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Mark Worthington

Mark Worthington, 58, passed away, Friday, December 10. He was born November 20, 1963, to Robert and Nancy Worthington in Sidney, OH. He is survived by his wife, Lieve Worthington of Cheyenne, his father, Robert Worthington (Patricia) of Laramie, his mother, Nancy Worthington of Cheyenne, his brother, Michael Worthington (Charity) of Great Falls, MT, his daughter, Meghan Mayberry (Randi) of Casper, his granddaughter Sophie, numerous nephews, extended family members, friends, and his crew at Menard’s.
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‘WandaVision’: How Director Matt Shakman & Production Designer Mark Worthington Emulated The Golden Sitcom Era – Crew Call

When it came to mounting Disney+/Marvel’s WandaVision which thrusts Avengers protags Wanda Maximoff and Vision into various sitcoms from Bewitched to Malcolm in the Middle, director Matt Shakman and production designer Mark Worthington took the advice of comedy legend Dick Van Dyke and ran parts of the production “like a play.”
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Athira Pharma Appoints Mark Worthington As General Counsel

BOTHELL, Wash., June 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Athira Pharma, Inc. (ATHA) , a late clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on developing small molecules to restore neuronal health and stop neurodegeneration, today announced the appointment of Mark Worthington as the company's General Counsel, effective June 1. "We have worked with Mark...
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How 'WandaVision' Production Designer Mark Worthington Created Both a Sitcom World and S.W.O.R.D.

There is no doubt that if you're a TV fan, Mark Worthington has created the world of a show you've enjoyed. From Watchmen to American Horror Story to Lost, this veteran production designer has been working behind the scenes to bring a wild array of worlds to life — so it's hardly a surprise that he worked on every episode of WandaVision, creating both Wanda's ever-evolving sitcom fantasy universe as well as the reality of the S.W.O.R.D. agents outside Westview, trying to figure out what's going on.
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WandaVision Production Designer Mark Worthington Explains MCU Movie Influences

As the saying goes... "It's all connected." The Marvel Cinematic Universe launched its Phase 4 with WandaVision, a series which started as a sitcom starring two Avengers in different eras of television which has evolved into a reality-bending thriller. For production designer Mark Worthington, WandaVision has been one of the most exciting and ambitious endeavors of an already impressive and diverse resumé. Among the many details packed into the many era-based sets of WandaVision, Worthington was tasked with infusing references and details tied to previous Marvel Studios titles into the show's sets.
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WandaVision's Mark Worthington teases "wonderful" Easter eggs and explains how they're chosen

WandaVision's production designer Mark Worthington has teased there'll be some "wonderful" Easter eggs in the remaining episodes of the Disney+ series. The Marvel spin-off show has already dropped some not-so-subtle references to Stark Industries and Hydra in some of its old school sitcom commercials, while more astute viewers may have even noticed a nod to Bova the cow.
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