Mark Meadows

Previously at Chichester Thomas Winter in 5/11 (Festival Theatre); Burgundy in King Lear and Jean Cocteau/Dave Scherman in Six Pictures of Lee Miller (Minerva Theatre).

Theatre includes Tartuffe in Tartuffe (Tobacco Factory); Albert Harris/Marquis de Chassagne in Flowers for Mrs Harris and George Kittredge in High Society (Sheffield Crucible); Sprocket/Roger in The Magna Carta Plays, Jocelin in The Spire, Alfie Byrne in A Man of No Importance, Mr Tillotson in Epsom Downs and Dr John Hall in The Herbal Bed (Salisbury Playhouse); Senator Fipp in Urinetown (Apollo Theatre and St James Theatre); Hubert in King John (Shakespeare's Globe); Clarence in Richard III (Trafalgar Studios); Inspector Gale in The Thrill of Love (New Vic Theatre Stoke); Ariel in The Tempest (Theatre Royal Bath); Jack in Goodbye Barcelona (Arcola Theatre); Frank Lockwood in Betty Blue Eyes (Novello Theatre); Rochefort in The Three Musketeers (Rose Theatre Kingston); Spini in The Giant (Hampstead Theatre); Banquo in Macbeth and Oberon/Theseus in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre); Von Hussler/George Banks in Mary Poppins (Prince Edward Theatre); Lord Morton in Longitude (Greenwich Theatre); The Wreck in Wonderful Town (Grange Park Opera); Cliff in Look Back in Anger, Cabbage Water in Up the Feeder, Scott in Aeroplane Bones and Pablo Gonzales in A Streetcar Named Desire (Bristol Old Vic).

Television includes Kiri, Doctors, EastEnders, Casualty.

Radio includes The It Not Now, When?, The Good Companions, Company.

Films include Letters from Baghdad, Nicholas Nickleby, High Heels and Low Lifes. Trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.