Mark S. Cartier has been an actor for over 30 years, working on stage, in film and television, as well as appearing in numerous commercials and industrials. He is willing to travel wherever the work takes him.
Name: Mark S. Cartier
Lives in: Boston, Massachusetts
Film (short) by Sofia Caetano (Comedy) Finn Spade A con artist disguised as door-to-door salesman confronts his most challenging client.
Mary Loss of Soul
Film by Jennifer B. White (Horror and Thriller) Dr. Hank Gargiulo Part of Mary's soul has been ripped from her body. After vanishing from her family's lake house, the 15 year-old returns without any memory of the traumatic events she experienced. Even while a nefarious mystery surrounds its circumstance-and a wrathful spirit begins haunting them-the Solis family's biggest fear is watching Mary unbecome. And knowing they must find her soul before time runs out. Written by Jennifer B. White
Infinitely Polar Bear
Film by Maya Forbes (Comedy and Drama) Maitre d' A manic-depressive mess of a father tries to win back his wife by attempting to take full responsibility of their two young, spirited daughters, who don't make the overwhelming task any easier.
Film (short) by Jeremy Weiss (Comedy, Drama and Music) Cesare Riff Raf is a lighthearted short film about a jazz trumpeter who accidentally ends up in a classical orchestra.
Frank the Bastard
Film by FTB3/Brad Coley Mac
Friday Night Lights
Television by Peter Berg (Drama and Sport) Professor In the small town of Dillon, Texas, one night matters: Friday Night. Eric Taylor has recently been hired as the head football coach for the Dillon High School Panthers, the town's pride and joy. Friday Night Lights displays the stress that the town gives the high school players to win, and the hope that the team gives to a small town, and how a team has its low points, its high points, and how they come together as a team on their way to victory. Written by Zac Abrams
Television by Stephen Fitzmeyer (Documentary and History) John Easton A series showcasing documentaries on American history.
Film by Warner Bros./Richard Kelly Martin Teague
Gone Baby Gone
Film by Ben Affleck (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Pantsless reporter When 4 year old Amanda McCready disappears from her home and the police make little headway in solving the case, the girl's aunt Beatrice McCready hires two private detectives Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro. The detectives freely admit that they have little experience with this type of case, but the family wants them for two reasons - they're not cops and they know the tough Boston neighborhood in which they all live. As the case progresses, Kenzie and Gennaro face drug dealers, gangs and pedophiles. When they are about to solve their case, they are faced with a moral dilemma that could tear them apart. Written by garykmcd
Film by Brad Gann (Drama) Mr. Quint In South Boston, where Irish roots run deep and Catholic tradition reigns, two brothers face similar hardships but lead far different lives. While older brother Terry descends into drugs and crime, 16-year-old Cole vies to make the state baseball championships - but must struggle to withstand his brother's destructive influence. When the two inevitably clash in a life-and-death confrontation, family ties-and futures-are at stake. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater, MA)