 In Memory of My Father Middle Chris Deleted scenes
2008 Sex Drive Randy
2008 The Lucky Ones Scott Cheaver
2010 Happiness Runs Victor[6]
2013 Movie 43 Calvin Cutler; Segment "The Thread"
2013 Beneath Grubbs
2013 We're the Millers Scottie P
2014 Tammy Jesse
2014 The Guilty Innocent Josh
2014 The Curse of Downers Grove Post-production
2015 Daddy's Home Dental hygienist


Year Film Role Note
2003 Still Standing Kid #1 1 episode: "Still Partying"
2003-2004 Six Feet Under Eric Sheedy 2 episodes: "Tears, Bones & Desire","In Case of Rapture"
2005 CSI: Miami Lucas Hall 1 episode: "Nailed"
2005 The O.C. Prepubescent Geek #1 1 episode: "The Asshole"
2006 Dexter Jeremy Downs 2 episodes: "Popping Cherry", "Circle of Friends"
2006 Cold Case Young Jed Huxley 1 episode: "The Key"
2007 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Tommy Halpert 1 episode: "Lying Down with Dogs"
2007 ER Evan Hayes 1 episode: "Crisis of Conscience"
2009 Big Love Franky 4 episodes
2009 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Thomas 2 episodes: "Making Up Is Hard to Do", "Money for Nothing, Chicks for Free"
2009 Heroes Jeremy Greer 2 episodes: "Tabula Rasa", "Strange Attractors"
2010 CSI: NY Tom Reynolds 1 episode: "Hide Sight"
2010 Childrens Hospital Raye LePlante 1 episode: "Joke Overload"
2010 Criminal Minds Owen Porter 1 episode: "Exit Wounds"
2012 The Inbetweeners Neil Sutherland Main cast
12 episodes
2013 Workaholics Simon 1 episode: "Fourth and Inches"
2013 Kroll Show Mark's Son 1 episode: "Can I Finish?"
2013 The Neighbors Logan 1 episode: "Good Debbie Hunting"
2013-2014 Betas Trevor Recurring cast
5 episodes
2014 Mind Games Ryan McKee 1 episode: "Apophenia"
2014 The Comeback Tyler Beck Main cast (season 2)
8 episodes


  1. ^ Retrieved July 22, 2013
  2. ^ Mark L. Young IMDB. Retrieved July 22, 2013
  3. ^ Retrieved July 22, 2013
  4. ^ "Mark L. Young: The Inbetweeners". Retrieved Jan 17, 2013. 
  5. ^ We're the Millers Official Site. Warner Brothers 2013. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
  6. ^ Happiness Runs - Film Review - The Hollywood Reporter

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