As President and Chief Content Officer, Film & Television, Mark leads eOne’s creative units around the world. Well-known for his producer and creator-friendly philosophy, Mark is focused on providing producers, writers, directors and actors the opportunity to tell great stories and be financially rewarded for their work.
An award-winning producer with more than 100 motion picture and television projects to his credit, Mark partnered with eOne in 2015 to create an independent television and film studio before taking on leadership of eOne’s creative teams.
Mark’s credits include Murder on the Orient Express; the Golden Globe® and Academy Award® nominated Molly’s Game; Steve Jobs, written by Academy Award winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and directed by Academy Award winning director Danny Boyle; Saving Private Ryan, earning him Academy Award and BAFTA nominations, as well as a Golden Globe win for Best Picture; The Day After Tomorrow; Speed; Source Code; The Messenger and The Patriot as well as television series Designated Survivor; Grey’s Anatomy; Criminal Minds; Ray Donovan; and Quantico, among others.
At A Glance
- In 2015, Mark was honored by the Producers Guild of America with the Norman Lear Award for Achievement in Television.
- Mark is a Golden Globe winner, a five-time Emmy nominee and a two-time Emmy winner.
- A devoted philanthropist and champion of public education, Mark is the founder of Citizens of the World Charter Schools (CWC), which serves 1,400 students across five schools in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, New York.
- In 2015, The Mark Gordon Company partnered with eOne to create an independent television and film studio. Mark served as CEO for the company, which both financed and produced premium content by Mark as well as other producers.