Mark Russell

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Legendary Pictures Character
Mark Russell in Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Mark Russell
Species Human
Nationality American
Affiliation(s) Monarch (formerly)
Occupation Former Monarch Senior Anthrozoologist[1]
Related to Emma Russell (ex-wife),
Madison Russell (daughter),
Andrew Russell (son),
George Russell (father)[1]
First appearance Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Played by Kyle Chandler,
Kei Tanaka (voice, Japanese dub)
This time we join the fight.
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— Mark Russell (Godzilla: King of the Monsters)

Mark Russell is a scientist who first appears in the 2019 Legendary Pictures Godzilla film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and is set to return in its 2020 follow-up, Godzilla vs. Kong.

Fascinated with nature and the possibility of communication between man and wildlife since childhood, Mark Russell met his wife Emma while both were performing post-graduate studies at MIT. They shared a passion for bioacoustics, and together developed a device dubbed "ORCA" which represented unprecedented potential in interspecies communication. The device was originally developed to keep dolphins and whales away from shores, but when it was first tested it caught the attention of Monarch, who recruited the husband-and-wife duo into the organization. Mark became Monarch's Senior Anthrozoologist, all while raising a daughter, Madison, and a son, Andrew. However, following a family tragedy in 2014, Mark resigned from Monarch and divorced with his wife. While his relationship with his daughter can best be described as distant, he does maintain limited communication with Madison, who primarily lives with her mother.[1]

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Godzilla: King of the Monsters

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Titanollante

17 days ago
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Oh hi Mark
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