Performance Photos Yuletide Carolers quartet at the Farmers Market in 2008. From picture left to right: Mark Knowles, Donna Cherry, Perry Lambert, Karen Volpe. Screen shot from the TV series 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. Mark sang with The Yuletide Carolers on a Christmas episode entitled “A Very C.J. Christmas” in 2004. Screen shot of The Yuletide Carolers singing on the TV show Just Shoot Me in 1997. From left to right: Virginia Knowles, Michael Miller, Mark and Andrea Press. Singing on the television series Sisters @ 1992. Featured male vocalist for the Bill Davies Orchestra. This shot was taken when we performed at Avalon Hotel Ballroom on Catalina Island during a tribute to the Andrews Sisters in 1989. As featured male vocalist with the Bill Davies Orchestra in 1988. Singing with the Yuletide Carolers sometime in the 1980’s. From left to right Linda Griffin, Dink O’Neal, Cindy Warden, and Mark. Cast and crew of 42nd Street at the Grand Dinner Theatre in 1987. Mark is on the far right of the picture kneeling. With Deanne Spicer during the run of Sugar Babies at the Grand Dinner Theatre in 1986. Sugar Babies at the Grand Dinner Theatre in 1986, with Madilyn Clark and Roger Castellano. On set with Robert Wagner during the filming of a Hart to Hart episode in 1984. Mark as “Chantal” in La Cage aux Folles at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles in 1984. With Arthur Laurents during rehearsals for La Cage aux Folles in NYC in 1984. Gene Barry and the Cagelles at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles in a production shot of La Cage aux Folles in 1984. The Cagelles backstage at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. La Cage aux Folles played there in 1984. Mark in the role of Harry Beaton during the sword dance in Brigadoon at the Harlequin Dinner Theatre in 1983. The cast of Sugar at the Harlequin Dinner Theatre in 1982. Mark is in the second row, second from the right . In the production he played the character “Spats.” Mark and his tap dance partner, Callie O’Bryan, backstage at the High Hopes Benefit. Held at Knott’s Berry Farm in the early 1980’s. With Gregory Hines during the filming of I Love Liberty in 1982. On the set of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas starring Dolly Parton and Burt Reynolds in 1981. Outside the soundstage at MGM during the filming of Pennies From Heaven in 1981. Dancing with Lily Tomlin in her TV Special, Lily Tomlin: Sold Out in 1981. I am 4th from picture right, next to Lily. With Cheryl Ladd during the filming of a Brandy America commercial in 1981. As dancer on Raquel Welch’s television special in 1981. Backstage with Bobbi Gentry at the Desert Inn in Las Vegas in 1980 when I danced in her act. Backstage when filming Barry Manilow’s Television Special “One Voice.” Backstage with Robert Goulet during On a Clear Day at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in 1980. With Mitzi Gaynor in 1980, when I toured with her act. Dancing with Mitzo Gaynor in 1980. From picture left to right: Corey Hawkins, Mitzi Gaynor, Mark Knowles, Dan Smith, Tim Bagley, Jimmy Wintermute, Gary Stapleford With Miss Piggy during the filming of John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together in 1979. With John Denver on the set of John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together in 1979. On the set of John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together in 1979. Mark Knowles and Dan Smith. Backstage with the elephants when I danced in the Lido de Paris in Las Vegas in 1978. Dancing in the Lido de Paris in Las Vegas in 1978. At the Lido de Paris in Las Vegas with lead showgirl Barbara Beverly. in 1978. Dancing in a Century 21 Industrial held in Las Vegas in 1978. Bob Hope was the emcee. Performing in the King and I at the Pioneer Playhouse in 1973. Performing In Showboat at the Pioneer Playhouse in 1973. Performing in New Moon at Pioneer Playhouse in 1972. Playing Albert Peterson in Bye, Bye Birdie in my senior year in high school in 1972. Mark (leaning over the bed) in the role of Thomas Putnam in The Crucible at Harrodsburg Amphitheater in Harrodsburg, KY in 1971. Mark as the Mad Scientist in The Monster That Devoured Maysville, a short film he wrote @1969, that featured his brother Rex as the Monster and his sister Anne as the damsel in distress. Mark as Freddy Eynsford Hill in My Fair Lady as a fifteen-year old.