Mark spent eight years living and working on London’s West End and his theatrical credits include Irving Berlin’s White Christmas as Sheldrake, the original UK cast of Disney’s High School Musical as Coach Bolton, the original West End cast of The Drowsy Chaperone and Les Miserables including a performance for the Royal Family at Windsor Castle. Since returning to Australia Mark played the role of Feste (Twelfth Night), Jaques (As You Like It) and Claudius (Hamlet) all for the Australian Shakespeare Company; Judas/John The Baptist (Godspell) for Room 8, Col Ricci (Passion) for Lifelike Touring, Dan (Next To Normal) for Doorstep Arts, John Wilkes Booth (Assassins) and David (Company) both for Watch This!; Molokov (CHESS), Lt. Brannigan (Guys and Dolls) and Mike Kirkeby (Promises, Promises) all for The Production Co. He recently appeared Australian premiere of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.Previous Australian theatre credits include Jon(tick, tick… BOOM!) (Australian Premiere) as Gus/Growltiger (CATS), Mr. Fox (Mack & Mabel), Miles Gloriosus(A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), as Gauguin (Vincent, an A Capella Opera), Australian premieres of Sunset Boulevard, and Beauty and the Beast. Film and television credits include Paul Hogan’s The Very Excellent Mr Dundee, Wentworth (FOXTEL), The Leftovers (HBO), The Divorce (ABC TV), A Journey Through Time With Anthony (feature), Stories I Want To Tell You In Person (ABC TV), House Husbands (Ch9), Ned (feature), South Pacific (feature), Digital Memory (short), The Damnation of Harvey McHugh (ABC TV) and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber Masterpiece in Beijing (DVD).