Mark Feuerstein is an American actor best known for his television roles as Jake Silver in Good Morning, Miami (2002-2004) and as Dr. Hank Lawson in Royal Pains (since 2009); as well as for his role in the 2000 feature film What Women Want.
He played Isaac Malbin in Ed Zwick's World War II epic Defiance with Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber. In 2005 he appeared as Simon Stein in Curtis Hanson's In Her Shoes with Toni Collette, Cameron Diaz and Shirley Maclaine.
Additional film credits include Abandon, What Women Want, Sing Now or Forever Hold Your Peace, The Muse, Rules of Engagement, Woman on Top and Practical Magic.
Feuerstein also appears regularly on the small screen. He starred opposite Stanley Tucci in the CBS drama 3 lbs, and appeared as Leo in Once and Again and Josh in Sex and the City.
Feuerstein also played young Republican lawyer Cliff Calley in The West Wing. Additional television credits include Caroline in the City, Conrad Bloom, Fired Up!, Good Morning, Miami and The Hustler.
Feuerstein made his Broadway debut starring in Alfred Uhry's Tony Award-winning play The Last Night of Ballyhoo. He was on stage for two hours straight in Some Girls, written and directed by Neil LaBute at the Geffen Theatre.
Feuerstein also played to sold out audiences and garnered glowing reviews for his performance as a Hollywood bottom feeder in Roger Kumble's dark comedy Turnaround.
His extensive theatre resume also includes performances in Twelfth Night, Awake & Sing, Dark Rapture, The Misanthrope, Macbeth, Three Sisters, A Streetcar Named Desire and King Lear.
Feuerstein is bi-coastal, with residences in both Los Angeles and New York, where he lives his wife Dana and their children Lila and Frisco.