Mark Pearce biography Mark Pearce is a British actor. Born in Coventry, England in 1976, he is currently based in Greater London. Apart from acting in numerous popular musicals and stage shows, Mark has also appeared in TV shows, commercials, and worked as a voiceover artist. He is a regular director and actor in the British Panto circuit and played lead comic roles for the last 12 seasons in popular shows, including Cinderella, Aladdin, and Sleeping Beauty. Currently, he performs in the West End in the classic musical Les Miserables as Brujon and Larry Bronx in the musical 'Bugle Boy'. Training: Mark graduated from University College of St. Martin's Lancaster with a degree in English and Drama. Further, he received his professional training in acting from the Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre: His notable theatre credits include King Rat in Dick Whittington, Mamaji in Life of Pi, Genie in Aladdin, Wild Things in Carnaby Street, Buttons in Cinderella, Dimitri in Dangerous Lady, Bottom in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hospital Ghost in Ghost: The Musical, Jake Blues in The Blues Brothers, Bertorelli in 'Allo 'Allo. Films: His film credits include playing the role of Dave in Sam Jackson's Secret Video Diary, Jackson in The Lark, and Director of Visions of Ibiza Vol.1 and Visions of Ibiza: Vol. 2 (Video documentary). TV and Other Credits: Mark appeared in several TV shows, including Hornblower, Strutter, Crimewatch, and Win, Lose or Draw. He also worked as a voiceover artist in several video games, such as Venetica (Xbox 360), Ankh 3, and Risen 3.