Mark Perry (impressionist)

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Mark Perry (born Phillip Perry[1]) is a British impressionist and his notable impressions include David Dickinson, John Prescott and Robin Cook. Perry is known for playing various public figures in Dead Ringers and 2DTV.[2]

In 2007 he appeared in the radio comedy Bleak Expectations. He has won several awards, including a Sony Radio Award for Dead Ringers (2000), a BAFTA for Double Take and Golden Rose of Montreux for 2DTV.[3] He can also be seen as an extra playing a Gallifreyan Guard in the 1983 Doctor Who story Arc of Infinity. He was recently heard as Gerry (temporary chairman of the board of directors of Borchester Land) in the BBC Radio 4 soap The Archers.

Perry is involved with the charities NCH and The Heritage Foundation.[3]

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  1. ^ Arena: Meet the Dead Ringers. BBC Four, 1 October 2007.
  2. ^ New Statesman - Volume 139- Page 13 2010 "Mark Perry, star of the TV and radio series Dead Ringers, was offered a slice of Ashcroft's zillions to impersonate the dour Broon. David Cameron never tires of telling us how he deplores Labour's negative campaigning but it's a safe bet that "
  3. ^ a b PERRY, Mark (né Philip Perry), Debrett's People of Today, November 2007.

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