Mark Wakeling

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Mark Wakeling
Born (1971-10-11) October 11, 1971 (age 45)
Occupation actor

Mark Wakeling (born 11 October 1971) is a British actor and founder of The Actors Temple in London.


After serving as an officer in the Coldstream Guards Wakeling trained as an actor at The Poor School in London, graduating in 1998. [1] He founded The Actors' Temple in 2003 and has since trained under Tom Radcliffe. As well as being a working actor, Wakeling founded The Actors' Temple with Ellie Zeegen and teaches Meisner there.[2] He has worked with Ken Loach on The Wind That Shakes The Barley and played the part of Captain Tom Ryan in Series 1 of ITV’s Primeval which premiered in 2007. However, Mark's character died at the end of the first series, so didn't return when the second series aired in 2008.

The Actors' Temple[edit]

Mark Wakeling is the co-founder and co-director of The Actors' Temple studio which offers a full training for professional actors enabling them to practice their craft on a daily basis.


Year Film Role Notes
2000 In Defence PC Crispin Mills
Shiner TV Cameraman
2001 Never Say Never Mind: The Swedish Bikini Team Richard
Sword of Honour Halberdier sergeant
Band of Brothers: Day of Days Pilot - Plane 66
2002 Woman X
Doctors: Borrowed Time Nathan
Prick Rob
2003 Two Minutes After Midnight the angel
2004 Footballer's Wives: Series 3 - Episode 3 Doctor Wilson
2005 L.V.J. Police Sniper
The STDers Richard Creek
Love Soup: Series 1 - Episodes 1 and 2 Greg
Peep Show: Series 3 - Episode 1 Stu
2006 Cut Sleeve Boys Antoine
The Wind That Shakes the Barley Captain Harris
La Petite Mort Lead
2007 Primeval: Series 1 - Episodes 1-6 Captain Tom Ryan
2008 Doctors: Up Close and Personal Hadley Stephens
Quantum of Solace MI6 agent
2009 EastEnders: Airdate 28 July 2009 Luke
2015 Spooks: The Greater Good Armed Policeman
Luck Luke


Mark Wakeling Fellowship (unofficial yahoo group)

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