Mark Faith has performed on many of the UK’s most prestigious stages. From his part in The Admirable Crichton, which in 1988 transferred from Wales’ Theatr Clwyd to the...Read More
Mark Faith has performed on many of the UK’s most prestigious stages. From his part in The Admirable Crichton, which in 1988 transferred from Wales’ Theatr Clwyd to the Theatre Royal Haymarket in the West End, to The Horse and His Boy in 1990 which went on a UK Tour and had a stint at the Hammersmith Apollo, Faith has appeared in a variety of spaces.
He had repeated appearances at the Arts Theatre between 1992 and 1994, went on early tours with Copacabana (1996 and 2003), Fame (1997), and has had a number of West End stints, such as in Lady Windermere’s Fan at Theatre Royal Haymarket (1998), and Homage to a Queen at the Criterion Theatre (2002).
Recent work has been predominantly on large scale musical productions. He played Fusco and Frank Snr in Saturday Night Fever between 2004-2006, touring the UK and at the Apollo Victoria Theatre; worked on Mary Poppins 2006-2008 at the Prince Edward Theatre; was in The Phantom of the Opera 2009-2010 at Her Majesty’s Theatre; and played Mr Schumacher in Dirty Dancing 2011-2012 on its UK tour.
Television work includes Laura and Disorder (1989), The Blood Knot (1990), Crossroads 2 (2001), The Hutton Enquiry (2003), and Empire of the Word (2008). He has appeared in documentaries Dispatches (1994) and as a narrator on Living Flame (2008). Radio work with the BBC includes A Man Called Rejoice (2003), Taxi, and Banana Republic (both 2004).Read Less
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