Mark cites the following bands as his musical influences: The Strokes, Phantom Planet, Dr. Dog, George Harrison, ABBA, Donovan, Herman's Hermits, Bob Dylan, Of Montreal, Cake, Lovin' Spoonful, The White Stripes, The Zutons, The Coral, CCR, Beck, Franz Ferdinand, Oasis, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, David Bowie, The Shins, Tommy James and the Shondells, Queen, Hot Hot Heat, and The Beatles.
Mark appeared in Noggin's A Walk In Your Shoes in 2000, where he switches places with a girl named Brianna who works at a cattle ranch in Montana. He was the host of Noggin's A Walk In Your Shoes reunion special the following year.
Mark is of Eastern European descent.
Mark got the lead role in his high school film project, Passing Moments. The film was released on May 24, 2003, in the Los Angeles area only.
Mark attended George Ellery Hale Middle School.
Mark's height is 5'11".
Mark was the president of his high school club called Comedy Sportz League. He also participated in the Thespian Club and drama class while in high school.
Mark attended a "Kids 4 Kids" event in December 2001, held in the Westside Pavilion Shopping Center in Los Angeles.
Mark attended an event for camp Ronald McDonald at Warner Bros. Ranch Studios in Burbank on December 9, 2000.
Mark attended Pomelo Drive Elementary School.
Mark attended El Camino Real High from 1999 to 2003.
Mark once won first place at a Shakespeare Festival Competition.
Mark has one older sister, named Deanna M. Saul. She is a costume designer.
Mark has appeared in Expedia.com, Visa Buxx, Mello Yello, and Kraft's Easy Mac commercials.
Mark has a band called Another Man's Trash, which won the grand prize for VH1's Battle of the Bands sponsored by the movie School of Rock. Mark is the lead singer and guitarist in his band.
Mark's favorite sport is basketball.
His favorite drink is Coca-Cola.
His favorite fast food restaurant is Subway.
His favorite candy are gummy worms and Snickers.