As a stand up Mark has reached the final of So You Think You’re Funny (2009), appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Three) and written and performed three successful hour-long Edinburgh shows. He has appeared as an actor in Uncle (BBC Three), Nick Helm’s Heavy Entertainment (BBC Three), Eat Your Heart Out (Dave). and as a correspondent for cult music show Gonzo (MTV2). Mark's TV writing credits include 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4) and Mock the Week (BBC2).
Mark is a huge fan of sports and is currently hosting ‘The Everything but Football Football Show’ online for Manchester United and their main sponsors Chevrolet, an online show with over 75 million views that sees him interviewing some of the biggest names in the game. He can be heard regularly on The Alan Brazil Sport’s Breakfast (Talksport) where he does the newspaper round up, and across various shows on Talksport 2, including The Weekend Starts Here, Rennie & Webster’s World of Sport and The Social. Mark also presented a segment on popular Youtube channel The Football Republic and is currently developing a Fantasy Football vidcast/podcast with Craft Film.
Away from comedy Mark has appeared in adverts for William Hill bookmakers, Intel Computers and Ballentine’s Whiskey and has written for various advertising campaigns, most notably for Tesco and Tango. He has done warm-up for shows such as Have I Got News For You (BBC1), Room 101 (BBC1), Made in Chelsea (E4) and This Time Next Year (ITV).