Marks (surname)

Marks (surname)

Marks is a German and Jewish surname:

In biography:

  • Adolf Marks (1838–1904), Russian publisher
  • Alfred Marks (1921–1996), British comic actor and comedian
  • David Marks (disambiguation)
  • Dennis Marks, (1932-2006), American television writer in animation including Batfink and The Beatles
  • Harry Hananel Marks (1855 - 1916), British politician and journalist, who founded the Financial News in 1884.
  • Howard Marks (b. 13 August 1945), British drug dealer and author
  • Laurence Marks (British writer) (born 8 December 1948) British TV writer who usually wrote with Maurice Gran, mainly known for sitcoms such as The New Statesman and Birds of a Feather
  • Laurence Marks (American writer) (1915-1993), American writer for radio and television shows including M*A*S*H
  • Laurence Marks (British journalist), (26 January 1928 - 25 May 1996), British journalist who wrote for many years for The Observer and The Sunday Times
  • Laurie J. Marks, American fantasy writer
  • Leo Marks (September 24, 1920 – January 15, 2001), British cryptographer and writer
  • Louis Marks (1928-2010), British television writer and script editor
  • Michael Marks (June 1859 – 31 December 1907), retailer, co-founder of the retail chain Marks & Spencer
  • Walter Marks (composer), musical theatre and film composer
  • Marks (producer), Finnish Hip-hop producer

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