Mark Kendall Net Worth

Kendall is an accomplished guitarist and founding member of multi-platinum rock band GREAT WHITE, sharing arena stages with artists like Whitesnake, Judas Priest and Slaughter.

He works between film, sculpture and performance to explore complex social issues and subtleties in perception. His work has been featured in publications like BLOUIN ARTINFO, The New York Times and Guernica.

Early Life and Education

Mark Kendall was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. He earned a BA from McDaniel College where he studied theatre and jazz guitar before going on to get an MFA from Brown University for acting.

As well as his acting career, he has also written and directed several short films. His feature directorial debut La Camioneta premiered at SXSW and garnered multiple festival awards; also receiving support from Sundance Institute, IFP/Film Society of Lincoln Center, and Jerome Foundation.

Kendall founded Great White 30 years ago, a hard rock band which has sold millions of records worldwide; their latest release Elation marks their twelfth album release. Kendall maintains key international relationships such as Harvard, PATH, and WHO that support his success as an artist and entrepreneur.

Professional Career

Kendall has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, and Dora Maar House during his career, and been featured in multiple media outlets like the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, BLOUIN ARTINFO and Village Voice.

He has performed alongside such rock icons as Slaughter, Whitesnake, Skid Row and George Lynch; additionally he participated in the Vegas Rocks Magazine All-Star Jam alongside Vince Neil and Zakk Wylde.

Kendall is also an active philanthropist, supporting organizations like MusiCares and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Living in Palm Desert with his wife, they frequently go to The Living Desert or watch movies at The River cinema complex; additionally they support The Station Family Fund that assists those affected by fire that broke out at The Station club in 2011.

Achievement and Honors

Kendall has received fellowships from various prestigious organizations such as the Guggenheim Foundation, Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Emerging Visions Fellowship, Berlinale Talents and Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP). Additionally he has had residencies at MacDowell Colony and Yaddo.

Robert is the creator of PowderJect/PowderMed biolistics technology and Nanopatch needle-free vaccine delivery invention; both of these innovations were featured in his TEDGlobal talk which garnered over one million views. Additionally, Robert currently serves as Vice-Chancellor’s Entrepreneurial Professor at Australian National University and co-founded WearOptimo.

He is an avid baseball fan who possesses professional-level skill in both billiards and poker. Additionally, his passion for music has allowed him to share stages with legendary artists such as George Lynch, Vince Neil, Zakk Wylde as well as making appearances on popular podcasts like Joe Rogan’s.

Personal Life

He loves camping and hiking outdoors as well as reading. Helen Cespedes and himself are committed parents who put family first.

Kendall relies heavily on endorsement deals as a source of income, having inked deals with Pepsi, Fendi and Calvin Klein among others. More recently, 818 Tequila has proven highly profitable.

Kendall often participates in the Vegas Rocks Magazine All-Star Jam alongside artists like George Lynch and Zakk Wylde; in addition to being an advocate for MusiCares.

Net Worth

Kendall Jenner has amassed millions in earnings as a model through top modeling gigs, endorsement deals and her cosmetic line. Additionally, she owns an expansive real estate portfolio.

Mark is an internationally acclaimed academic and innovator with key international connections that span academia and industry (University of Oxford; Harvard; PATH; WHO). His patents/technologies have generated hundreds of millions of revenue for companies licensing or advancing them.

Russell and Great White continue playing music together, sharing arena stages with rock icons like Judas Priest, Whitesnake, Slaughter and Vixen. And they continue searching for inspiration – recently telling ListenIowa of some “big plans in the works” for the band that may get them back out there onstage again soon – giving fans hope they might make it possible again soon enough.

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