Mark Lee

Mark has worked in film, television and theatre for over thirty years. Following a role in Peter Weir’s ‘Gallipoli’ (1981), he has appeared in the films, ‘Sahara’, ‘Love Stories’, ‘Chameleon’ ‘Emma’s War’ and ‘Blackwater Trail’. Television work includes ‘Vietnam’ (Kennedy/Miller), ‘Out There’ & ‘Crownies’ (ABC) , ‘Packed to the Rafters’ (Channel 7) and ‘Paper Giants 2 – Magazine Wars’ (ABC). In 2008 he narrated and presented the documentary ‘Not Forgotten’ (SBS). He is currently a regular guest on the series ‘A Place to Call Home’ on Foxtel – 2015/16.

Stage work includes ‘Long Day’s Journey into Night’ (QTC), ‘The Cobra’ (STC), ‘Hay Fever’ (Playhouse), ‘Miracle of the Rose’ (Belvoir St) ‘Unit 46’ (Director/lead – Sidetrack Theatre), ‘Men Of Honour’ (Ensemble Theatre), ‘The Time Machine’ (One man show @ Cat and Fiddle and Glenn St. Theatres, and most recently at 505 Theatre in 2012), ‘The Frail Man’ (Darlinghurst Theatre), and appeared as Charles Dickens in Simon Gray’s ‘Little Nell’(Ensemble Theatre), and as Major Thomas in ‘Breaker Morant’ (Seymour Centre). Malvolio in Sport For Jove’s ‘Twelfth Night’, 2012/13.

In 2013 he worked in David Williamson’s ‘Happiness’ at the Ensemble Theatre and as Shylock in the Sydney Shakespeare Company’s ‘Merchant of Venice’ at the Tap Gallery. In 2014 he performed in the role of Inspector Craddock in Agatha Christie’s ‘A Murder is Announced’ in Canberra and Perth (His Majestys) and in Howard Barker’s ‘Scenes From An Execution’ and in David Williamson’s ‘A Conversation’, for the Ensemble.

In 2002 he made his directing debut with the short films ‘At the Edge of the Bed’ (co-producer/director), ‘El Burro’ (director) and ‘Stranger so Familiar’ (writer/director). He directed his first feature film ‘The Bet’ (Gerrycan Productions), which was released nationally in 2007.



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