Mark Evans

Stage Actor

Mark Evans was born in St Asaph, Wales, United Kingdom on January 2nd, 1985 and is the Stage Actor. At the age of 39, Mark Evans biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 2, 1985
Wales, United Kingdom
Place of Birth
St Asaph, Wales, United Kingdom
39 years old
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Mark Evans Life

Mark Henry Evans (born 2 January 1985) is a British musical theatre actor, singer, dancer, and choreographer from Wales, best known for numerous Welsh-language and English-language productions.

Wicked and Ghost the Musical are among his many theatre credits.

He is now based in New York City following an 18-month (Dec 2012 – June 2014) participation in The Book of Mormon's North American national tour.


Mark Evans Career


He appeared on the stage in Wicked's critically acclaimed London West End production and spent as Fiyero's second understudy. On June 8, 2008, he left the cast but three and a half years later, this time in Fiyero's lead role. He appeared with Rachel Tucker and Louise Dearman from 7 February to ten December 2011, when he announced his retirement from the musical.

Sam Wheat was cast in Ghost the Musical's London production on January 13, 2012, and he performed alongside Siobhan Dillon until the show's closing on October 6, 2012. During his time on the show, he and Dillon produced a single cover version of "Unchained Melody."

The national tours of High School Musical (Troy Bolton), The Rocky Horror Show (Brad) and Oklahoma were just a few of Mark's theatre appearances. (Currently)

In the lead role of Elder Price, he appeared on the US national tour of The Book of Mormon in the lead role. Evans debuted in San Francisco on December 28th, 2012, extending to summer 2014, when he relocating to New York.

Mark Webber's biggest musical achievement came when he appeared on Your Country Needs You with Andrew Lloyd Webber. Mark qualified in the final of this BBC television competition to determine the UK's successor in the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest, which attracted millions of people – he came in third place. He began his career in television, especially in Welsh language broadcasting. He has been on S4C regularly and appeared on "Dechrau Canmol," "Wedi 7," "The Eisteddfod Annual Concert," "The Sian Cochitre Concert," "The Sian Cochrau Canmol Show," "The Sian Cove Concert," "The Sian Cooperative Festival," "The Sian Cothi Show," "The Sian Cotive Concert," "The Old Welsh Talent Concert" and "The Big Welsh Talent Concert" as a host" "Noson yng Nghwmni Mark Evans," Boomerang Productions' "Noson yng Nghwmni Mark Evans" on S4C in March 2012, among his other television and film creditsGermany. He appeared in "Lake Placid 3" (2010) and also appeared as Chad in Grain Media's "Dead Hungry." The public is grateful for his participation in "Marcaroni," a children's program in which he stars in a title role. Evans also produced a pilot for his own Radio station on "BBC Radio Cymru."

Mark's constant growth is due to his theatre's foundations. As an actor steeped in the traditionalism of the stage, he has broad expertise in the apex of the acrobatics, which includes both singing and dancing. He released Sain Records, a bi-lingual album on contemporary Welsh label, which was so well-received that he re-released an English Deluxe version in 2012.

In 2016, he will appear as Og. in a production of "Finian's Rainbow" at the Irish Repertory Theatre.

Mark also gives something back to his families after being on tour of the country acting and performing. Mark's West End in Wales initiative was a result of a May 2006 initiative. In a week-long musical theatre summer school, this enriching curriculum gives children in North Wales the opportunity to work with Evans and current West End professionals.


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Alastair Clarkson and Chris Fagan are accused by the Hawthorn coach of 'running team like the Russian mafia', September 27, 2022
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