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    Mark Sevi

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    Mark Sevi

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      Mark Sevi is a professional screenwriter with 25 scripts sold and 19 movies produced.  He also teaches scriptwriting in Southern California.

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      Mark's script "Devil's Knot" based on the Mara Leveritt book of the same name, starred Academy Award winners Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth.  It was released in 2014.

      • Mark's script "Arachnid" was one of the highest performing movies for SyFy Channel.
      • "Pterodactyl" also at SyFy Channel, outperformed "Arachnid" to set new records for original programming at SyFy Channel.
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    • Disciplines: Writer, Producer, Crew
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