Linn-Baker also guest starred in one episode of the successful ABC TV series Full House, as Dick Donaldson, the wealthy, snobbish cousin of Becky Donaldson Katsopolis (Lori Loughlin).
As of 2005, Linn-Baker has landed a role as a regular cast member on the WB Network sitcom, Twins.
Linn-Baker also directed numerous episodes of Family Matters, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, and The Trouble with Larry.
Before his entree into television, Linn-Baker had a notable film role as Benjy Stone in the 1982 comedy, My Favorite Year, co-starring with Peter O'Toole. In a manner similar to his role in Perfect Strangers, Linn-Baker played the straight man to O'Toole's outrageous character, Alan Swann. He also appeared as a spokesperson for Peter Pan peanut butter commercials in the late 1980s and 1990s.
Mark Linn-Baker Facts
|June 17, 1954 (69)
|St. Louis, Missouri, USA
|Perfect Strangers: The Complete First and Second Seasons
|My Favorite Year
|Hunks Like Us