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Mark Pearce is a London-based actor.
Credits include Les Miserables (Sondheim), The Wedding Singer (Curve Theatre, Leicester), Hospital Ghost in the original cast of Ghost, This Is Elvis, Maggie May (Finborough Theatre), Fanny and Stella (Above the Stag), The Blues Brothers (Arts Theatre), Bugle Boy (Leicester Square), Wild Thing in Carnaby Street (Hackney Empire/UK tour), Wink the Other Eye (Wilton’s Music Hall) and The Firebird (The Watermill).
Mark is a regular actor and a director on the Panto circuit. He’s played lead comic for the last 12 seasons, from Buttons in Cinderella (The Lowry) to Sleeping Beauty (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick), Aladdin (Lighthouse Theatre, Kettering) and Snow White (Hayes Beck/Qdos).
Other credits include: A Night in Provence (Mill at Sonning), Fletcher in Porridge (The Lowry), Mamaji in Life of Pi (Greenwich), Feste in Twelfth Night (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), The BFG (Dukes, Lancaster), Dangerous Lady (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Up’N’Under (Chesterfield Pomegranate), ’Allo ‘Allo! (UK tour) and Run for Your Wife (Vienna’s English Theatre).
Television includes: Hornblower, Strutter, Crimewatch and Win, Lose or Draw.
Commercial work includes: Swiss tourism campaign, Branflakes, Genes Reunited, Nige Lawson for Virgin Trains,
the Mariachi in the McCoy’s Muchos advert and Capital One commercial.
In October 2010 Cameron Mackintosh's legendary production of Boublil and Schonberg's Les Misérables celebrated its 25th anniversary in London and is now the world's longest-running musical. This international award-winning musical sweeps its audience through an epic tale of passion and destruction, against the backdrop of a nation in the grip of r...
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Can Boublil and Schönberg’s Les Misérables get any more popular? Perhaps it can with the just-announced new cast starring in the musical at the newly reburbished Sondheim Theatre, reopening on 18 December 2019. Just imagine Bradley Jaden as Javert confronting Jon Robyns as Jean Valjean. Are you booking already?