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Connect With Kleck: Who Are Those Guys?

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SPOKANE, Wash. - If you watch local programming, chances are pretty good you've seen one of the commercials for Northern Quest Resort and Casino.

The campaign featuring two actors has been running about a year and a half.

Both are local actors, but not full time actors.

Mark Robbins is an English teacher at Lewis and Clark High School while Brooke Stocker is a nursing student.

They are married, but not to each other as many people assume from watching the commercials.

Brooke is married to Kevin Stocker, the longtime major league baseball player from Spokane.

KHQ's Dan Kleckner sat down with Robbins yesterday to learn more about his acting background.

Robbins says acting has been in his blood for a while. He has worked improv on stage in the area. He also admits he wasn't Northern Quest's first choice for the spots.

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