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4 November 1988
Manchester, United Kingdom
|Years active||2006 - present|
Silcock studied acting at City College, Manchester and has a Diploma in Performing Arts.
Silcock joined the cast of Emmerdale as Josh Hope in 2001. He played the role of Eli in Hollyoaks from 2008 to 2009. Silcock also played Anthony Sugden in Waterloo Road, Fergal Maguire in Shameless and a hotel desk boy in The Innocence Project.
In March 2010, it was announced that Silcock had rejoined the cast of Emmerdale, this time as Jackson Walsh, a potential love interest for Aaron Livesy (Danny Miller). Silcock filmed his final scenes for the show on 14 May 2011. He described his character's exit as "memorable", but refused to comment on how he would leave the soap. Marc Silcock ...Privates TV series.... Lance Corporal Jimmy Hobbs (5 episodes, 2013)
Awards & Nominations
|Year||Result||Award||Category||Film or series||Character|
|2009||Nominated||British Soap Awards||Best On-Screen Partnership
(Nico Mirallegro & Marc Silcock / Newt & Eli)
|2010||Nominated||Inside Soap Awards||Best Newcomer||Emmerdale||Jackson Walsh|
|2011||Nominated||National Television Awards||Most Popular Newcomer||Emmerdale||Jackson Walsh|
|Won||All About Soap Awards||Best Newcomer|
|Nominated||Inside Soap Awards||Best Exit|
Note: At the 2011 British Soap Awards, the train crash, (which involved Silcock's character) was nominated for Spectacular Scene of the Year. This nomination went to the director, Duncan Foster. At the 2012 British Soap Awards Jackson's Choice won Best Storyline, Mark Silcock accepted the award on behalf of Emmerdale, however the award is in fact credited to the Emmerdale Production Team.
- Green, Kris (2 March 2010). "Exclusive: New gay character for 'Emmerdale'". Digital Spy. Hachette Filipacchi UK. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- Sperling, Daniel (3 April 2011). "Marc Silcock: Jackson Exit Will Be Memorable". Digital Spy. Hachette Filipacchi UK. Retrieved 3 April 2011.