Mark “Fingermix” Smith

Mark "Fingermix" SmithMark “Fingermix” Smith was born in London, England. He has been living in Orem and Provo, Utah, on and off, since March 2001. He moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, in 2003 and then back to the United Kingdom for a year, and has been back in Utah since December 2004. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served a full-time mission in the Arizona Phoenix Mission. His interests and hobbies include performing music, dancing, traveling, producing music, go-carting, cinema, temple work, and missionary work. He is also a Pearl Award winner.

Mark began playing piano at the age of five. By the time he was 11 years old, he was performing his own compositions in school. A year later, he played the main role in a play by William Shakespeare called “The Tempest.”

In 1997, Dome Records, the record label of Beverley Knight, a British recording artist, radio presenter and musical theatre actress who released her debut album, The B-Funk, in 1995, commissioned Mark to do a remix for her “Moving on Up” single under the name D-lux. The record became the single of the week in UK Blues and Soul. Smith did another remix from her album and went on to work with two other artists from the same record label, with recordings that became worldwide releases. During this time, Mark earned a college grade certificate in drama from the local college.

In 2001, He traveled to the United States and stayed for almost two years, touring, acting, and writing in Utah. He became known as the Mormon Stevie Wonder. He volunteered to play the role of a slave in the hit musical Civil War. The Director, Marylyn Montgomery, highly praised his acting abilities and offered him more work, performing on TV and at the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympics.

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