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Mark Wood Aberdeen Actor


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Aberdonian actor Mark Wood started his acting career whilst still at acting school. His productions with the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) from 2002 - 2005 included Twelfth Night (Sir Andrew), The Seagull (Konstantin) and Aladdin (Widow Twanky).


Mark was brought up in Torry.



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Acting Career Of Mark Wood


He soon moved to theatre work with production companies such as the Oxford Stage Company and Traverse Theatre. He appeared in productions of Men Should Weep (Alec), One Day All This Will Come To Nothing (Adam) and Kings O'The Midden.


Mark's first TV appearance was in Taggart for SMG Television Productions. He played Matheson.


Mark Wood has starred in four of fellow Aberdonian Lee Hutcheon's films which were My Brother's Keeper, In A Mans World (Rasputin), Disturbed Silence (Arthur Jackson) and Vendetta (John). Mark has also had roles in other films which include Merry Christmas and Hindsight (David).


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