Mark Dickinson


Based in Melbourne, Australia, Mark spent eight years living and working on London’s West End where his credits include Irving Berlin’s White Christmas as “Sheldrake”, the original UK cast of Disney’s High School Musical as “Coach Bolton”, the original West End cast of The Drowsy Chaperone and Les Miserables including a performance for the Royal Family at Windsor Castle.

Since returning to Australia his credits include Twelfth Night, As You Like It and Hamlet for the Australian Shakespeare Company, Godspell, Assassins, Company, CHESS, Guys and Dolls, Promises, Promises, Rules for Living, Paris – A Rock Odyssey and the Australian Premieres of Sunset Boulevard, Beauty and the Beast and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. He has also appeared in the highly successful Pop Up Globe, in Othello and Much Ado About Nothing.

Film and TV credits include The Very Excellent Mr Dundee, Wentworth, The Leftovers (HBO), The Divorce, A Journey Through Time With Anthony, Stories I Want To Tell You In Person, House Husbands, Ned, South Pacific, Digital Memory, The Damnation of Harvey McHugh and The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber Masterpiece in Beijing (DVD), singing Love Changes Everything. Regular TV viewers in Australia will also recognise him for his performance as Dr Brian Ironwood, the face of Beyond Blue’s Mantherapy campaign.

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