MARK SPRINGER by Michael Wharley
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Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'8" (172cm)
Weight:12st. 11lb. (81kg)
Playing Age:40 - 45 years
Appearance:Black-African, Black-Caribbean, Black-Other Areas
Other:Equity, Equity Minority Ethnic Members Register
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Black
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Beard
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Clear


^^^NEW SHOWREEL NOW READY TO BE VIEWED^^^ Mark was last seen on stage as John in THE ISLAND by Kani/Ntshona/Fugard. A Chipping Norton & Dukes Lancaster Theatre co-production. ****THE TIMES & Pick of The Week. ****BROADWAY WORLD and ****NORTHERN SOUL. Mark will shortly be seen in the role of Stan in the feature film ACCEPTABLE DAMAGE for Rebel Without Crew (Dir: Lavinia Simina.) TRAILER:

Stage Television Short Film Film Radio
2017, Stage, John, The Island, The Theatre Chipping Norton & The Dukes Lancaster, John Terry
2016, Stage, Albany, KING LEAR, Royal Exchange Theatre, Michael Buffong
2015, Stage, Brutus Jones, The Emperor Jones, LOST Theatre & Aaron Anthony Wallace, Ursula Campbell
2014, Stage, Linton, CHIGGER FOOT BOYS, Ovalhouse & Strongback Productions, Irina Brown
2013, Stage, Newman, NEWMAN, The Cockpit Theatre, Catherine Green
2012, Stage, Charles, WHERE THE MANGROVE GROWS, Theatre 503/Number Nine Theatre, Tamara Harvey
2008, Stage, Don Juan, DON JUAN, Citizens Theatre, Jeremy Raison & Maxine Braham
2008, Stage, Aaron, MEET THE MUKHERJEES, Bolton Octagon, Mark Babych
2007, Stage, Claudio, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, Shakespeare's Globe, Jo Howarth
2007, Stage, Mercutio, ROMEO & JULIET, Shakespeare's Globe, Edward Dick
2007, Stage, John, SONGS OF GRACE & REDEMPTION, Theatre 503 & Liminal Theatre, Janette Smith
2006, Stage, Corinthian, The War That Still Goes On, RSC, John Barton
2005, Stage, Mr B.A. Liff, A NEW WAY TO PLEASE YOU, RSC (Stratford) & West End, Sean Holmes
2005, Stage, Amilcar, BELIEVE WHAT YOU WILL, RSC (Stratford) & West End, Josie Rourke
2005, Stage, Caveler, THOMAS MORE, RSC (Stratford) & West End, Robert Delamere
2004, Stage, Richard, THE CHIMES, Southwark Playhouse, Gareth Machin
2003, Stage, Duke of Bourbon, HENRY V, Royal National Theatre, Nick Hytner
2001, Stage, Donalbain, MACBETH, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Carrol
2000, Stage, Jimmy, A TASTE OF HONEY, Palace Theatre Watford, Richard Beecham
1999, Stage, Henry Blake, THE DARKER FACE OF THE EARTH, Royal National Theatre, James Kerr
1999, Stage, The Prince Of Morocco/Leonardo, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (Best Director-Olivier Awards 2000), Royal National Theatre, Trevor Nunn
1999, Stage, Aeneas/Deiphobus, TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Best Director-Olivier Awards 2000), Royal National Theatre, Trevor Nunn
1998, Stage, Francis, NIGHT AND DAY, Northampton Theatre Royal, Gareth Armstrong
1998, Stage, Egyptian Captain, THE SUPPLIANTS, Gate Theatre (London), James Kerr
2011, Television, Isaac Johnson, LAW & ORDER, Kudos, Marisol Adler
2011, Television, Bernie, ONE NIGHT, BBC Television, David Jones
2010, Television, Anthony Madori (Semi Regular), DOCTORS, BBC Television, Ian Barber & Paul Gibson
2010, Television, Ainsley O' Connor, NEW TRICKS, Wall To Wall Ltd, Phil John
2009, Television, Christian, DR WHO, BBC Television, Adam Smith
2006, Television, Bryan Nolan, EASTENDERS (5 Episodes), BBC Television, Mark Sendell/Michael Owen Morris/Peter Rose
2006, Television, DC Nixon, HOLBY CITY (Series IX) Episodes 8,22 & 23, BBC Television, David Innis-Edwards/AJ Quinn/Fraser MacDonald
2004, Television, Mr Matthews, IN 2 MINDS, Richmond Film & Television, Andrew Morgan
2004, Television, Will, ROSE AND MALONEY, Storm Dog Films, Roger Gartland
2004, Television, Christian, SEA OF SOULS, BBC Scotland, Maurice Phillips
2003, Television, Craig Paterson, HOLBY CITY, BBC Television, Luke Watson
2003, Television, Asif Khan, THE BILL, Thames Television, Steve Kelly
2002, Television, Beasley, BURIED (BAFTA Winner 'Best Series'), World Productions, Kenny Glenaan
2002, Television, Shane, SECOND GENERATION, Oxford Film & television, Jon Sen
2000, Television, Leonardo, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, BBC Television, Trevor Nunn
Short Film
2016, Short Film, Hugh, After You, Superior Films & DAW, James Hughes
2016, Short Film, Adam, Do Not Disturb, Superior Films, James Hughes
2014, Short Film, Sancho, LICENTIA, Thin Man Press, Alex Walker
2010, Short Film, Scott, FREAKY DEAKY, Freaky Deaky Productions, Trevelyan Oliver
2007, Short Film, Charles, SELECTION, Wildwood Films, Toryn Westcott
2006, Short Film, Kervin, ''EXPLOSIONS'', Waveform Films, Hammad Khan
2017, Feature Film, Stan, Acceptable Damage, Rebel Without Crew, Lavinia Simina
2016, Film, Albany, King Lear, Talawa/Royal Exchange Theatre/Saffron Cherry TV, Bridget Caldwell
2004, Feature Film, Solar Plant Guard, SAHARA, Paramount Pictures, Breck Eisner
2000, Radio, Amiens, As You Like It, BBC Radio 3, kate Rowland
2000, Radio, Narrator, The Heart of Darkness, Fourth Wall 87.9 FM, Cathy Haynes/Sally O' Reily
1998, Radio, George, Something To Declare, BBC Radio, Marianne Nancarrow


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-African American, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Barbadian, Cockney, Ghanaian, Jamaican, London*, Nigerian, RP, South African
Performance:Actor-Singer, Autocue trained/experienced, Mask, Poetry Reading, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Football*, Pool, Running, Stage Combat
Other Skills:Improvisation, Narration


Manchester Metropolitan School of Tv & Theatre