Born in York, England, on January 14, 1964, Mark Ian Addy is an English on-screen character. His family lived in York since 1910, when his extraordinary granddad was living there. His dad Ian went through his working time on earth as a glazier at York Minster. Addy completed his schooling at Nunthorpe Grammar School, and from 1982 to 1984 went to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. In 1987, he debuted on the television with The Ritz, followed by A Very Peculiar Practice in 1988 by Andrew Davies.
This trailed by TV exhibitions in shows, for example, Heartbeat by Gerry Mill and Keith Richardson, Trollied, Band of Gold, Sunnyside Farm, Married... with Children, Too Much Sun, Peak Practice, The Thin Blue Line and most as of late The Syndicate for the BBC channel. Mark acted as a Bill Miller in a sitcom named
and played character Detective Boyle in the second arrangement of the British sitcom title The Thin Blue Line.
He additionally showed up on ITV1's satire dramatization arrangement Bonkers, and another ITV comic drama dramatization, Bike Squad, in mid-2008 as Sergeant John Rook. Since 2009, Addy featured with Fay Ripley in a progression of adverts for the relaunched Tesco Clubcard. He worked with Robert Baratheon in the HBO arrangement named Game of Thrones. Addy's try out for the part was by showrunners D. B. Weiss and David Benioff the best they saw, him being the most effortless performing artist to cast for the show.
He played Hercules, one of the lead characters in the dramatization arrangement named Atlantis on BBC One, which began airing in the UK on 28 Septemberof 2013. In the BBC Television show, New Blood in 2016 highlighting youthful investigators from the London Police Service and the Serious Fraud Office, Addy acted as D.S. Derek Sands. In the movie, Addy worked as a part in The Full Monty and played the character Fred Flintstone in the motion picture The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas in 2000. In that part, and additionally in sitcom Still Standing, he appeared as an industrial American.
He acted as Mac McArthur in the movie Jack Frost in 1998. Mark worked in A Knight's Tale as Roland and a steward of Chris Rock's character in the motion picture Down to Earth in 2001. In Down to Earth, his role that deceived the American people as British. Addy acted as David Philby in The Time Machine and showed up in Around the World in 80 Days with
and Jackie Chanas the Ship Captain. He showed up as Friar Tuck in the movie
in 2010. Addy worked as Kevin Snell in the restoration of Donkeys' Years in 2006 at the Comedy Theater in London.
In 2007 and 2008, he showed up as Dogberry at the National Theater in Much Ado About Nothing and also in Framas Hjalmar Johansen. In 2011, he acted as Vladimir, an NKVD officer, in Collaborators at the National Theater, which likewise highlighted in the National Theater Live program, where live exhibitions communicated to films around the world. In 2016, Addy showed up in The Nap at Sheffield Crucible by Richard Bean with Ralf Little and Jack O'Connell, coordinated by Richard Wilson.