MARK KNIGHTLEY by Jennie Scott
Photo: Jennie Scott
50 Liverpool Street, London EC2M 7PY
Phone: 020 7224 9036
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:12st. (76kg)
Playing Age:25 - 38 years
Appearance:White, Scandinavian
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Clear

About me:

Currently co-creating 'La Lucha' - a new play with Crowded Room and the BAC. Watch Mark's new comedy showreel here:

Stage Film Television Further Credits
2019, Stage, Ray, The Colours, Soho Theatre, Max Barton
2019, Stage, Various (All), The Listening Room, The Lowry, Northern Stage, Theatr Clwyd and tour, Max Barton
2019, Stage, Various (All), Echoes, Crowded Room, Mark Knightley
2019, Stage, Mark/A.I, 2030, Collusion/Cambridge Junction, Simon Poulter
2017, Stage, Various (All), The Listening Room, Theatre Royal Stratford East/Crowded Room, Max Barton
2017, Stage, Learchus, The Woman in the Moon, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2017, Stage, Michael Damon, SpacePlay, VAULT 2017, Harriet Madeley
2016, Stage, Doctor Lawrence, Dr Blighty, Nutkhut/Brighton Dome, Ajay Chhabra
2015, Stage, Julian, Seasons Greetings, Southwark Playhouse, Stevan Mijailovic
2015, Stage, Ronaldo, The Trial of Ronaldo, BAC, Harriet Madeley
2014, Stage, The Philosopher, The Four Last Things, Theatre Delicatessen, Harriet Madeley
2014, Stage, (Rehearsed Reading), Alfonso, Life is a Dream, Arcola Theatre, James Wallace
2013, Stage, Hans, Abe & Hans, Soho Theatre & Theatre503, Pamela Schermann
2013, Stage, (Rehearsed Reading), Silvio, Women Pleased, Shakespeare's Globe, Frances Marshall
2013, Stage, Various Roles, Against Democracy, Arcola Theatre, Sílvia Ayguadé
2012, Stage, Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet, RADA Enterprises, Thusitha Jayasundera
2012, Stage, Various Roles, The Canterbury Tales, RADA Enterprises, Thusitha Jayasundera
2011, Stage, (Rehearsed Reading),, Appetitus, Lingua, Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2011, Stage, 'Radio'/Bear, Botallack O'Clock, Third Man Theatre, Edward Elks
2011, Stage, Edgar Linton, Wuthering Heights, Aberystwyth Arts Centre/Theatr Clwyd, Wales tour, Mark Babych
2010, Stage, Jez/Crotus, Bentwater Roads, Eastern Angles, Ivan Cutting
2009, Stage, (Rehearsed Reading), Count Moren, An Humourous Day's Mirth, Shakespeare's Globe, James Wallace
2009, Stage, (2008 & 2009), Jack, The Lord of the Flies, Pilot Theatre/York Theatre Royal, UK No. 1 Tour, Marcus Romer
2008, Stage, Antipholus of Syracuse, The Comedy of Errors, Guildford Shakespeare Co/Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Joanna Read
2008, Stage, Orlando, As You Like It, Guildford Shakespeare Co/Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Sean Aita
2008, Stage, Lysander, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Theatre Delicatessen, Frances Loy
2007, Stage, Bernard, The Line Between, The Gilded Balloon, Danny Frost
Stage, Colonel Whittaker, Easy Virtue, BAC, Tim Stark
Stage, Cassio, Othello, Bath Theatre Royal and Tour, Rob Conkie
2018, Feature Film, Town Gate Guard #2, Maleficent 2, Disney, Joachim Rønning
2018, Feature Film, Danny, Incidental Characters, Toffee Hammer, Ben Verrall
2017, Feature Film, Charles Crayne, Charismata, Hydra, Andy Collier and Tor Main
2015, Film, Michael, One Way Out, London Film School, Poom Saiyavath
2014, Film, Colin, Love and Whiskey, London Film School, Sohrab Kavir
2013, Film, Hamlet, Hamlet, Veni Vidi Film, Natalie Anne Downs
2008, Film, Scott (Lead), Brothers, Bournemouth University, Momodou Touray
2014, Television, Ben Wright (guest lead), Holby City, BBC, Daniel Wilson
2013, Television, Sir Anthony Browne, The Last Days of Anne Boleyn, Oxford Film and TV, BBC, Rob Coldstream
2011, Television, Prince Albert, Victoria and Albert, History Channel, Michelle Metivier
Further Credits
2019, Rehearsed Reading, Narrator, One Night, Shoreditch Town Hall, Mark Knightley
2016, Event, Henry V, St George's Day concert, Cadogan Hall
2016, Web Series, John Vanburgh, The Architect's Dilemma, Lion TV/Horrible Histories, Adam Jenkins
2016, Event, Earl of Southampton, An Elizabethan Christmas, Hampton Court, Nigel Barrett
2015, Commercial, Phileas Fogg, Around the World in Eighty Days, Yes TV, Shahar Segal
2015, Rehearsed Reading, Taylor, Battle Lines, Finborough Theatre/Raise Dark, Kevin Williams
2015, Event, Storyteller, Performance Storytelling at the Town Hall Hotel, The Storytellers, Claire Chate
2011, Site Specific, Mark, The One That Got Away, Third Man Theatre, Danny Frost
2009, Workshop, Various Roles, New Writing, The Royal Court, Natalie Ibu
2008, Commercial, Yachtsman, Rolex, RSA Films, Adrian Moat


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Essex, French, German, Hampshire*, Heightened RP, Irish-Southern, London, Northern, RP*, Scandinavian, Scottish-Standard, South African, Welsh-Standard
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Aerobics, Alto, Ballad, Baritone, Capoeira, Clarinet, Contemporary Dance, Piano, Rock Singing, Violin
Performance:Audio Books, Audio Drama, Clown, Comedy, Physical Theatre, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton, Canoe, Cricket, Football*, Horse-riding, Running, Stage Combat*, Sword Fighting*, Tennis, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Devising, Improvisation, Juggling, Photographic Model, Story Telling


The Oxford School of Drama