Mark completed his professional actor training at Arts Educational Schools, London in 2009. During his training, Mark was fortunate enough to work with various actors and directors on a wide variety of stage productions including, William Shakespeare's Hamlet, Stephen Sondheim's Follies and Moira Buffini's Loveplay.
Alongside work for stage - Mark gained valuable experience in screen acting during his time in training, working with former BBC producer and writer, Michael Ferguson and Channel 4 Director, Damien Goodwin on a screenplay of Harold Pinter's Betrayal in which Mark was cast as the adulterous husband and friend, Jerry. The film premiered at London's famous Gate Cinema in Notting Hill.
Since graduating Mark has toured the UK with a new children's theatre production, recorded two radio plays and he is currently in rehearsals for a site specific production of The Importance of Being Earnest, in which he is playing the role of Jack Worthing. This is being staged throughout May at The Grand Hotel, Brighton.