November 16

Mark Ellis

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Mark Ellis

Mark Ellis is a comedian, actor and host you’ve probably seen on tv, heard on the radio or at least clicked on the internet.

A stand-up that has played to sold-out shows all over the world and on television, Mark also has a monstrous online following as the co-host of Schmoes Know, his movie show that has 300K subscribers and over 100 million views on YouTube. Mark was recently mentioned in The Hollywood Reporter when it was announced that he was the new daily host of the popular talk show Movie Talk, the flagship show of Collider Video. The YouTube channel has nearly 500k subscribers and his show averages almost 100k views a day. Movie Talkhas also become a hugely successful podcast that regularly charts in the Top 10 of the TV/Film category. The co-creator of the Movie Trivia Schmoedown, Mark and his Schmoes buddy Kristian Harloff have created the perfect marriage of movie trivia competition with WWE sports-entertainment flair...the show pits celebrities and internet personalities against each other in an exciting winner-take-all format that has become an online sensation. A rabid fanbase has made the Movie Trivia Schmoedown the most popular program of its kind and has spawned a live show capable of selling out theaters. Mark’s acting has been showcased in film, television and numerous national commercials; he regularly appears as a commentator on Spike, MTV, VH1, E!, Reelz and network programs as well. In addition to his weekly Schmoes Know Live podcast, Mark also makes regular appearances on the Heidi, Frank & Frosty LA morning show, The Adam Carolla Podcast, The IceHouse Chronicles and Doug Loves Movies. A staple at conventions like Comic-Con, festivals such as South By Southwest and comedy clubs across the nation, Mark Ellis recently released his debut comedy album Get to the Castle to a Top 5 showing on iTunes Comedy…he currently lives in Los Angeles, does not play second base for the Dodgers and is considering hiring a maid.
11/16/2019 10:00 PM

Door Time: 9:30 PM

Other Showtimes

Spike, MTV, VH1, E!, Reelz, Doug Love Movies


2 item (food/beverage) minimum

Doors close 30 minutes after showtime.

Tickets are available at the door UNLESS tickets have sold out.

21+ for late shows. 18+ for early shows

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.

Mark Ellis is a comedian, actor and host you’ve probably seen on tv, heard on the radio or at least clicked on the internet.

A stand-up that has played to sold-out shows all over the world and on television, Mark also has a monstrous online following as the co-host of Schmoes Know, his movie show that has 300K subscribers and over 100 million views on YouTube. Mark was recently mentioned in The Hollywood Reporter when it was announced that he was the new daily host of the popular talk show Movie Talk, the flagship show of Collider Video. The YouTube channel has nearly 500k subscribers and his show averages almost 100k views a day. Movie Talkhas also become a hugely successful podcast that regularly charts in the Top 10 of the TV/Film category. The co-creator of the Movie Trivia Schmoedown, Mark and his Schmoes buddy Kristian Harloff have created the perfect marriage of movie trivia competition with WWE sports-entertainment flair...the show pits celebrities and internet personalities against each other in an exciting winner-take-all format that has become an online sensation. A rabid fanbase has made the Movie Trivia Schmoedown the most popular program of its kind and has spawned a live show capable of selling out theaters. Mark’s acting has been showcased in film, television and numerous national commercials; he regularly appears as a commentator on Spike, MTV, VH1, E!, Reelz and network programs as well. In addition to his weekly Schmoes Know Live podcast, Mark also makes regular appearances on the Heidi, Frank & Frosty LA morning show, The Adam Carolla Podcast, The IceHouse Chronicles and Doug Loves Movies. A staple at conventions like Comic-Con, festivals such as South By Southwest and comedy clubs across the nation, Mark Ellis recently released his debut comedy album Get to the Castle to a Top 5 showing on iTunes Comedy…he currently lives in Los Angeles, does not play second base for the Dodgers and is considering hiring a maid.