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Mark could refer to:
- Marc, an evolved human who can optimize the health of others.
- Mark Camperell, who works on sound for the webisodes.
- Mark Colson, the actor who portrays Mr. Zern.
- Mark Ford, the actor who portrays Charlie Svenson.
- Mark Gibson, the actor who portrays Henry.
- Mark Hansson, a first assistant director for the Destiny webisodes.
- Mark Harelik, the actor who portrays Howard Lemay.
- Mark Kolpack, the visual effects supervisor for Heroes.
- Mark Christopher Lawrence, the actor who portrays Mr. Lamont.
- Mark Leggett, a Homeland Security analyst whom Tracy freezes to death.
- Mark Lyon, an assistant director for Heroes.
- Mark Marcum, a video playback supervisor for Heroes.
- The Mark, two scratches in the neck, left by the Company's pneumatic needles after a "bag and tag".
- "The Marked", a fan-created name for adherents of Heroes Evolutions content.
- Principal Marks, the headmaster at Union Wells High School.
- Principal Marks, the headmaster at Pinehearst High School.
- Mark McGrinder, the actor who portrays a Missouri father.
- Mark McHaley, one of the artists who worked on the Heroes trading cards.
- Mark Nearing, the actor who portrays Linderman's cop.
- Piazza San Marco, one of the places in Venice that Charlie wishes to visit.
- Mark Riccardi, who is Greg Grunberg's stunt double.
- Mark Roslan, a comic book colorist.
- Mark Sable, a comic book writer.
- Marc Scizak, a stunt coordinator for Heroes Reborn.
- Mark Spatney, Mohinder's neighbor from Chelsea, New York.
- Mark Spatny, a visual effects producer for Heroes.
- St. Marks Coffeehouse, where Chris Coolidge performs in New York City.
- Mark Steele, a dialogue/ADR editor for Heroes.
- Mark Steger, the actor who portrays the Constrictor.
- Mark Allan Stewart, the actor who portrays a high roller.
- Marc Tubert, the actor who portrays Father Juan.
- Mark Vanselow, the actor who portrays Mohinder's neighbor.
- Mark Verheiden, a writer for Heroes.
- Mark Viniello, a special effects makeup artist for Heroes.
- Mark Aaron Wagner, a stunt performer for Heroes.
- Mark Warshaw, an associate producer of Heroes, a producer of Heroes Evolutions, and a graphic novel writer.
- Mark L. Young, the actor who portrays Jeremy Greer.