Mark is a partner in West Bank Cafe which is located in Manhattan.
Mark's first film role after a decade of working on television was "Noises Off".
Mark has read on many audio books including "Marc Brown's Arthur Chapter Books".
In 2000, Mark received an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Solo Performance in "Chesapeake".
In 1998, Mark won the Drama League Award for Outstanding Artist for the play, "A Flea in Her Ear".
Mark has a daughter named Ruby.
During the 80s, Mark appeared in several Peter Pan Peanut Butter commercials.
Mark's TV directing debut was on the sitcom "Family Matters".
Mark attended Yale at the same time as his wife, working together on productions but they did not begin dating until 1993.
Mark made his TV movie debut in "The Ghost Writer".
In 1999, Mark starred in the one-man off-Broadway show "Chesapeake".
While attending Yale, Mark performed a solo mime show.
Mark is a co-founder of the New York production company, True Pictures.
Mark made his episodic TV debut in the detective pilot, "O'Malley."
Mark is a co-founding director of the New York Stage and Film Company.
Mark made his Broadway debut in the musical "Doonesbury".
Mark made his NY stage debut in a New York Shakespeare Festival production of "All's Well That Ends Well" playing the character of Bertram
Mark worked for three seasons with the Yale Repertory Theater.
Mark is married to set designer Adrianne Lobel.
Mark made his film debut in Woody Allen's "Manhattan".
Linn is a name made up by his father in honor of Leonid Tolstoy.
Mark Linn Baker: (Talking about the play, "Frog and Toad") I am surprised when anything moves. Whenever you work on a show, all you can do is the best work you know how to do. You hope that it will be received well and you hope, if it is received well, it will have a further life. The best place you can wind up doing a theater piece is in a Broadway house, so I am thrilled that we made it. The hope is always that is where you go down the line and it just rarely actually happens.