Mohammed Mark Amin Sobini, known professionally as Mark Amin, is an Iranian American motion picture producer, distributor and writer who has been working in independent and mainstream cinema for more than two decades. Some of Amin’s film credits include The Prince and Me, starring Julia Stiles, 1997’s Eve's Bayou, starring Samuel L. Jackson, and 2002’s Frida, a biopic which Amin executive produced.
Amin served as producer for the Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions film Girl Most Likely, starring Annette Benning and Matt Dillon, as well as producer for Eliza Graves, starring Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley and Michael Caine. Most recently, Amin's film production company, Sobini Films, assisted in the production of Miles Ahead, starring Don Cheadle and Ewan McGregor. Sobini also served as a producer for Good Kill with Ethan Hawke.
Besides his career as a film producer, Amin has also been active in other business and investment interests. Amin is an investor and member of the advisory board of EdgeCast, a content delivery firm which sold in 2013 to Verizon for $400 million. He is also chairman and major shareholder of gymra.com, the fitness website.