Mark has been nominated before among some really great talents. Seattle has always been a threshold for many who move on to Los Angeles or New York. The difference here is Mark is Seattle. he has been offered to move on but likes it here over anythin … show more
Mark has been nominated before among some really great talents. Seattle has always been a threshold for many who move on to Los Angeles or New York. The difference here is Mark is Seattle. he has been offered to move on but likes it here over anything else. The youngest of seven who were raised on Queen Anne Hill very close to the KING 5 Tower.
After his road tour of small town radio to polish his skills he was back in the city in 1983 and ready to move ahead. His goal was to earn the respect of the many Seattle radio legends of past and keep the torch very bright for Seattle radio and the connection to the community. He is now Morning host of WARM 106.9 after a great year of Smart Talk 570 KVI with Elisa Jaffe. He has also moved into the kitchen as the new Host of KCTS9 COOKS after retirement of longtime fave George Ray. Along with various emcee gigs at various festivals and Live benefit auctions he can also be seen as Capt. Noah Lott of Ride The Ducks Of Seattle. His tour is one of the highest rated among the Wacky Captains. he also finally got is Seafair fix as Media partner after years of being at the wrong station(s). CEO/President of Seafair, Beth Knox finally had a golden opportunity to Knight him this Summer for his years of efforts. How many Starbucks are there?, Where is the most haunted place in town?, How do you catch a King Salmon? and How many stairs does the Space Needle have? Mark can answer these with ease. Because he has done it or seen it. he recently created a "fun first" at the Fishermens Fall Festival/Ballard. He was sent high in the sky on a retired aerial Fire Truck from the Seattle Fire Dept. At 100 feet (10 stories) he then fished for name cards below on the ground to help the public win prizes. Mark has one of the deepest Rolodex of names you will find anywhere.