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Mark Greenstreet (born 19 April 1960) is a British actor who first came to prominence in the 1985 BBC television serial Brat Farrar. First and foremost a stage actor, Greenstreet played many of the great leading roles from the works of Shakespeare, Chekhov and Ibsen to Orton, Wilde and Coward in the UK and around the world in the 1980s and 1990s.
His most high-profile screen role is probably the part of Mike Hardy in the BBC horseracing drama Trainer, which was shown from 1991 to 1992. In 1986 he auditioned for the part of James Bond in The Living Daylights. Fans of the science fiction series Doctor Who will remember Greenstreet's performance as Ikona in the 1987 serial Time and the Rani.
He directed and co-wrote his first feature film Caught in the Act in 1995, wrote and directed the highly acclaimed short film The 13th Protocol in 2005 and wrote and directed the psychological thriller "Silent Hours" starring James Weber Brown, Dervla Kirwan, Indira Varma and Hugh Bonneville in 2015.
Mark is the great-nephew of actor Sydney Greenstreet.
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