Mark Rendall
Canadian actor
Mark Rendall
Mark Rendall is a Canadian actor, perhaps best known for starring in the title role of the 2004 film, Childstar, as well as Mick in Season 1 of the Canadian television drama series ReGenesis. He played Bastian Bux in the TV series, Tales from the Neverending Story, and the title character in The Interrogation of Michael Crowe.
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Ellen Page and the karma of outing gay Hollywood - SheKnows.com
Google News - over 5 years
It also references Pages's alleged romances with both guys and gals, including Drew Barrymore, Clea Du Vall, Ben Foster, Mark Rendall, Slim Twig. Page has been snapped with both ladies, and even shared a kiss with Barrymore for a sexy Marie Claire
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Ellen Page Has Been Outed - The Blemish
Google News - over 5 years
Like with fellow actors Ben Foster, Mark Rendall or Slim Twig or her female lovers Drew Barrymore and Clea Du Vall. (Note: I haven't included non-famous people. No need to drag them into the mess.) Some or many people might criticize me for exposing
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Movies on TV, Today & Tonight - Regina Leader-Post
Google News - over 5 years
(102) Victoria Day Mark Rendall. Over a week in 1988 a 16 year old is jolted into adulthood. (1 hr.30 mins.) (166) >>> A Passage to Ottawa Nabil Mehta. A boy looks for a superhero who can save his dying mother. (1 hr.35 mins
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Film "Interrogation of Michael Crowe (The)": Brutalité policière! - VOIR.CA
Google News - over 5 years
C'est aussi des acteurs honnêtes mais qui, pour ce genre de rôle (en particulier Mark Rendall qui interprète le rôle de Michael), s'en tirent quand même bien. Donc c'est un téléfilm, avec tous les avantages et inconvénients de ce genre
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'THE EXPLODING GIRL'; Treading Softly Around A Minefield of Emotions
NYTimes - almost 7 years
Ivy (Zoe Kazan), present in virtually every frame of ''The Exploding Girl,'' Bradley Rust Gray's sweet and tentative new film, is home from college for the summer, back in a New York suffused with leafy green in the daytime and red neon at night. Her life is fairly uneventful -- she hangs out, works with some children, talks on her cellphone, goes
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'MY ONE AND ONLY'; Hitting the Highway To Find a New Husband
NYTimes - over 7 years
In ''My One and Only,'' a good-natured screwball road film set in 1953, Renée Zellweger plays Ann Devereaux, a fading Southern belle who drags along her two teenage boys on a nationwide husband-hunting expedition. Crinkling her eyes, smiling coyly and perambulating with seductive flounces, Ann could be a cousin of Blanche DuBois. She belongs to a
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Independently Intimate Directors
NYTimes - almost 8 years
ARTISTIC and romantic partnerships are tricky things, susceptible to envy, one-upmanship and other dysfunctions, but Bradley Rust Gray and So Yong Kim, New York-based independent filmmakers who have been married for 10 years, have hit on a working method that is both equitable and harmonious. Each is a director with two movies apiece so far, and
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Multinational Forces at the Berlin Film Festival
NYTimes - about 8 years
The unofficial theme of this year's Berlin International Film Festival was hard to miss, and not just because it was spelled out in the title of the opening-night movie, ''The International.'' A Hollywood action spectacle by the German director Tom Tykwer, this tricked-up tale of a worldwide financial conspiracy has a whiff of accidental
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'CHARLIE BARTLETT'; High School's the Same; The Drugs Have Changed
NYTimes - almost 9 years
Ever since he played a forlorn 11-year-old boy in the insufferable 2001 tear-jerker ''Hearts in Atlantis,'' the Russian-born actor Anton Yelchin has seemed destined to step into the shoes of Hollywood's favorite quiz kid, Matthew Broderick. And in the precociously articulate title character of ''Charlie Bartlett,'' he may have found a contemporary
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'SILK'; To Japan And Back For Eggs
NYTimes - over 9 years
''Silk'' is the latest casualty in a line of films with a David Lean glint in their eye that aspire to elevated popular art but that come across as kitsch. In the tradition of movies like ''Snow Falling on Cedars,'' the film, directed by François Girard, confuses pretty scenery doused in ponderous music with epic visual poetry. Impenetrable
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WHAT'S ON TONIGHT
NYTimes - almost 12 years
8 P.M. (ABC) LOST ''The Greater Good.'' Now that Boone is dead (thereby uncomplicating his sister's future love life), the whole castaway community is on edge. Except Claire (Emilie de Ravin, left, with Naveen Andrews) and Charlie (Dominic Monaghan), who are trying to deal with her newborn. Which may be a very special baby. 8 P.M. (MTV) I'M STILL
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FOR YOUNG VIEWERS; Escaping Into Reality
NYTimes - over 15 years
The 12-year-old skeptic Bastian Bux (played by Mark Rendall, above) learns to dream again, guided by the spirit of his dead mother, in ''Tales From the Neverending Story,'' a Hallmark Channel series to have its premiere on Saturday at noon. Based on the novel by Michael Ende, ''Tales'' turns the pages of a leather-bound book that, once opened,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Rendall
    TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 20
    In 2009, he starred in the films, Victoria Day, directed by David Bezmozgis and The Exploding Girl, directed by Bradley Rust Gray.
    More Details Hide Details After Justin Bradley ended voicing Arthur, Rendall took his place for three seasons. He also dubbed over Bradley's voice for reruns of Season 6.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2005
    Age 16
    In 2005, he voiced the 14-year-old Jester character of the New Zealand CGI animated show Jane and the Dragon.
    More Details Hide Details He has also provided voices for other animated shows, for example King, Time Warp Trio, and Wayside.
  • 2003
    Age 14
    In 2003, he voiced Noodle in the children's show The Save-Ums.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1988
    Born
    Born on October 21, 1988.
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