Directing includes Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, Tricycle Theatre, London, The Grapes of Wrath for Storytellers, The Hunt for Red Willie at the Peacock Theatre, and Lovers at Versailles for the Abbey Theatre.
Film/Television credits include:
Agatha and the Curse of Ishtar (Channel 5), The Bailout (TV3), Women on the Verge (Deadpan), Nowhere Fast, Fair City (RTÉ), The Journey (IFC Films), Rebellion, Roy (RTÉ), An Crisis (TG4), Raw (RTÉ), 13 Steps Down (ITV), Hidden (BBC One), The Last Templar (NBC), Heartbeat (ITV), Single-Handed (RTÉ), The Tudors (Showtime), Inspector George Gently (BBC), The Tiger’s Tail (Merlin Films), Breakfast on Pluto (Sony), Veronica Guerin (Touchstone Pictures), Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honour (A+E Networks), Evelyn (United Artists) & Borstal Boy (Dakota Films). Mark was last seen on screen in The South Westerlies for RTÉ One.
Theatre credits include:
The Ferryman (Jacobs Theatre, Gielgud Theatre, Royal Court Theatre), The Phlebotomist (Hampstead Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest, Romeo and Juliet (Gate Theatre), Heartbreak House, The Dead (Abbey Theatre), Dubliners (Dublin Theatre Festival), Plaza Suite (Rough Magic), Those Sick and Indignant (Gaiety Theatre), 16 Possible Glimpses (Abbey Theatre), Brighton (Theatre Royal, Waterford), Big Ole Piece of Cake (Fishamble), The Gigli Concert (Druid Theatre), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Project Theatre), The Weir, Festen (Gate Theatre), Enlightenment, Hamlet (Abbey Theatre), All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC), Ariel, Barbaric Comedies (Irish Times Award Nomination) (Abbey Theatre), Memory of Water (Vaudeville Theatre), The Spirit of Annie Ross (Gate Theatre), Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Young Vic), Molly Sweeney (Almeida/Gate Theatre) & Juno & the Paycock (Albery Theatre, Olivier Award Nomination). Mark was last seen on stage as Judge Turpin in Theater Orchester Biel Solothurn’s touring production of Sweeney Todd.