Mark Scholl is a full time composer having written for both games and television since the early 90's and has been a member of ASCAP since 1997.
Mark is a senior in-house lead composer for Ignite Studios where he has scored over 150 games to date over the past 14 years.
He has written hundreds of cues for dozens of International Music licensing companies over the past 25 years. Mark has had placements on shows such as The Amazing Race, Saturday Night Live, Dancing With The Stars, Alien Encounters, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Archer, Cities of The Underworld, Homicide Hunter, I Almost Got Away With It, to name a few.
Mark also created sound effects that were used in a Disney Trailer for the Prince of Persia, and a huge promotional campaign on CBS advertising all of its upcoming fall season.
For over four years, Mark was a part of a Daytime Emmy Award winning team of composers scoring the daytime drama The Guiding Light on CBS.
Mark has also written for several animated commercials and a series of infomercials.
Prior and concurrent to his composition career, Mark was a full time touring musician, most notably playing drums for mutliple consequtive World tours over the course of 11 years with International Pop Superstar Barry Manilow. Touring 14 countries numerous times including over 1,200 shows in Arenas and Amphitheaters. They also performed multiple times on the major Network shows such as the Tonight Show, Today Show, Good Morning America, A&E Live By Request among many others.
Mark also toured with Andrew Loyyd Webber's Broadway hit 'The Music of The Night'! In addition to being a featured peformer with two Symphony Orchestras, Big Bands & Funk Bands, Theatrical Productions, he also Music Directing and played drums for Kimberly Locke from American Idol on her first American Tour. He also wrote and produced for his own jazz/funk band called 'The Screaming Tigers' featuring an All-Star Los Angeles horn section. The band recorded a CD and performed at the famed 'Baked Potato' in Universal City.
Mark and his wife Robbi met in Los Angeles and have been married for over 19 years. They have also parented a total of 10 beautiful large and giant dogs in that time on their ranch in Northern Nevada. Together they formed Screaming Tigers Music, Inc. in 1999.
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