Background: Mark is from New Jersey, USA, and has lived in London since 1983. Whilst at university he started performing professionally off-Broadway in comedy improvisation group Good Clean Fun.
Theatre includes: The world premiere of Tennessee Williams’s Not About Nightingales (NT and Alley Theatre, Houston, Texas) and Williams’s Stairs to the Roof (Chichester Minerva). The Madness of George Dubya Trilogy (Arts, New Players’ and Pleasance), Teddy Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace (national tour), Uncle Peck in How I Learned to Drive (Lyric, Belfast), Lenny in Of Mice and Men (Harrogate), Treasurer Coolie in Stephen Sondheim’s Anyone Can Whistle (Bridewell), Norman in The Boys Next Door (Grace Theatre), Niles in Suicide in B Flat (Battersea Arts Centre) and The Constable in The African Company Presents Richard III (Riverside).
Musicals include: Oklahoma! (Lyceum), The Fields of Ambrosia (Aldwych), Buddy (Victoria Palace), Grand Hotel (Dominion), Show Boat (London Palladium), Les Misérables (Palace), South Pacific (Prince of Wales), Spin of the Wheel (Comedy) and The Rocky Horror Show (tour).
Film includes: Road to Damascus, Thunderpants, Rogue Trader, Spy Game, Revelation and Al’s Lads.
Television includes: Reich, It Can Be Done, Painted Lady, Strange But True, In Search of Hamlet, The Tenth Kingdom, A History of the Future, Making Astronauts, The Armando Ianucci Show and Two Face.
Mark is also an accomplished voiceover artist.
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