Mark Camacho has appeared in over 200 feature films and television shows over the past 25 years. Recently he pulled off a remarkable turn on "X-Men: Days of Future Past", in the supporting role of President Richard Nixon. He followed that up with a recurring role on the award-winning police drama 19-2. Mark is currently working on several projects, among them is the Roland Emmerich film "Stonewall" as well as
the Robert Zemeckis film "To Reach the Clouds" (aka The Walk). He has also just begun filming on the new television series, "Ascension" for the Sci-Fi network.
Films you would know him from include: “I’m Not There”, “The Punisher: War Zone”, “The Score”, “The Heist”, “The Whole Nine Yards”, “Wicker Park” and “Affiction”. Directors Mark has worked with include, Brian DePalma, Todd Haynes, David Mamet, Frank Oz, Ron Underwood, Robert Altman, Alan Rudolph, Jonathan Lynn, Paul Schrader and Bryan Singer.
When not on a film set, Mark can be found performing in the Mocap studio in various video games for Ubisoft, Warner Brothers and Eidos. Credits include leading roles in "Assassin’s Creed", "Splinter Cell: Conviction", "Deus Ex", "Far Cry: Instincts", and "Rainbow Six" to name a few.
As a voice performer, Mark is part of the cast that won back to back Emmy Awards for the outstanding animated series, "Arthur". He has lent his voice to more than 50 animated series and feature films.