Television Roles

Sisters (1992-1993)

Fortune Hunter (1994)

Kindred the Embraced (1996)

Guest Appearances

Maigret and the Mad Woman (1992)

An episode of the “Maigret” Mystery Series Vanity Dies Hard (1993)

An episode of the “Ruth Rendell Mysteries” Series Clair de Lune (1995)

An episode of the “Rik Mayall Presents” Series

Made for Television Films

Young Catherine (1991) Made for TV

A Season of Giants (1991) Made for TV

Motion Pictions

Leon the Pig Farmer (1992)

Solitaire for 2 (1995)

For Roseanna (1997)

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Words About Mark


“…he was the most splendid son, fiercely loving, fiercely loyal.”
Grace Frankel, Mother
“I worked with Mark five days per week for about seven months. He was a great guy, and a great professional. Charming, athletic, daring… larger than life.”
Gavin Decker
‘…his continual sense of humour, even when the pressures of filming were at their height.”
Bob Willingham
“He applied himself to his role with total commitment. It was my only experience working with him, but one I’ll never forget.”
Lewis Teague
“He was charming and a very hard worker. He was very particular about himself, his wardrobe, his look. He wanted everything about his character to be perfect. He was a perfectionist in every way…”
Gina Schifano
“He was elegantly handsome, amazingly talented, and one of the most professional actors I have ever had the pleasure of working with. He had a demanding presence about him. You could feel his energy and charisma just being near him. It was dominating. He loved his work and took great pride in making a scene work. From top to finish.”
Paula Trickey
“He always had a smile for people.”
Roger Darnell
“He was warm, charming and possessed a very sly sense of humor. I’m glad his memory lives on.”
Carlton Cuse
“He was a very happy person, always laughing and joking and playing, specially with children. He loved children and the children loved him back.”
“You could see he had great love and devotion to his family.”
Paula Trickey