In 2002, Mark was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor for his appearance in the 2001 film, Le Pacte de Loups.
In the movie Junior Pilot, starring Mark Dacascos, both his wife Julie and his son Makoa appear in minor roles.
Mark is from Honolulu, Hawaii.
Mark's mother, Moriko McVey, is of Irish and Japanese decent.
Mark's son is named Makoalani Charles Dacascos.
Mark is a stuntman as well as an actor.
Three of Mark's films were released direct to video.
Four of Mark's films were made for TV.
Mark has made 7 TV appearances as himself.
Mark has appeared in 33 films.
Mark is a world renowned martial artist.
Mark has won the following martial arts competitions:
1982: European Kung Fu and Karate Championships - First Place - Lightweight - Brown Belt Division
1982: Italian Kung Fu and Karate Championships - First Place - Lightweight - Brown Belt Division
1982: Hamburg Karate Championships - First Place - Junior Division
1980: Long Beach Internationals - First Place - Brown Belt Division - Forms
1973: Long Beach Internationals - First Place - Pee Wee
Mark and his wife, Julie Condra, have two sons.
Mark starred in the television adaptation of the James O'Barr comic, The Crow. The television series is entitled The Crow: Stairway to Heaven.
Mark has appeared on the Iron Chef America television show twice as the chairman.
Mark was the stunt coordinator for the 1995 film Kickboxer 5.
Al Dacascos, Mark's father, is a martial arts instructor.
Mark's son was born on December 31, 2000 in Oahu.
Mark's father is of Filipino, Spanish, and Chinese decent.
Mark was considered for the role of Bruce Lee in the film entitled Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story.
Mark is 5' 9" tall.
Mark married Julie Condra on January 5, 1998.
Mark only drinks water and tea.