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Jones, Mark Lewis

JONES, Mark Lewis


Education: Trained with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Career: Actor.


Television Appearances; Series:

Dale, This Life, BBC America, 1996–1997.

David Ancrom, The Knock, Independent Television, 1998.

Des Davies, The Bench, BBC Wales, beginning 2001.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Mopsus, Jason and the Argonauts, NBC, 2000.

Arthur Brownlow, The Infinite Worlds of H. G. Wells, The Hallmark Channel, 2001.

Dunk, Tales from Pleasure Beach, BBC Wales, 2001.

Uther Pendragon, The Mists of Avalon (also known as Die Nebel von Avalon), TNT, 2001.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Danus, The Shell Seekers, ABC, 1989.

Ieuan, Heartland, BBC, 1989.

The Angry Earth, Channel 4 (England), 1989.

Royal marine major Reggie Ingleton, Heroes II: The Return, 10 Network (Australia), 1990.

Tony, Score, BBC, 2001.

Huw Morgan, Lenny Blue, Granada Television, 2002.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Terry Gilzean, "A Watch & Chain of Course," Between the Lines, BBC, 1992.

Geraint Humphries, "Son of His Works," A Mind to Kill, Channel 5 and Channel 3 (England), 1994.

Captain Jonathan Bell, "Delayed Action," Soldier Soldier, Central Independent Television, 1995.

Detective inspector Dicky Sutton, "Trial," Dangerfield, BBC, 1996.

Brian Price, "Getting Better," Where the Heart Is, Independent Television, 2000.

Gethin Purse, "The Little House in the Forest," A Mind to Kill, Channel 5 and Channel 3, 2002.

Reece King, "Secrets and Lies," Holby City, BBC, 2002.

Mark Wooley, "I Spy Apocalypse," Spooks (also known as MI–5), BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 2003.

Sergeant Gary Jennings, "H–Hour," Red Cap, BBC, 2003.

Simpson, "Go Ask Alice," Murphy's Law, 2004.

Appeared in episodes of other series, including Casualty, BBC.

Television Appearances; Other:

Appeared in Trail of Guilt, BBC; and in Gaslight and Candles.

Film Appearances:

Godfrey, Morons from Outer Space, Universal, 1985.

Dr. Lloyd, Paper Mask, Castle Hill, 1991.

Crad Rees, Solomon and Gaenor, Sony Pictures Classics, 2000.

Mr. Hogg (a whaler), Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Twentieth Century–Fox, 2003.

Tecton, Troy, Warner Bros., 2004.

Stage Appearances:

Lord Grey and Henry (earl of Richmond), Richard III, Royal Shakespeare Company, London, 1993.

Leontes, The Winter's Tale, Globe Theatre, London, 1997.

Milantius, The Maid's Tragedy, Globe Theatre, 1997.

Mark Antony, Julius Caesar, Globe Theatre, 1999.

Taurus, Diomedes, and Sextus Pompeius, Antony and Cleopatra, Globe Theatre, 1999.

Appeared as Billy, Cardiff East, as Willy Nilly, Under Milk Wood, and as Bonario, Volpone, all National Theatre, London; as Costard, Love's Labour's Lost, as Lorenzo, The Merchant of Venice, and as Ferdinand, The Tempest, all Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford–upon–Avon, England; as Tristram, Morte d'Arthur, and as Florizel and Antigonas, The Winter's Tale, both Lyric Theatre, London; as Aston, The Caretaker, Cardiff, Wales; as a pioneer, Ingolstadt, Gate Theatre; and as Danton and father, Snow Palace, Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn, Yorkshire, England.

Radio Appearances:

Appeared in radio broadcasts of Cadfael and Cocaine.

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