Jo Hole Associates

Agent: Jo Hole Associates
London Office: 07746 107777 / [email protected]
Northern Ireland Branch: 07746 107777 / [email protected]

MARK CAREY is from Devon and trained at The Royal Central School leaving in 1983

He has worked in Ludlow, Derby, Exeter, Northampton, Westcliff, Newbury, Nottingham, York, Coventry, MAC Birmingham, The Orange Tree Richmond, The Southwark Playhouse, The Arts Theatre as well as on tour and in the west end.

At the Cheltenham Everyman Mark has appeared in Dick Wittington, Death of a Salesman, Larkrise and Twelfth Night. He played Frank in Educating Rita, the Mayor in The Tailor of Gloucester, Lomov in the Proposal and Grigori in The Bear. His one man show Into the Breach started at Cheltenham and has subsequently toured all over the country.

As a member of the Royal National Theatre Company Mark worked on Betrayal, The Relapse and The Merchant of Venice all for Trevor Nunn. Mark played Macbeth, Bottom, The Inspector in An Inspector Calls, Stephano in The Tempest and Torvald in A Dolls House at the Bridge House Theatre in Warwick.

On TV he has appeared in The Invincibles, Widows, Murphy’s Law, Underbelly, London’s Burning and most recently Doctors and Luther.

Marks many Radio appearances include Wuthering Heights, Ashes to Antarctica, The Kingsnorth Six, and the Archers. Mark was John Rossiter in Homefront.

Mark has written many plays including Body Double (National Tour) Keeping our End up (Loft Theatre) Fire at the Clarence and Dick Whittington (Cygnet Exeter) Over the purple Moor (Bike Shed) Magic Moments (Rural Warwickshire) Back from the Front (Cheddar Arts). The Last Country House, BBC radio four.

Nationality: British
Bases: London, Warwickshire, Torbay
Featured Credits
George Crocker in INTO THE BREACH
Timothy Watson/Northampton Playhouse
Various Roles (lead) in BACK FROM THE FRONT
Gill Scard/Kings Theatre
Aleks in ALL IS WELL
Mark Evans/MAC Birmingham/Shopfront Theatre Coventry
Hector Bouchard in WATCHING OUT
Paul Milton/Everyman
Alison Sutcliffe/Everyman
Ivan Vassilevitch Lomov in THE PROPOSAL (CHEKHOV SHORTS)
Alison Sutcliffe/Everyman