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Mark has been building an international career across theatre, film, television, commercials, and voiceover for more than fifteen years. He toured Australia multiple times with the highly acclaimed and award-winning Monkey Baa Theatre Company and worked extensively in Australia and now the U.S. Recently, he appeared as a wise-eyed game theorist in the action-packed Netflix film Interceptor. Upcoming, he’ll be appearing in the second season of NBC/Peacock’s hit thriller Dr. Death, following the true story of serial killer Christopher Duntsch.

In NYC, he recently worked with the award-winning Mind The Art Entertainment on Acedia and performed as Trip Wyeth in Other Desert Cities with Headwall Theatre Company, recently joining the board of the Astoria based company. Mark has shown his talents across Australia, performing in the National Tours of The Death of Kings as Ross/Billy, The Bugalugs Bum Thief as Billy Marbles, and Emily Eyefinger as Malcolm Mouse.

Other recent credits include Lucius in the bloody Shakespeare classic Julius Caesar, John Proctor in The Crucible, Craig in Hardcore, Robert Hull in The Temperamentals, Brandon in Next Fall, Skinny Luke in Mojo, and Emory in MilkMilkLemonade. Mark’s film credits include Clement in Chocolate, Tom in The Casting Game, Castel in Bedlam, and Kevin in All About E, as well as roles in shorts Silent Night, Gunderwilly Road, and Flora Borealis.He has also appeared in countless roles in new media in shows such as The Londoner, Stranded, The Show, and as a co-star in the TV Series Doctor, Doctor. Mark narrated several short fictions for Spineless Wonders publishing and recently completed a collection of short stories, Little Matsue and Other Tales, which can be heard on Audible. His commercial work includes projects with major brands including Disney, Volkswagen, and Commonwealth Bank Australia.



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