Sir Maurice Oldfield in Soldier / Sailor. Rehearsed reading, Pier Productions Ltd, Brighton, 2017.
Ian Fleming in The Man with the Golden Pen directed by Roger Alborough. National Tour / Hanover Productions.
Paul in The Perfect Murder directed by Mark Piper. Theatre Royal, Windsor / National Tour / Bill Kenwright Ltd.
Sanderson then Delahay in Another Country directed by Stuart Burge. Queen’s Theatre, West End / Robert Fox Ltd.
Tom in The Glass Menagerie, directed by Brian Blessed. National Tour / Battersea Arts Centre / Hayden Searle Productions.
Edgar Linton in Wuthering Heights, directed by Sue Pomeroy. National Tour / Good Company.
Withnail in Withnail and I, directed by Christopher Beaumont. Komedia Theatre / Brighton Festival / Hanover Productions.
Dr Bouchage in The Winter Wife, directed by Ian Rimington. National Tour / One From The Heart.
Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, directed by John Adams. Bedford Park / Bedford Theatre Company.
Various characters in Saki Shorts directed by Johnny Worthy. Nightingale Theatre, Brighton.
Charles Bishop in Privates on Parade, directed by Robert Kennedy. National Tour / RKO.
Michaelis in Lady Chatterley’s Lover, directed by Graham Watkins. Redgrave Theatre, Farnham / National Tour / Gallery Productions.
Boatswain Brine in Robinson Crusoe, directed by Christopher Timothy. Theatre Royal, Brighton.
Clifford Anderson (understudy) and ASM in Deathtrap, directed by Kim Grant. National Tour / Newpalm Productions.
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Mark Burgess 2017
TELEVISION / FILM
The Man Who Gave A Damn
Interviewee in documentary about Leslie Howard. Produced & Directed by Thomas Hamilton, Repo Films, 2015.
The One Show. Filmed interview with Cerys Matthews on Ian Fleming. Directed by Jules Williamson for BBC TV.
Gordon Collins in Brookside (1986 – 1990). Executive Producer Phil Redmond. Mersey TV / Channel 4.
Edgar In King Lear, directed by Brian Blessed. Cromwell Productions.
Crimewatch File, for BBC TV.
Knights of God, directed by Michael Kerrigan. TV South.
Mark has also appeared in various pantomimes at Southsea, Exmouth and Bognor Regis.