Mark Williams - English actor, screenwriter, TV host and researcher
Mark Williams is a popular English actor andscreenwriter. Is a participant in the screen version of works by writer Joan Rowling about Harry Potter. The character of Arthur Weasley, brilliantly played by the actor, brought him worldwide fame. Mark Williams also starred in various TV series, played small roles in the cinema. To the full, the talent for the reincarnation of the lyceum was manifested in the Oscar-winning film "Shakespeare in Love," where he appeared as Wabash, reading the introduction, and then as an epilogue to the production of the plot about Romeo and Juliet.
Williams Mark: Biography
The actor was born in 1959, on August 22, in the cityBroumsgrove, Worcestershire. There he spent his childhood and school years. Higher education Mark received in Oxford, College Brazhnoss. After graduation, he began working at the Mikron theater, which toured the UK in a very original way - he sailed the Thames and other navigable rivers of the Albion, giving performances on the docks. In addition to the theater, Mark Williams played in numerous television series. The character of Olaf Petersen in the serial film "The Red Dwarf" fell in love with the viewers of the whole of Great Britain precisely in his performance. The same can be said about the role of Kerk in the series "Carrie and Buddy."
In 1997, Williams was invited to the main role inthe film "Gibli" with Jim Broadbendom and Tom Felton. The trio did an excellent job, and after a while all three were included in the cast of the multi-series Harry Potter movie. Felton played the character Draco Malfoy, Jim Broadbent played the role of Horace Slivnort, and Mark Williams appeared in the image of Arthur Weasley. The negative personality of Ochusa Potter from the movie "Ghibli" has nothing to do with Potter, Joan Rowling does not have, it's just a coincidence of names.
Williams Mark, an actor of many facets, receivedfame after the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth series about Harry Potter with his participation have been removed. However, few people know that he created several successful documentary films under the general title "Williams explosions," which reveal the history of the appearance and development of explosives.
Another series was created on the topic of ironroads, their emergence and exploitation under the name "Mark Williams on the rails." The third theme is the film "Industrial Revelations", filmed in the genre of documentary and presented by Mark Williams as an excursion that tells about the achievements of heavy industry in different countries. And since this subject is quite extensive, the actor starred in the role of presenter also in the second part, entitled "New Industrial Revelations."
Williams Mark, an actor and documentary, founded his ownown program on television, which makes a virtual journey into the past, talks about industrial transformations in the UK and other countries. The themes of the series are diverse, the actor recently created a series of programs for children, in the future plans to release several films about the animal world.
Broadcasts on air
In addition to participating in television projects Markconducts its own program on the radio "BBC". Williams's appearances on the air are intended for a wide audience, cognitive themes alternate with news reports, and in the evening the actor includes humorous sketch stories in the broadcast. From time to time he arranges for radio listeners to digressions into history, draws an analogy of the present with events that occurred in the distant past. All his performances are of great interest to the public.
Williams regularly attends a tennis tournamentGrand Slam, Wimbledon, which takes place annually, in June, in the south-western suburbs of London. He is an active football fan of the clubs "Brighton Albion" and "Aston Villa".
During his film career, Mark Williams starred in fifteen films and seven television series, which are listed below:
- "101 Dalmatians" (1996), Horace.
- "Thieves" (1997), Jeff.
- "Shakespeare in Love" (1998), Wallach.
- "What happened to Harold Smith?" (1999), Ronald Thornton.
- "Robbery in English" (2000), Tremaine.
- "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" (2002), Arthur Weasley.
- "Agent Cody" (2004), Inspector Crescent.
- "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" (2004), Arthur Weasley.
- "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" (2005), Arthur Weasley.
- "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" (2007), Arthur Weasley.
- "Stardust" (2007), the image of the Goat.
- "View from the room" (2007), Mr. Beebe.
- "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" (2009), Arthur Weasley.
- "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" (2010), Arthur Weasley.
- "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-2" (2011), Arthur Weasley.
- "The Mysterious Albert Nobbs" (2011), Sean Casey.
- "Father Brown" (2013-2015), the role of Father Brown.
- "Castle Blundings" (2013-2014), butler Bij.
- "Doctor Who" (2012), Brian Williams.
- "The Golden Goblin" (2010), Merlin.
- "Inspector Gently" (2009), Joe Bishop.
- "Feelings and Reason" (2008), John Middleton.
- "Red Rabbit" (1988), Olaf Petersen.
Mark Williams, whose films are in demand by the audience, is now preparing to shoot in new film projects.