Dr. Hank Lawson (Mark Feuerstein) is the talented and respected doctor behind HankMed, the Hamptons’ favorite concierge medical practice. With a reputation as a “Medical MacGyver,” putting his patients first, and solving even the most baffling cases, Hank is always in high demand. After a few busy summers attending to the Hamptons elite, as well as others less fortunate, Hank has established HankMed as the go-to medical provider for this bustling beachside community.
Although Hank was initially hesitant to leave New York City, he quickly fell for the Hamptons and established a new, happier life for himself. But after last year’s long, tumultuous summer – from Symphony Health coming to town, to Hank’s neurosurgery, to his fall-out with Jeremiah – Hank decided he needed a break. So he spent the off-season traveling the world with Boris, overseeing his participation in a cutting-edge clinical trial. But as summer approaches, Hank realizes he wants to be back amongst those he loves, and serving the Hamptons community.
But coming back home is not always easy.
Mark Feuerstein stars as Hank Lawson in the hit USA Network original series ROYAL PAINS.
Feuerstein has worked consistently over the past ten years, receiving critical acclaim for his roles in film, television and theater. He was featured in Ed Zwick's World War II epic "Defiance" with Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber, as well as Curtis Hanson's "In Her Shoes" opposite Toni Collette, Cameron Diaz and Shirley MacLaine. Additional film credits include "Abandon," "What Women Want," "The Muse," "Rules of Engagement," "Woman on Top," "Practical Magic," "Knucklehead" with WWE's Big Show and, most recently, "In Your Eyes" written by Joss Whedon with Jennifer Grey.
Feuerstein also appears regularly on the small screen. He starred opposite Stanley Tucci in the CBS drama "3 lbs," as well as NBC series "Good Morning Miami," "Conrad Bloom," and "Fired Up!." Additional television credits include "The West Wing," "Once and Again" and "Sex and the
Feuerstein made his Broadway debut starring in Alfred Uhry's Tony Award-winning play "The Last Night of Ballyhoo." He was on stage for two hours straight at the Geffen Theatre in "Some Girls," written and directed by Neil LaBute. Feuerstein also played to sold out audiences and garnered amazing reviews for his performance as a Hollywood bottom feeder in Roger Kumble's dark comedy "Turnaround." Additionally, his extensive theater resume includes performances in "Twelfth Night," "Awake & Sing," "Dark Rapture," "The Misanthrope," "Macbeth," "Three Sisters," "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "King Lear."
Feuerstein is bi-coastal, with residences in both Los Angeles and New York, where he lives with his wife Dana and their children Lila, Frisco and Adelaide.