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Mark Salling

Full / Real Name: Mark Wayne Salling
Born: 17 August 1982 (39 years old)
Gender: Male

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Mark Salling is an American actor and singer best known for his leading role as Puck in the musical dramedy series Glee.

A guitar player and songwriter, Salling has performed and recorded with several different artists. He also recently released his debut album, "Jericho," on which he provided all of the instrumental and vocal tracks.

He continues to write and record new material for upcoming records.

Salling is from Dallas and currently lives in Los Angeles.









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