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Mark Worthington

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About Dean Mark Worthington is an Emmy Award-nominated production designer. His art director credits include all four seasons of FX Networks’ American Horror Story (2011-2015); the pilots for CBS’ Battle Creek (2015) and Fox’s Backstrom (2015); USA’s Political Animals (2012); all four seasons of ABC’s Ugly Betty (2006–2010) as well as the pilots for the network’s Once Upon a Time (2011) and Lost (2004). His film credits include Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde (2003); Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002); Hearts in Atlantis (2001); Town & Country (2001); U.S. Marshals (1998); Wag the Dog (1997); The Chamber (1996) and Tombstone (1993).

Worthington is a five-time Emmy Award nominee for his work on American Horror Story and Ugly Betty. Additionally, he is a nine-time Art Directors Guild Awards nominee. He has taken home the prize three times.

Worthington holds a B.A. from Reed College in theatre and an M.F.A. in set design from Carnegie Mellon University.