A Christmas Carol

Mark Gaitiss


Mark has a long and varied career as a critically acclaimed actor as well as a writer, director and producer behind the camera.

Writer credits include: Sherlock, Doctor Who, The League of Gentlemen, Dracula, Count Magnus, The Amazing Mr Blunden, The Mezzotint, Martin’s Close, The Dead Room, Queers, The Tractate Middoth, An Adventure in Space and Time, The First Men in the Moon, Poirot, The Worst Journey in the World, and Lot No. 239.

Theatre credits include: Hallowe’en Ghost Stories, The Madness of George III (Nottingham Playhouse); The Boys in the Band (Park Theatre/Vaudeville); Three Days in the Country – Olivier Award Winner for Best Supporting Actor, Season’s Greetings (National Theatre); The Vote, Coriolanus, The Recruiting Officer (Donmar Warehouse); 55 Days (Hampstead Theatre); All About My Mother (Old Vic Theatre); The League of Gentlemen (National Tour), Art (Whitehall Theatre), and The Way Old Friends Do (Birmingham Rep & West End).

Television credits include: Dracula (BBC/Netflix); Good Omens, Doctor Who, Against the Law, The League of Gentlemen, Taboo, Mapp and Lucia, Sherlock, Horrible Histories, George Gently, Being Human, Worried About the Boy, The First Men in the Moon, The Forgotten Fallen, Crooked House, Psychoville (BBC); Gunpowder; London Spy; Coalition (Cuba); Wolf Hall (Company Pictures); Game of Thrones (HBO/Sky); Psychobitches (Sky Arts), and The Crimson Petal and the White (Origin Pictures), and Poirot (ITV).

Film credits include: The Father (Lionsgate); Operation Mincemeat (Warner Brothers/Netflix); The Road Dance (Sheridan Road Productions); Christopher Robin (Disney); The Mercy (Blueprint Pictures); The Favourite (Element Pictures); Denial (Krasnoff Foster Entertainment); Dad’s Army (DJ Films); Our Kind of Traitor (Ealing Studios); Match Point (BBC Films); The League of Gentlemen’s Apocalypse (Universal); The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (Everyman Pictures); Shaun of the Dead (Big Talk Productions); Bright Young Things (Doubting Hall), and Starter For Ten (HBO Films).