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Mark Letheren

Mark Letheren
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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth at Chelmsford (United-kingdom)

Mark Letheren (born 1971) is an English actor possibly best known for his roles as journalist Simon Kitson in ITV1s drama The Bill, as Ben Harding in the BBC1 drama Casualty and for his recurring role as DS Kevin Geoffries in Wire in the Blood.


He has been in a long-term relationship with Georgia Taylor, ex-Casualty actress (Ruth Winters). He lives in Bristol with their two cats, Claude and Audrey.

Usually with

Tariq Anwar
Tariq Anwar
(1 films)
Polly Walker
Polly Walker
(2 films)
Tom Wilkinson
Tom Wilkinson
(2 films)
Richard Eyre
Richard Eyre
(1 films)
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Filmography of Mark Letheren (6 films)

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Stage Beauty, 1h50
Directed by Richard Eyre
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, Films about television, Bisexuality-related films, LGBT-related films, Films based on plays, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Billy Crudup, Claire Danes, Mark Letheren, Rupert Everett, Zoë Tapper, Tom Wilkinson
Roles Male Emelia/Dickie
Rating70% 3.546463.546463.546463.546463.54646
Ned Kynaston (Billy Crudup) is one of the leading actors of his day, particularly famous for his portrayal of female characters, predominately Desdemona in Othello. His loyal dresser, Maria (Claire Danes), aspires to perform in the legitimate theatre but is forbidden because of a law enacted by the Puritans prior to the restoration of the House of Stuart. Instead, she appears in productions at a local tavern under the pseudonym Margaret Hughes. Her activity aided by the novelty of a woman acting in public, which attracts the attention of Sir Charles Sedley (Richard Griffiths), who offers his patronage. Eventually she is presented to King Charles II (Rupert Everett).
Control (2004)
, 1h41
Directed by Tim Hunter
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Action
Actors Ray Liotta, Willem Dafoe, Michelle Rodríguez, Kathleen Robertson, Toby Kebbell, Stephen Rea
Roles Villard
Rating61% 3.098543.098543.098543.098543.09854
Lee Ray Oliver is a death row inmate who is given a lethal injection before a room of witnesses. He awakes in the morgue to find that he had only been administered saline and anaesthetic. A neuropharmacologist, Dr. Copeland, tells him that he has a choice: either agree to be a human subject for an experimental drug trial with potentially serious or fatal side effects, or he will receive a truly lethal injection.
South West 9, 1h30
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Wil Johnson, Stuart Laing, Mark Letheren, Robbie Gee, Amelia Curtis, Nicola Stapleton
Roles Mitch
Rating57% 2.8528952.8528952.8528952.8528952.852895
South West 9 takes place in the 24 hours before a shooting at a Brixton rave. It combines themes of drugs, race, class, religion, and music in the multicultural melting pot that is South London.
Attila (miniseries), 2h57
Directed by Dick Lowry
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Action, Adventure, Historical, Romance
Actors Gerard Butler, Powers Boothe, Simmone Mackinnon, Reg Rogers, Isla Fisher, Alice Krige
Roles Thorismund
Rating69% 3.4566653.4566653.4566653.4566653.456665
The miniseries tells the story of one of the most ferocious warriors in the world, Attila the Hun, who violently assumes Hun leadership and unites the warring clans under his banner. It also tells the story of Flavius Aetius, one of the so-called "Last of the Romans" who worked vigorously for years to keep the dying Western Roman Empire intact in the face of constant barbarian onslaught.
Wilde (1997)
, 1h58
Directed by Brian Gilbert
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical
Themes Films about writers, Poésie, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Stephen Fry, Jude Law, Vanessa Redgrave, Jennifer Ehle, Michael Sheen, Judy Parfitt
Roles Charles Parker
Rating68% 3.4474553.4474553.4474553.4474553.447455
The film opens with Oscar Wilde's 1882 visit to Leadville, Colorado during his lecture tour of the United States. Despite his flamboyant personality and urbane wit, he proves to be a success with the local silver miners as he regales them with tales of Renaissance silversmith Benvenuto Cellini.
Restoration, 1h57
Directed by Michael Hoffman
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Actors Robert Downey Jr., Sam Neill, Ian McKellen, Hugh Grant, David Thewlis, Polly Walker
Roles Daniel
Rating65% 3.2965853.2965853.2965853.2965853.296585
A young doctor, Robert Merivel (Robert Downey, Jr.), enters the service of King Charles II of England (Sam Neill) after having saved the King's favorite spaniel. Merivel finds himself enjoying a life of pleasure and popularity at court, until the King informs him that he has arranged for Merivel to wed Celia (Polly Walker), the King's favorite mistress. The purpose of the arranged marriage is to fool another of the King's mistresses. Merivel is given an estate named Bidnold in Suffolk, and Celia is installed in a house in Kew where the king can visit her secretly. Merivel lives a life of debauchery there, but also finds pleasure in restoring the house to its former beauty with the support of Will Gates (Ian McKellen), the man who runs the estate. However, things become complicated when Merivel breaks the King's cardinal rule by falling in love with Celia. Elias Finn (Hugh Grant), a painter commissioned by the King to paint a portrait of Celia, tricks Merivel into revealing his romantic feelings for Celia, who does not return Merivel's affections. After finding out about Merivel's romantic feelings toward Celia, the King banishes him from court back to his life as a physician.