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Mark Britten's stage name is "The Chinaman". Born of a Chinese-American mother and a Caucasian father , his act employs material from his "dysfunctional background" and skews ethnic stereotypes of all kinds. He has been a performing stand-up comic for ten years, and is known for his voice impersonations, parodies of rock singers and other vocalists and biting anecdotes about the foibles of ethnic and cultural stereotypes. The Austin Chronicle describes him as "a rock star trapped in a comic's body.". He is a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
He has appeared on A&E's Evening at the Improv (1992 and 1994), NBC's Friday Night (1995), and was the voice of several characters in around half of the 200 episodes of the Dragon Ball Z, the number one show on the Cartoon Network in 1999-2001.
He has also appeared on the nationally-syndicated Bob & Tom Show, where his impressions of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger are favorites with the hosts. His impersonation of Schwarzenegger is rated 42nd on XM Radio's list of the top 150 comedy routines, and he has performed at over 250 colleges and universities across the United States.
His musical impersonations in his act range from Dave Matthews and Garth Brooks through to AC/DC, Matchbox 20, the B-52s and Aerosmith's Stephen Tyler. He is noted for his material "mocking his Chinese heritage" and his act lampoons ethnic and cultural stereotypes of all kinds. His act includes a character named Kid Wok and a characterization of Fu Manchu and he has released a CD entitled Dis-Oriented Chinaman and a DVD entitled The Chinaman: This Ninja's Crazy.