Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind The Making Of “Two Can Play That Game”

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Director Mark Brown

If you’ve seen How To Be A Player, you’re familiar with Mark Brown. He wrote the 1997 film. Brown told the Washington Post started out as a model first and then started acting. From there, he started writing because he felt there was more control over his vision. After writing, he started directing. He pursued his craft by taking a few classes at American Film Institute and studying under directing coaches around town and shooting short films. Two Can Play That Game was his first film. After that he went on to write Barbershop, State’s Evidence and The Seat Filler.

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