Mark O'Toole (musician)

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Mark O'Toole
Born (1964-01-06) 6 January 1964 (age 50)
Walton, Liverpool, England
Origin England
Genres Dance, house, synthpop, new wave, pop rock
Occupation(s) Musician, guitarist, bassist
Labels MCA Records, ZTT Records
Associated acts Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Mark William James O'Toole (born 6 January 1964, Liverpool, England) is the former bassist and a founding member of 1980s pop band, Frankie Goes to Hollywood.[1] His elder brother Gerald `Jed`O`Toole also was a member of FGTH, but soon left the band.[citation needed]

A musician from an early age, O'Toole co-wrote all of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's hits such as "Relax", "Two Tribes" and "The Power of Love".[citation needed]

Frankie Goes to Hollywood primarily enjoyed success in 1984, at one time occupying the top two places in the UK Singles Chart. The band split in 1987.[citation needed]

O'Toole currently lives in Hollywood, Florida, USA with his wife and son.[citation needed]

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