Known for movies

Short Info

Net Worth2 billion USD
Date Of BirthDecember 13, 1916
DiedSeptember 15, 1994, Spain
SpouseAnnelle Hayes
FactKaren Burroughs Hannsberry has a short biography of him in her book "Bad Boys: The Actors of Film Noir".

Mark Stevens is an American businessman and venture capitalist. He is a co-founder of S-Cubed Capital, a venture capital firm, and a former partner at Sequoia Capital.

Stevens was born in New York City and raised in New Jersey. He graduated from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in economics.

Stevens began his career as a salesperson at IBM. He later joined the venture capital firm Sequoia Capital, where he was a partner for more than 20 years.

In 2006, Stevens co-founded S-Cubed Capital, a venture capital firm. He is also a board member of several companies, including Zoosk, Blue Nile, and OpenTable.

As of 2020, Mark Stevens’ net worth is estimated to be $2.3 billion.

General Info

Full NameMark Stevens
Net Worth2 billion USD
Date Of BirthDecember 13, 1916
DiedSeptember 15, 1994, Spain
Weight88 kg
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Film director, Actor, Television Director
EducationUniversity of Southern California, Harvard University, Harvard Business School


SpouseAnnelle Hayes
ChildrenMark Richard Stevens, Arrelle Stevens


NominationsNational Book Critics Circle Award for Biography
MoviesThe Dark Corner, The Snake Pit, The Street with No Name, Cry Vengeance, Time Table, Oh, You Beautiful Doll, Objective, Burma!, Gun Fever, Frozen Alive, Please Believe Me, I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, Between Midnight and Dawn, Gunsight Ridge, September Storm, Torpedo Alley, From This Day Forward,...
TV ShowsBig Town, News Gal, Martin Kane, Private Eye

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1Karen Burroughs Hannsberry has a short biography of him in her book "Bad Boys: The Actors of Film Noir".
2Honored with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, located at 6637 Hollywood Blvd.
3Romantically involved for a time with actress Hedy Lamarr.
4Met wife Annelle Hayes while she was out testing for movies. They had two children, Mark Richard and Arrelle.
5Became a contract player for Warners at $100 a week in 1943 but they changed his looks and his stage name. They darkened and straightened his curly ginger-colored hair and covered his freckles. At first he was billed as Stephen Richards, later changed it to Mark Stevens at the suggestion of Darryl F. Zanuck when he switched to 20th Century-Fox.
6Once prepared for training for the Canadian Olympic Diving Team but seriously hurt his back on the high springboard. This injury later kept him out of the Army and resulted in an operation.
7An instinctive rebellious nature had him kicked out of every school he ever attended, public or private.




The Law and Harry McGraw1987TV Series
Magnum, P.I.1987TV SeriesDennis Parker
Scarecrow and Mrs. King1987TV SeriesSidney Rollins
Simon & Simon1987TV SeriesArchie Dentman
Murder, She Wrote1986TV SeriesNick Brody
The Eddie Capra Mysteries1978TV SeriesBallinger
S.W.A.T.1976TV SeriesJohn Haskins
Bronk1975TV Series
Police Story1975TV SeriesHarry
Kojak1975TV SeriesManny Steiner
La furia del Hombre Lobo1972Bill Williams (uncredited)
¿Es usted mi padre?1971Sebastián
La Lola, dicen que no vive sola1970
España otra vez1969Dr. David Foster
Cry for Poor Wally1969Gaylord Blue - Radio DJ
Go with God, Gringo1966Smith
Jessy Does Not Forgive... He Kills!1965Sheriff Jess Kinley
Frozen Alive1964Dr. Frank Overton
Fate Is the Hunter1964Mickey Doolan
Escape from Hell Island1963Capt. James
Rawhide1962TV SeriesJohn Shepard
Bus Stop1962TV SeriesKevin Brooke
September Storm1960Joe Balfour
Overland Trail1960TV SeriesWade
Our American Heritage1959TV SeriesCallender Irvine
Sunday Showcase1959TV Series
Gunsmoke in Tucson1958Jedediah (Chip) Coburn
The Loretta Young Show1957-1958TV SeriesSam Hart / Joe Navotnick
Decision1958TV SeriesMichael Shayne
Zane Grey Theater1957-1958TV SeriesCort McConnell / Capt. John Hunter
Gun Fever1958Luke Rand
Jane Wyman Presents The Fireside Theatre1957TV SeriesTom Hubbard
Studio 571957TV SeriesArt Sears / Philip Cunningham
Wagon Train1957TV SeriesColonel Nels Stack
News Gal1957TV Series
Gunsight Ridge1957Velvet Clark
Schlitz Playhouse1952-1957TV SeriesArt Sears / Philip Cunningham / Abraham Lincoln / ...
Big Town1954-1956TV SeriesSteve Wilson
Time Table1956Charlie Norman
Celebrity Playhouse1955TV SeriesMonte Clovis
Lux Video Theatre1954-1955TV SeriesIntermission Guest / Lux Video Theatre Guest
Cry Vengeance1954Vic Barron
Martin Kane1953-1954TV SeriesMartin Kane
The Ford Television Theatre1952-1953TV SeriesLuke Talbot / Bill
Jack Slade1953Jack Slade
General Electric Theater1953TV Series
Footlights Theater1953TV Series
Torpedo Alley1952Lt. Bob Bingham
Hollywood Opening Night1952TV Series
The Big Frame1952Paul Smith
Mutiny1952Capt. James Marshall
Reunion in Reno1951Norman Drake
Little Egypt1951Wayne Cravat
Katie Did It1951Peter Van Arden
Target Unknown1951Capt. Jerome 'Steve' Stevens
Between Midnight and Dawn1950Officer Rocky Barnes
Please Believe Me1950Matthew Kinston
Dancing in the Dark1949Bill Davis
Oh, You Beautiful Doll1949Larry Kelly
Sand1949Jeff Keane
Your Show Time1949TV Series
The Snake Pit1948Robert Cunningham
The Street with No Name1948Gene Cordell George Manly
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now1947Joseph E. Howard
The Dark Corner1946Bradford Galt
From This Day Forward1946Bill Cummings
Pride of the Marines1945Ainslee (as Stephen Richards)
Within These Walls1945Steve Purcell
Rhapsody in Blue1945Steve (uncredited)
The Horn Blows at Midnight1945Angel (scenes deleted, as Steve Richards)
God Is My Co-Pilot1945Sgt. Baldridge (as Stephen Richards)
Objective, Burma!1945Lt. Barker (as Stephen Richards)
Hollywood Canteen1944Soldier on Deck (uncredited)
The Doughgirls1944Lt. Harry Kerry (uncredited)
Roaring Guns1944ShortLance Ferris (as Stephen Richards)
Passage to Marseille1944Lt. Hastings (uncredited)
Destination Tokyo1943Admiral's Aide (uncredited)
Food and Magic1943Documentary shortGrimy Soldier (uncredited)


Jessy Does Not Forgive... He Kills!1965
Escape from Hell Island1963
Zane Grey Theater1960TV Series 1 episode
Decision1958TV Series 1 episode
Wagon Train1957-1958TV Series 8 episodes
Gun Fever1958
Studio 571957TV Series 1 episode
The Loretta Young Show1957TV Series 1 episode
Schlitz Playhouse1957TV Series 1 episode
Big Town1955-1956TV Series 41 episodes
Time Table1956
Cry Vengeance1954


Decision1958TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Big Town1955-1956TV Series producer - 40 episodes
Time Table1956producer


Jessy Does Not Forgive... He Kills!1965
Gun Fever1958written by
Big Town1955TV Series 1 episode


Oh, You Beautiful Doll1949performer: "Come Josephine in My Flying Machine", "I Want You to Want Me", "When I Get You Alone Tonight", "Peg o' My Heart", "There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway"
I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now1947performer: "Honeymoon", "Be Sweet to Me Kid", "In the Sweet Bye and Bye", "Good Bye, My Lady Love", "What's the Use of Dreaming" - uncredited
Rhapsody in Blue1945performer: "Love Walked In" - uncredited


The Gisele MacKenzie Show1958TV SeriesHimself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1956TV SeriesHimself
Schlitz Playhouse1953TV SeriesHimself - Host / Steve Dexter

Archive Footage

Hollywood contra Franco2008DocumentaryDr. David Foster
Frontier Justice1958TV SeriesCaptain Hunter


Won Awards

1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6637 Hollywood Blvd.

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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