Mark Nimar is a New York-based actor, singer, and playwright. In New York, he has performed at the Bank Street Theatre in the musical Happy End, at the Danny Kaye Playhouse in the New York premiere of the opera il Postino, and at the Manhattan School of Music in the New York premiere of the opera A Taste of Damnation. Productions outside of New York include Animal Crackers at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and Carmen at Dante Hall Theatre in Atlantic City. He made his screen debut as Mason in the film Beneath Contempt, which was screened at the Slamdance Film Festival, IFFB, and at the Brooklyn Film Festival. Mark holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in voice from the Mannes College the New School for Music. As a playwright, his play Good Daddy has been featured at the Village Playwrights in New York City.