Mark Strange Actor Biography

Mark Strange by Adam CrowtherBiography and site copy produced for British Martial Arts actor, Mark Strange

Mark Strange is an Action Actor with extensive experience in Martial Arts and film. Having competed as a Martial Arts Champion all over the world and earning titles as the Euro-British Full Contact Champion and MAI National Chinese Forms Champion, Mark pursued a lifelong interest in film and made the transition to acting.

Having appeared in Twins Effect (working under action director Donnie Yen) and The Medallion (alongside Jackie Chan), Mark also landed a role in Batman Begins and played the lead in Displaced, a British action film featuring Sir Ian McKellen (Lord of the Rings, X-Men). Continuing this success, Mark went on to star in 12 (Twelve), one of the most successful British action films of all time. He followed this by co-starring in Bodyguard: A New Beginning, a gritty action-drama shot in the UK and Hong Kong and featuring a star cast of movie legends, including Richard Ng (Sammo Hung’s Winners and Sinners) and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Mortal Kombat).

Recently, Mark featured in the action-drama Best Laid Plans alongside Stephen Graham (Snatch, This Is England) Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (GI Joe: Rise Of The Cobra) and David O’Hara (The Departed), and was brought on board to choreograph the action of the horror sequel, World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries and also the forthcoming horror The Thompsons directed by the Butcher Brothers (The Hamiltons).

Mark is keen to take his unique brand of action to the next level. Meanwhile, Mark frequently appears in Martial Arts, film and fitness press, called upon for his expertise and knowledge in the health & fitness and film industries. Mark has also been inducted into the prestigious Martial Arts Illustrated Hall of Fame. He has appeared on the cover and in magazines like Martial Arts Illustrated, Fighters Only, Combat and online men’s magazine, AskMen.

For more information on Mark and to visit his site, click here

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