Mark Holden

James Morse

Mark Holden is happy to be back in London’s West End. He most recently played Bill Devaney in The Bodyguard Musical at the Dominion Theatre, the Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto, Canada, and on a UK tour.

Other theatre credits include: Mr Myers in Fame, The Musical (UK Tour), Aslan in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (Palace Theatre, Southend), Baloo in The Jungle Book (UK Tour). In Canada, Mark played the Prince of Morocco in The Merchant of Venice, and Conrad in Much Ado About Nothing at the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia. He also played Villac Umu in Peter Shaffer’s The Royal Hunt of the Sun, MacBeth, La Bête, Caesar and Cleopatra, Wait Until Dark, Oliver, and The Cherry Orchard at the Citadel Theatre in
Edmonton, Alberta.

Television credits include: Wilf in the upcoming season 2 of Sky One’s series, A Discovery of Witches, John Lynn in Fox’s series Deep State, Martin Sinclair in Sky Atlantic’s series Riviera, John Lewis Nelson in Channel 5’s dock-drama The Prince Story: Icon, Genius…Slave, Evan Clark in the independent series No Easy Days, 24: Live Another Day, Doctors, and Casualty. In Canada,
Mark played Korra in Stargate SG-1, Brother Thaddeus Blake in Andromeda, and X-Files.

Film credits include: Supporting lead role of Mitchell in the upcoming independent feature Ria, Eric Wellman in The Infiltrator, Commander Robert McGee in a planetarium full dome film Mars 1001, Captain Phillips, World War Z, Final Destination, Grant in Epicenter, Roy Freeman in The Stickup, and Jeff From IT in the zombie comedy feature Stalled.

Mark can be heard voicing roles in the following video games: Boyer “Boston” Reed in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Kyrrk Tast in Galaxy on Fire 3: Manticore, Sidney Cook and James Johnson in Homefront: The Revolution, ISA Assault Captain in Killzone Mercenary and many more.

Mark is an international award winning short film maker with The Double Deal, in which he wrote, produced and starred, and brought into the fold several actor friends he’d worked with on
previous projects. It has been viewed over 1,100 times on YouTube over the past year.

Mark would like to thank his wife Patsy and twin boys Tyler and Morgan for their undying love and support.

Instagram: @realmarkholden
Twitter: @markholden4real

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