Mark Taylor (born March 7, 1977 in Scarborough , Ontario ) is a Canadian actor . He was born and raised in Toronto, but relocated to Palm Harbor, Florida during his last two years of high school, before returning to Toronto. Taylor is predominately known for his roles as Romeo in Student Bodies ,  and Kwest in Instant Star .  He played the role of Lewis 'Lou' Young in the Canadian police drama television series Flashpoint  until his character was killed in the 23rd episode (part of the second season). In addition, Taylor has studied computer engineering technology at Seneca College  and graduated from Albert Campbell Collegiate Institute . He is also part-owner of the National Basketball League of Canada 's Oshawa Power . 
During the 1991–92 Australian season, Taylor batted consistently in a 4–0 series victory over India . He scored 94 and 35* in a ten-wicket win at Brisbane .   He scored half-centuries in each of the next two Tests before striking 100 in the second innings of the Fourth Test at Adelaide .  It helped Australia to wipe out a first innings deficit of 80 and set up a winning target.  His opening partner Marsh was dropped for the Fifth Test, so the selectors elevated Taylor to the vice-captaincy of the team. Over the next twelve months, a number of players were tried as Taylor's opening partner.   Taylor struggled in his first match with new partner Wayne N. Phillips ,  scoring two and 16. Nevertheless, he had scored 422 runs at .  Taylor continued to be overlooked by the selectors in the shorter version of the game, missing selection for all of the season's triangular tournament. He was selected for the squad for the 1992 Cricket World Cup held on home soil, and after Australia lost its first two matches, Taylor was recalled for his first ODI in 12 months.   He made 13 as Australia beat India by one run, but scored his first ODI duck in the next match as England won by eight wickets. He was dropped for the remainder of the tournament.