Dana Klein (m. 2005)
| June 8, 1971 (age 44) (1971-06-08) New York City, New York, U.S.|
Los Angeles, California
Lila Jane Feuerstein, Addie Feuerstein, Frisco Jones Feuerstein
Audrey Feuerstein, Harvey Feuerstein
Royal Pains, In Her Shoes, Knucklehead, What Women Want, Woman on Top
Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty, Dana Klein, Reed Morano, Curtis Hanson
Mark Feuerstein Wikipedia
Mark Feuerstein (; born June 8, 1971) is an American actor, who is best known for his main role as Dr. Henry "Hank" Lawson in USA Network's series Royal Pains. He co-starred as Jacob Anton Ness in the reboot of Fox's Prison Break.
Feuerstein got his break-through on television as a recurring character on the daytime soap opera Loving. When director Nancy Meyers was casting What Women Want, her daughter recognized Feuerstein from Practical Magic (1998), and insisted that her mother cast him. Feuerstein reunited as a love interest with Practical Magic co-star, Sandra Bullock, in the film Two Weeks Notice, but his scenes were later deleted.
He was named one of People magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2003.
Feuerstein starred in the lead role on the USA Network television show Royal Pains.
In January 2009 Feuerstein began appearing in the web series The Hustler on Crackle.
He has appeared as the super guest host of the June 14, 2010 edition of WWE Raw to promote the Royal Pains episode "Keeping the Faith". He was joined by Big Show, who teamed with him to defeat the tag team of Ted DiBiase, Jr. and Virgil. During the match he performed a variant of Scotty 2 Hotty's Worm on a prone Virgil to claim the win.
In spring 2017, Feuerstein appears as rogue CIA operative Jacob Ness in the Fox reboot of its original hit series Prison Break. Ness is now married to Sara Tancredi-Scofield and stepfather to Mike, her young son with her long-presumed-dead husband Michael Scofield. Originally titled Prison Break: Resurrection and intended as only a limited series, when the executive producers saw the enormous results with Fox's The X-Files reboot, the name was changed back to the original, and the production was termed a nine-episode "fifth season" instead--with the hopes that a successful run will spur a continuation of the series in possibly a similar "event" format.
Feuerstein was born in New York City, the son of Audrey, a school teacher, and Harvey Feuerstein, a lawyer. He was raised in a Jewish family and celebrated his Bar Mitzvah in an Orthodox synagogue. He was a wrestler in high school and won the state championship. Feuerstein attended The Dalton School, and graduated from Princeton University in 1993. He won a Fulbright scholarship and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and at L'École Phillipe Gaulier in France.
He married TV writer Dana Klein in 2005. They live in Los Angeles and have three children: Lila, Frisco, and Addie.