Mark Boone Junior has had a successful acting career spanning three decades, appearing in a plethora of films across all genres. Boone has appeared in blockbuster hits such as Warner Bros. Batman Begins opposite Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neesom, and Gary Oldman, directed by Christopher Nolan. Nolan also directed Boone in the Sundance indie hit Memento, where Boone played the motel clerk opposite Guy Pierce. Memento, one of the early films from Summit Entertainment, went on to be nominated for two Oscars® and won four Independent Spirit Awards. He also appeared in Armageddon for Touchstone Pictures, written by J.J. Abrams and directed by Michael Bay; 2 Fast 2 Furious; The General's Daughter for Paramount Pictures starring John Travolta and Madeline Stowe directed by Simon West; and 20th Century Fox's Die Hard II starring Bruce Willis, directed by Renny Harlin and produced by Joel Silver. His additional film credits include Get Carter, The Thin Red Line, The Game, Seven with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, Of Mice and Men with John Malkovich and Gary Sinise and the indie Trees Lounge that he starred opposite his long time writing partner and friend Steve Buscemi. He had one of the leads in the hit horror thriller, 30 Days of Night, for Sam Raimi's "Ghost House" released by Sony opposite Josh Harnett, Melissa George and Ben Foster and also the Sundance hit independent feature Frozen River opposite Melissa Leo released by Sony Classics that was nominated for two Oscars. Boone most recently completed a starring role in the independent film Pete Small is Dead opposite Peter Dinklage, Tim Roth and Steve Buscemi.
In addition to his numerous film credits, Boone has also starred in a myriad of television roles in hit shows such as Law & Order, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Carnivale.
Boone has an avid writing career and produces films including an executive producing credit on the feature film Spun that starred the late Brittany Murphy. When no one is watching, he plays his acoustic guitar on his Harley Davidson.