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Mark Jones (born January 17, 1953 in Los Angeles) is an American screenwriter, film director, television director, film producer, and television producer. He is notable for his work on the Leprechaun horror franchise and numerous television series such as The A-Team and The Highwayman. Jones also wrote and directed the 2007 film Triloquist.

Mark Jones
Born
Mark Robert Jones

(1953-01-17) January 17, 1953 (age 66)
OccupationWriter • Director • Producer • Actor
Years active1976-present
Known forfilm • television
Notable work
Leprechaun (film series)

Contents

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

as WriterEdit

Year Title Notes
1993 Leprechaun
1994 Leprechaun 2 based upon characters created by
1995 Leprechaun 3 Direct-to-Video
based upon characters created by
1995 Rumpelstiltskin
1996 Leprechaun 4: In Space Direct-to-Video
based upon characters created by
2000 Leprechaun in the Hood Direct-to-Video
based upon characters created by
2003 Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood Direct-to-Video
based upon characters created by
2008 Triloquist
2013 Scorned

as DirectorEdit

Year Title Notes
1993 Leprechaun
1995 Rumpelstiltskin
2004 Quiet Kill
2008 Triloquist
2013 Scorned

as ProducerEdit

Year Title Notes
1994 Leprechaun 2 Co-Producer
2008 Triloquist

as ActorEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Triloquist Goofy Guy
2013 Scorned Cop Holding Bootsie

TelevisionEdit

as WriterEdit

Year Title Network Notes
1976 Ark II CBS Episode: "The Tank" (story by – teleplay)
1977 The Skatebirds CBS unknown episodes (story by)
1977 Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels ABC unknown episodes
1977 The All-New Super Friends Hour ABC 2 episodes
– "Forbidden Power/Pressure Point/The Lion Men/The Day of the Rats" (1977)
– "Man-Beasts of XRA/Prejudice/Tiny World of Terror/Tibetan Raiders" (1977)
1977 What's New, Mr. Magoo? CBS 16 episodes
1978 Scooby's Laff-A Lympics ABC unknown episodes (story by)
1978 Yogi's Space Race NBC unknown episodes (story by)
1978 The All-New Popeye Hour CBS unknown episodes (story by)
1978 Fangface ABC Episode: "A Heap of Trouble"
1978 Buford and the Galloping Ghost NBC unknown episodes (story by)
1978 Dinky Dog CBS 16 episodes
1979 The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show ABC unknown episodes (story by)
1981 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo ABC unknown episodes (story by)
1980–1981 The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo NBC 10 episodes
1981 Heathcliff ABC unknown episodes (story by)
1981–1982 The Fall Guy ABC 3 episodes
– "That's Right, We're Bad" (1981)
– "Ready, Aim...Die!" (1982)
– "Mighty Myron" (1982)
1982 The Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Puppy Hour ABC unknown episodes (story by)
1983 The Powers of Matthew Star NBC Episode: "The Road Rebels"
1983 The Puppy's Further Adventures ABC unknown episodes
1983 Mister T NBC Episode: "Mystery of the Golden Medallion"
1983 Saturday Supercade CBS Episode: "The Incredible Shrinking Ape"
1983–1984 The Rousters NBC 4 episodes
– "Finders Keepers"
– "Never Trust a Crystal Ball"
– "Snake Eyes"
– "This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Twelve of Us"
1983 Rubik, the Amazing Cube ABC Episode: "Honolulu Rubik"
1984 Riptide NBC 9 episodes (story editor)
3 episodes (written by)
– "Hatchet Job"
– "The Hardcase"
– "Raiders of the Lost Sub"
1984 Turbo Teen ABC Episode: "Turbo Thieves"
1984–1985 The A-Team NBC 24 episodes (story editor)
8 episodes (written by)
– "Bullets and Bikinis" (1984)
– "Trouble on Wheels" (1984)
– "The Island" (1984)
– "Sheriffs of Rivertown" (1984)
– "Breakout!" (1984)
– "Skins" (1985)
– "Moving Targets" (1985)
– "Incident at Crystal Lake" (1985)
1985 Hunter NBC 2 episodes
– "The Shooter"
– "Guilty"
1985 Misfits of Science NBC Episode: "Lost Link"
1987 A.L.F. NBC Episode: "Two for the Brig"
1987 Wereworlf FOX 2 episodes
– "The Boy Who Cried Werewolf"
– "The Unicorn"
1988 The Highwayman NBC Episode: "Summer of '45"
1988 Police Academy: The Series Syndicated Episode: "Cops and Robots"
1988 The Road Raiders unknown Television Movie (teleplay)
1989–1990 Superboy Syndicated 4 episodes
– "Nightmare Island" (1989)
– "Bizarro... the Thing of Steel" (1989)
– "The Battle with Bizarro" (1989)
– "Nick Knack" (1990)
1991 James Bond Jr. Syndicated 2 episodes
– "A Chilling Affair"
– "Monument to S.C.U.M."
1993 Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa ABC 3 episodes (teleplay)
– "The Cacklin' Kid"
– "Billy the Kidder"
– "The Wild, Wild Pest"
1994–1995 Mega Man Syndicated 2 episodes
– "The Beginning" (1994)
– "Brain Bots" (1995)
1995 Skysurfer Strike Force Syndicated 3 episodes
– "City of Terror"
– "Alien Attack"
– "The Ancient City"
1997 NightMan unknown Television Movie
1998 NightMan Syndicated Episode: "Nightwoman"

as ProducerEdit

Year Title Network Notes
1983 The Puppy's Further Adventures ABC series Producer
1983 Rubik, the Amazing Cube ABC Episode: "Super Power Lisa"
1985–1986 Knight Rider NBC Co-Producer (3 episodes)
– "Knight of the Juggernaut" (1985)
– "Burial Ground" (1985)
– "Out of the Woods" (1986)
1987 The Highwayman unknown series Producer
1994 High Tide Syndicated series Co-Producer
2016 Nature Discovery Channel Documentary
Episode: "Natural Born Hustlers: The Hunger Hustlers"

as DirectorEdit

Year Title Network Notes
1994 Joe Bob's Drive-In Theatre unknown Episode: "04.23.1994" (archive footage)
1997 NightMan unknown Television Movie
1998 NightMan Syndicated 2 episodes
– "Do You Believe in Magic?"
– "House of Soul"
2016 Nature Discovery Channel Documentary
Episode: "Natural Born Hustlers: The Hunger Hustlers"

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