Paul Mark Elliott

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Paul-Mark Elliott
Other namesMark Elliott

Paul Mark Elliott is a British actor who has appeared in several television comedies and dramas. He is sometimes credited as Mark Elliott, or with the hyphen in his first name as Paul-Mark Elliot.[1]

He had several small parts in shows during the 1980s, including in Blake's 7, The Comic Strip Presents and Blackadder Goes Forth.

After appearing in the 1991 episode of Press Gang “Holding On”, he went on to play estate agent Trevor, Becky's (Fiona Gillies) lover, in two seasons of Steven Moffat’s Joking Apart.

As the crazed guitarist Bernie Cosmos he destroyed VU meters in the partially-improvised comedy 1994 film There's No Business..., starring Raw Sex (Simon Brint and Rowland Rivron) and The Oblivion Boys.

He appeared in Absolutely Fabulous, Murder Most Horrid, Holding the Baby and Baddiel's Syndrome.

In 2001, he appeared in Spaced and as Fenton Beasley in the famous "Pædophilia" episode of Brass Eye.

In the 2000s. he has mainly acted in straight dramas, in shows including The Bill, Holby City and Doctors. He also narrated the five programme, "Daniella Westbrook: EastEnders, drugs and my new nose", in October 2005.


  1. ^ "Lovejoy (Pig in a Poke)". BBC Genome. 2 September 1993. Retrieved 27 March 2018.

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