He had the most distinct voice in my opinion on television. I can remember way before "On demand" and Netflicks, our main source for movies was "City TV's LATE GREAT MOVIES". Before the movie started you would hear Mark's distinctive voice do A introduction to the movie and sometimes it was mixed with his humorous punch lines and jabs ... they always made the family laugh.
I can remember a few years back I was ordering pizza across the street from CityTV and a fairly large individual in front of me spun around and knocked his can of pop clear off the counter and I caught it. I looked up to see it was him and he smiled and said "GOOD CATCH!" It was so surreal to hear that voice right in front of you, especially when that voice was heard in your house hold for many, many years.
Mark passed away today, he had prostate cancer which spread to his kidneys and then to his lungs.
He will be greatly missed, A true voice of this city. He was 57 years of age and he leaves behind his wife Kim and his daughter Nicole.
Read the article here Mark Daily