Mark Sipka is a quick-witted actor and comedian still waiting for his growth spurt. This energetic kid in a suit was born in the wrong decade and would have made a peachy keen 1950s game show host. Mark jokes about his many failed jobs, pokes fun at his own generation, and delivers a head-turning impression of a soccer mom. As a child, Mark began performing impressions so often that his dad once said, “I just want to know what your real voice sounds like.” Sipka loves making fun of his family and even roasted them onstage on Amazon Prime in Mark Sipka: My Special Family Special which has over 100 5 star reviews!

Mark has been on America’s Got Talent, Netflix’s The Couple, Fullscreen’s Jay Versace is Stuck in the 90s, Snapchat’s Solve, and Let’s Make a Deal with Wayne Brady.

You can learn more about Mark in this interview with VoyageLA Magazine. Click his picture!


Mark performed his live taped stand-up special, telling jokes and stories all about the Sipka family while they were in the audience. The Special Family Special is now on Amazon!

Sipka plays the manager in this viral Burger King anti-bullying commercial. It was featured on the Today Show, GQ, Huffington Post, and TIME.

Mark hosts his own monthly comedy show Mark Sipka's Comedy Revue.

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Enjoy this clip from Mark's show!


Mark performed 27 of his favorite impressions ranging from actors to singers, and even wookiees.

Mark's improv team, Space Jam is in the history books as the reigning Second City Thunderdome Cagematch Champions. They competed in this show from May 12, 2014 to December 7th, 2015 and finished 33-0, which is the record number of wins in the cagematch. 

From left to right-Alex Poncio, Josh Thomas, Mark Sipka, and Kara Durrett.

From left to right-Alex Poncio, Josh Thomas, Mark Sipka, and Kara Durrett.

Sipka was chosen to be a contestant on Let's Make A Deal where he danced to Footloose and joked around with Wayne Brady.

Sipka trained with Seinfeld star, Jason Alexander in an all day acting intensive class at iActing Studios in Burbank, CA.


Sipka played Detective James Lenk from Netflix's Making A Murderer in this Just Giggle It parody also starring Josh Thomas and Jacqui Duncan. Written/Directed by Jayson Rahmlow.

Mark starred with Melissa Villasenor in this Christmas short "Heather the Hermit Christmas Special" where he plays a mailman named Phillip.

Mark performed impressions of Randy Newman, Billie Holiday, Robert De Niro, Bob Dylan, Jerry Stiller, and Louis Armstrong with the Space Jam Improv team at Second City Hollywood. The act was the opening of their monthly comedy show called Space Jam Comedy Hour. 

Sipka collaborated at YouTube Space LA with Melissa Villasenor in Night Shift Fever. The two play rookie cops, who are stuck working late at the station. What could possibly happen?

Mark wrote, directed, and starred in the Just Giggle It sketch "Randy & Sandy Newman: Under the Covers." He plays Randy and Piper Hinson stars as Sandy. Together, the couple sing cover songs ranging from Frank Sinatra to Backstreet Boys and even Metallica.


Mark was interviewed on The Melissa Show by comedian Melissa Villasenor at All Things Comedy.  He played his character Glenn Sheffield who discussed everything from his first kiss to his favorite television theme songs.


Mark acted in Dan Braswell's hit sketch Too Many Guitars. He played Bruce Springsteen. This video was featured in an article for Guitar World.


Mark performed 4 of the 29 impressions in Rob Cantor's huge viral video prank!  This video has over 8 million views and was featured on news channels and talk shows worldwide.  It was also the Most Viewed video on YouTube the whole week!  Sipka impersonated Randy Newman, Louis Armstrong, Willie Nelson, and Billie Holiday.

Here is the reveal video showing how the prank video was made.  Rob hired 12 impressionists to sing his song "Perfect" for his new album "Not A Trampoline."

During the same week of Rob Cantor's viral video, this Business Casual video "2005 Ford Taurus Commercial" went viral on Funny Or Die with over 330,000 views. It was the Most Viewed video on Funny Or Die that week.