"It's rare to see a comedian really grab an audience by the balls and take them on the ride with them, but that's what you get with Mark. From the second he steps on stage you notice him. He's everything that a TV comic would love to be; clever, fearless, constantly improving and in less than a year of gigging, he has left a massive stamp on the circuit, which gets bigger with every gig" - Just For Laughs
For the last few years Mark has been plying his comedy trade across the UK. Constantly evolving, usually unpredictable; he is garnering positive reactions everywhere he goes.
During this time Mark has shared the bill with likes of Gary Delaney, Shazia Mirza, Nick Helm & Isy Suttie. In 2010 he was one quarter of the Edinburgh Fringe Show “No Free Lunch” and returned in 2011 with the show “Journey to the Centre of Somewhere.”
A gay comedian who bucks the trend by being about as camp as a Die Hard boxset, Mark thrills crowds with his tales of dead end jobs, his family, being the less than grateful winner of Bedford Comedian of the Year (although we're quite proud of his win) as well as his sexuality.