Mark McGuckin

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Mark McGuckin
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Mark
Born Maple Ridge British Columbia

Mark McGuckin is the co-host, writer, creator, and creative producer of the Canadian television series Road Hockey Rumble. In British Columbia, the McGuckin name has long been synonymous with athletic ingenuity and cataclysmic road hockey play. As a young boy, Mark grew up idolizing the legacy of his forefathers and their long tradition of psychological warfare on the ‘asphalt jungle’ – affectionately known as the road hockey court. In his teens, Mark put his admired tradition into practice and got beaten badly … several times over. Now, having grown six inches taller and stacking on 40 plus pounds of raw twisted Canadian steel, Mark feels it’s payback time! He is also a Taurus[citation needed] and very, very bald.

Mark is an improvisational comic actor / filmmaker who majored in Film Production at the University of British Columbia. He wrote, directed, and starred in the short film Lyon King (2004) which screened at the Worldwide Short Film Festival in Toronto and is now being broadcast on CTV’s The Comedy Network. Mark’s other credits include: principal actor in the short film Tomorrow Doesn’t Look Good Either (2004) which screened at the World Film Festival in Montreal and cinematographer on the Gemini Award winning CBC / Documentary Channel series College Days College Nights (2005) and the Life Network series Crash Test Mommy(2005).

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