Only a few years ago, Mark Gantt was working as a manager at a Lodi market. Today, he is starring as Sony's bad boy in a new Web series "The Bannen Way"
Vanessa Marcel and Mark Gaant star in "The Bannen Way." In the show, Bannen is weak when it comes to beautiful women. (Photo courtesy of Crackle)
Robert Forster and Mark Gantt star in "The Bannen Way." (Photo courtesy of Crackle)
Mark Gantt plays the role of Neal Bannen, the thief who is confronted by mobsters when he loses their money in a gambling debt gone wrong, in the new Web series "The Bannen Way." (Photo courtesy of Crackle)
Posted: Friday, February 5, 2010 12:00 am
Mark Gantt has always been a smooth talker. In high school, he
could get out of almost any situation. Speeding. Underage drinking.
Smoking weed in his '74 Chevy Camaro in the Lincoln High School
The 41-year-old Stockton native who worked at Salisbury's Market
in Lodi, is still that cool, confident guy with dark eyes, strong
facial features and a way with words. Only now, the bad-boy persona
is channeled into the role of the lead character in Sony Picture
Entertainment's Web series, "The Bannen Way."
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Friday, February 5, 2010 12:00 am.