Mark Burdis (born 2 March 1968) is a prolific English actor who started his career at the age of six in 1974 in the Plague Of London (LWT).
He attended the Anna Scher Theatre in Islington London and received the Rowena Roberts comedy award from Michael Caine in 1986.
Burdis is most well known for his role as Christopher "Stewpot" Stewart in the BBC Television Children's show Grange Hill from 1981 to 1985. His later television work has included appearing in the award winning BBC Television Police mockumentary Operation Good Guys. He played the lead role of Pip in a BBC production of Great Expectations. He also appeared in many episodes of EastEnders playing Gary Rawlings (BBC) and played PC Naylor alongside David Jason in the series A Touch Of Frost (Yorkshire TV).
Mark also starred as Scatto in the BBC'S children's The Roman Mysteries.
He has also worked extensively in leading roles in numerous West End theatre productions such as A Slice of Saturday Night and The Good Woman of Sichuan.
Burdis had a leading role in Final Cut, starring Jude Law, Ray Winstone, and Kathy Burke; and starred in Love Honour And Obey, with Jude Law, Ray Winstone, and Johnny Lee Miller. Mark has a leading role in the 2013 movie "Still Waters" starring John Hannagh.
He has also been the voice over for major world brands most recently for Portugal Tourism.
He is a top boxing ring announcer for major British fights on TV.
- "Grange Hill Online website's "Roll Call" page.". Archived from the original on 8 December 2006. Retrieved 31 December 2006.
- ""The Krays" (1990) full credits page at the IMDB". Retrieved 1 January 2007.