Mark Duplass

Mark Duplass is an award-winning actor, filmmaker and producer. He and his brother Jay first gained recognition in the early 2000's for writing, directing and producing several acclaimed independent and studio films, including The Puffy Chair, Baghead, Cyrus, and Jeff, Who Lives at Home. On the television side, Mark and Jay have created two critically acclaimed television series for HBO: Togetherness (in which Mark also starred) and the anthology series Room 104.


Notable producer credits include the the Netflix documentary series Wild Wild Country and the HBO animated series Animals, as well as the feature films Safety Not Guaranteed (in which Mark also starred), The Skeleton Twins, and Tangerine.

As an actor, Mark has appeared in a wide range of film and television projects. From 2009 to 2015, he was a series regular on the hit FX comedy series The League. He has also had recurring roles in Hulu's The Mindy Project, National Geographic's Manhunt, and the upcoming season of Amazon Studios' Goliath. Notable on-screen feature film credits include: Tully, Blue Jay, The One I Love, Safety Not Guaranteed, Your Sister's Sister, and Humpday.

In May 2018, Mark and Jay published their first book, LIKE BROTHERS (via Ballantine Books), which examines their lifelong personal and professional partnership.