Mark Hauser was born on October 14, 1961 in Bay City, Michigan. Mark’s father was a car salesman. His mother’s work was as a radiologist. Mark has an older brother named Michael, and he also has a sister named Linda. His childhood was spent in Bay City, until the family moved to the neighboring city of Saginaw. As Mark Hauser developed into a young boy, he had two hobbies which were reading and acting. A little later, Mark found out about stage acting and voice work and decided to pursue this hobby. Mark graduated from Bay City Western High School in 1979.
During his high school years, Mark was involved in the yearbook, drama club, choir, football team, and was part of the mock trial team. He attended Saginaw Valley State University from 1979 to 1982. Hauser began his career in 1995 after a successful audition for an undisclosed Fox project. Though Hauser was hired and began work on the series, he was ultimately released from the project. After a brief absence, he returned to the studio where he met Don Hall, with whom he collaborated to produce the short film, “Santa’s List.”
In the early 2000s, Hauser had small roles in the “Simpsons” spinoff, “King of the Hill.” After several smaller projects, Hauser signed on with GSN for a few series episodes, before being promoted to series regular in 2004. The most recent project on which Hauser appeared is the 2005 series “The Big Bang Theory. Marlon William Hauser was born to Mark Hauser and Deanna Hauser on July 19, 1962 in Detroit, Michigan.
Mark William Hauser went to school for theatre and graduated from Pontiac High School in 1980. Hauser has stated that he fell into voice acting during his post-secondary studies. During that time, he completed his studies at the Edward Greenfield Institute for Voice and Speech in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Mark Hauser moved to Los Angeles, California in 1990 and worked as a lighting designer and assisted in the building of a recording studio. He then went on to gain work with Main Street Productions.