Mark recently appeared in Tim Richards in Emmerdale and is best known for his roles in Coronation Street, Holby City, Dream Team, Brookside and Harry Enfield.
His other theatre credits include: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Bolton Octagon) By The Waters Of Liverpool (Empire Theatre Liverpool) Royal Court 80 (Royal Court Liverpool), You'll Never Walk Alone (Royal Court Liverpool, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Jakarta), One Night in Istanbul (Liverpool Echo, Gaiety Theatre Dublin and GOH Belfast), Peter Pan (Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells), Franklyn J Hart in 9 to 5 (National Tour), Nightmare on Lime Street, You’ll Never Walk Alone, Our Day Out and Funny Money (all for Royal Court, Liverpool), Priscilla Queen of the Desert (Palace Theatre, London), My Fair Lady (Liverpool Philharmonic); Come Fly With Me (Millennium Centre Cardiff); Twopence to Cross the Mersey (Liverpool Empire); Strictly Murder (UK Tour); Eric’s (Liverpool Everyman); Bad Blood (Key Theatre); Bouncers, Little Match Girl, Barbarians, and Arabian Nights (Unity Theatre); Macbeth (Art Theatre Company); Fears and Miseries of the Third Reich (Liverpool Playhouse and Young Vic); The Beaux Stratagem (Liverpool Playhouse); The Jungle Book (Cleveland Theatre Company); and High Rise Dreamer (Liverpool Lunchtime Theatre Company) and most recently Jack and the Beanstalk, Floral Theatre New Brighton.
Mark's TV series regulars include Adrian in Coronation Street, Owen Davis in Holby City (5 years), Ray Wyatt in Dream Team (3 years) & Greg Shadwick in Brookside (2 years). His other television credits include: The Knot, Doctors, Heartbeat, The Bill, Where The Heart Is, Always And Everyone, Close And True, Casualty, Peak Practice, Real Women, Harry Enfield and Chums, Sharman, London’s Burning, Ocean of America, The Vet, Against All Odds, The Lodge, Wilderness Edge, Boon, The Chief, Needle, Waterfront Beat, Murder in the Wind, Shoot to Kill, Shooting Stars, Emmerdale Farm and Liars.
Film credits include Allies (Hawthorn Productions) Ramanujan (Camphore Cinema) and Amar, Akbar & Tony (AAT Films LTD). Previous films include; Stepdad, The Last Bloodline and Judge Dredd.
Mark’s debut Album Moonlight’s Back In Style is released on Linn Records. He was a finalist on Celebrity Masterchef and came second to Russell Watson on BBC's Just the Two of Us with singing partner, Atomic Kitten's Natasha Hamilton.
Mark is the narrator of the popular children's TV show Thomas the Tank Engine. He follows fellow Liverpudlian's Ringo Starr & Michael Angelis, and is the voice of the programme in all English language territories including the US.Go Back