Mark Sellers has a
unique professional career that runs the gamut when it
comes to music, dance and acting. Mark has hosted
several songwriting venues in Los Angeles and Nashville.
For a number of years, he has directed dance therapy for
stage four victims of cancer at St. Jude Children's
Hospital in Memphis. He is a lifetime member of the
distinguished Actors Studio.
His music and
dance talent, who’s who list, has had him performing
with such superstar artists as Michael Jackson, Lionel
Richie, Stevie Wonder, Tim McGraw, Dwight Yoakam, Clint
Black and Marty Balin of Jefferson Starship. Through his
health and wellness services, with dance and music, he
has successfully created a therapeutic "chair dance"
program to benefit the elderly suffering from
Alzheimer's and Dementia.
As a musician,
Mark has opened for such notable acts as Taylor Swift,
Leon Russell, Joe Ely, Junior Brown, Rosie Flores,
Nicolette Larson, Jack Ingram, Jack Tempchin, Robert
Earl Keen, Roger McGuinn (The Byrds) and the late Buck
Page founding member of the Riders of The Purple Sage.
When it comes to songwriting, he has collaborated with
the elite fleet including Dan Penn and Jim Lauderdale.
He also hosted the “Hollywood County Line” series at the
Whisky a Go-Go, where he choreographed and performed
with the Cowbell Dancers.
Mark has crafted
numerous dances for the film industry with his
exceptional skill as a choreographer. His favorite piece
of work is the dances he created in the triumphant rodeo
film 8 Seconds, a film about the late great champion
bull rider, Lane Frost. A movie directed by John
Alvilson of Rocky and Karate Kid. He has also worked
with distinguished directors Mel Brooks, Gary Marshall,
Ron Howard, Bob Rafelson and Adam Sandler.