Mark Conaghan

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Mark Conaghan
Born (1975-08-23) 23 August 1975 (age 42)
Rockhampton, Australia

Mark Conaghan (born 23 August 1975) is an Australian stage, television and film actor, best known for his theatre acting and directing in Brisbane. He has recently been cast in the 2007 Australian production of the musical Spamalot. Mark now works as a Drama teacher at McAuley Catholic College and has recently directed "A Midsummer Night's Dream".


2016 Much Ado About Nothing Borachio
2007 Spamalot Prince Herbert
2007 Closer Directed by Mark Conaghan
2006 Perfect Skin Oscar Directed by Scott Witt (La Boite Theatre)
2006 Absurd Person Singular Sidney Directed by Michael Gow (Queensland Theatre Company)
2005 Into the Woods The Baker Directed by Tim O'Connor (Harvest Rain Theatre Company)
2005 The Taming of the Shrew Directed by Mark Conaghan (Harvest Rain Theatre Company)
2005 Bitin' Back Trevor / Isaac / Darryl Edge Directed by Wesley Enoch (Kooemba Jdarra Theatre Company)
2004 Zig Zag Street Richard Derrington Directed by Jean-Marc Russ (La Boite Theatre)
2004 The Venetian Twins Alecchino Directed by Michael Gow (Queensland Theatre Company)
2003 The Road to the She Devil's Salon Harley / Brewster / Col Directed by Scott Witt (Queensland Theatre Company)
2003 The Orphanage Project Directed by Leticia Caceres (Queensland Theatre Company)
2003 We Were Dancing Directed by Michael Gow (Queensland Theatre Company)
2002 The Tale Of Monkey and His Magic Journey to the West Pigsy Directed by Bryan Nason (Grin and Tonic Theatre Company / Brisbane Festival)
1999 The Importance of Being Earnest Algernon Directed by Jack Bradford (Harvest Rain Theatre Company)
1999 Singin' in the Rain Cosmo Brown Directed by Andrew Miller (Ocean Theatre Company)


Year Title Role Other notes
2004 Through My Eyes John Cormack Directed by Di Drew for Liberty and Beyond Television


Year Title Role Other notes
2012 Tender Frank Produced by Liz Tomkins, Directed by David Pawsey

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