Mark S. Allen
Mark S. Allen is a three-time Emmy Award winner, the entertainment anchor for “Good Day Sacramento,” and the producer/host of Mark@TheMovies on CW31, (and in over 34 million US homes on Reelz Channel Network.) His career is almost as scattered and disjointed as Mark himself.
He began broadcasting in HipHop RandB radio in Dallas, L.A., and KSFM1025.
He had a show on Comedy Central for two years called Short Attention Span Theater, he co-hosted a teen show with Lisa Ling called Scratch, played a reporter (badly) in Fantastic Four and again (even worse) in the slasher film Chain Letter.
He won an award however for his performance in Joe Carnahan’s Blood Guts Bullets and Octane “worst performance, ever in film” award, by Joe himself. They remain best of friends.
Though he loves life in Sacramento, he commutes to L.A. and New York two times every Month, on assignment,
where he interviews the biggest stars in entertainment! In 1999, Mark was inducted into the Nation’s most respected film critic organization, B.F.C.A., and his movie reviews appear in newspapers coast to coast and he continues to bring wild antics, and top name celebrities to “Good Day Sacramento” every day!
Jason Statham talks with Mark about his latest action film “Homefront,” while John Goodman takes us “Inside Llewyn Davis” — the latest project from the Coen brothers.
Kristen Bell is a little cold in the latest Disney film “Frozen” while Vince Vaughn gives us a little insight on being a dad of more than 500 children in “Delivery Man.”
Things are heating up on this week’s episode as Mark and the gang discusses all things “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.”
It’s an Oscar worthy show as Mark and the gang speak with the cast of “12 Years A Slave.” But it’s not all serious, with Big Al getting prank pulled on him in the spirit of “Nebraska.”
It’s a celebration of all things Thor in this special edition show focusing on Marvel’s latest comic film “Thor: The Dark World.”
Mark doesn’t feel worthy as he interviews the Oscar-winning stars of “Last Vegas” and gets his nerd on with the stars of “Ender’s Game.”
This week, the gang take a look back at the blockbuster “Gravity,” while Mark delivers another bad joke. But don’t worry, there’s plenty of redemption with “Machete Kills.”
Mark and the gang get pulled into the blockbuster “Gravity” talking with the cast, and take a gamble with “Runner Runner.”
Did Mark really show the rest of the gang porn? Meanwhile, Mike Mechanick takes us back with a rant about the number one film at the box office — “Rush.”
The gang has been thrown out of the studio, but the show must go on! Mark and the gang are doing it live in the cramped space of the control room, talking drama with the stars of “Prisoners” and “Rush.”