|Years active 1983–present|
Role Film director
|Name Mark Rosman|
|Occupation Film director, film producer, television director, screenwriter|
Education New York University, University of California, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills High School
Movies A Cinderella Story, The Perfect Man, The House on Sorority Row, Life‑Size, Sorority Row
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Mark Rosman (born 1959) is an American film director, film producer, television director and screenwriter.
Rosman is the son of a Beverly Hills dermatologist. He has a brother, a lawyer, and a sister. After graduating from Beverly Hills High School, Rosman went to UCLA but left after two years when he wasn't accepted into the film program there. Rosman was accepted into New York University's film program, where he graduated.
During his senior year at NYU, he worked as a voluntary assistant director on Brian De Palma's Home Movies.
Rosman launched his career with The House on Sorority Row. In 1985, Rosman had just finished the Disney Channel film The Blue Yonder and was set to work on Spot Marks the X when the Writers Guild went on strike. In 1992, he wrote the script for the thriller Evolver and directed The Force. In 1996, Rosman directed The Invader.
In 1998, Rosman cowrote the script for and directed The Wonderful World of Disney film Life-Size, which led to directing the television movie Model Behavior. Rosman then went to work on a number of television shows, but all of them were eventually canceled. He then directed 2004's A Cinderella Story and 2005's The Perfect Man, both films starring Hilary Duff.
Rosman has also worked in episodic television, directing episodes of Lizzie McGuire (his first time working with Hilary Duff), Even Stevens, Ghost Whisperer, The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents, State of Grace and Greek.