Mark Wakeling

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Mark Wakeling
Born (1971-10-11) October 11, 1971 (age 43)
Occupation actor

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

Biography[edit]

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.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
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
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

References[edit]

Mark Wakeling Fellowship (unofficial yahoo group) http://groups.yahoo.com/group/markwakelingfellowship

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