George may have made some bad decisions, but he's always trying to do what's best for his family. He broke off an affair with Cindy to save his marriage, and when Anne found another guy and became pregnant with a baby he thought was his, George worked his way back into her heart. He moved out, he moved back in, and he keeps moving to keep his ever-evolving family together. Through it all, he's been a loving dad to Amy and Ashley, even if he seems a lot more like Ashley. He really wants Anne to remarry him, and he's doing everything he can -- even getting hairplugs! -- to make that happen. Now both of his girls have love lives for him to worry about, George's own life just keeps getting more complicated.
Mark starred on Life With Bonnie and has guested on such TV series as 24, For Your Love, Veronica's Closet, Cybill, Party of Five, and Touched by an Angel. His feature films include The Minus Man, Evil Obsession, and Ballad of the Nightingale with Virginia Madsen. But he's known best for creating the role of Ben Davidson on One Life to Live. His other daytime TV credits include playing Adrian Hunter on "The Young and the Restless" (1989-90) and A.C. Mallet on Guiding Light (1990-93); that role nabbed him the 1993 Soap Opera Digest Award for Leading Man and a Daytime Emmy nomination for Lead Actor in 1992. Mark moved to California after he left Guiding Light, and he still lives in L.A. In 2008, Mark worked with Ernie Hudson (aka Dr. Ken Fields on Secret Life) in the film Balancing the Books (unrated). Most recently, Mark shot a cable drama entitled Anatomy of Hope, directed by Lost creator and Star Trek director J.J. Abrams, and a chess movie called Mate (not yet rated).