Photos with Mark Sellers
Handsome and agile dancer Mark Sellers hails from Missouri. Mark started out as part of a dance team with his sister Laura; the sibling duo won awards for their appearances on the TV shows "American Bandstand" and "Star Search." Sellers joined the cast of the enormously popular music variety TV series "Solid Gold" as a regular featured dancer in 1984 and remained on the show until the end of the 1986 season. Along with fellow dancer Cooley Jackson, Mark used breakdance moves on "Solid Gold" and thus introduced this funky street style of dancing to a mass audience. Read more... the music videos for Michael Jackson's "Thriller" (as one of the dancing graveyard zombies), Lionel Richie's "All Night Long," Samantha Fox's "I Wanna Have Some Fun," and Marty Ballin's "Born to Be a Winner." Moreover, Mark made guest appearances on episodes of the TV shows "Benson" and "Married with Children." In addition, Sellers has acting roles in the movies "Body Rock," "Out of These Rooms," "Alterations," and "Exodus Fall." He pops up as a dancer in the TV special "A Christmas to Remember," the lowbrow comedy "Gimme an 'F'," and the 1986 Miss Teen USA beauty pageant. Mark worked as a choreographer on the film "8 Seconds." In 1995 Sellers won third place in an amateur country singer's talent contest. Mark now works as a dancing instructor in California and pursues a singing career on the side.