Mark Oxtoby is a famous British writer, director and actor, currently appearing in the new stage/musical adaptation of Back To The Future as Strickland.
Mark has extensive experience in theatre. His credits include the role of Timothy in Salad Days at the Octagon Theatre, Yeovil; Roger in Grease at the Larnaca Patticion Theatre, Cyprus; Caterpillar in Alice In Wonderland at the West Yorkshire Playhouse; Lonnie Donegan in Elvis at the Prince of Wales Theatre; Nana/Bill Jukes in Peter Pan at Savoy Theatre; Firechief in The Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary at the Royal Albert Hall; Turnov/Poppa (alternate) in Starlight Express at the Apollo Victoria Theatre; Mitch Maypole in Saucy Jack And The Space Vixens at the Queen’s Theatre; Player in Oh! What A Lovely War at the National Theatre; Kite/Priest in Brighton Rock at the Almeida Theatre; Mad Hatter/Caterpillar in Alice In Wonderland at the Birmingham Repertoire.
On the mainstream screen, he appeared in Size Matters (Peppers Ghost), Moon Over Princess Street (Peppers Ghost), The Phantom Of The Opera 25th Anniversary (Universal), Love In The Supermarkets (BBC), Muppets Most Wanted (Disney), Gigglebiz (CBeebies/BBC); Harry Hill’s Teatime (Sky TV – Pilot).
Having received more than 30 Indie Film Awards in his lifetime, Mark’s prowess in screenwriting and filmmaking is apparent. His projects include Birthday Surprise (2019), Blood Means Nothing (2018), David’s Here (2017), Jesus Are You For Real? (2013) and Mirror Mirror On The Wall (2012). His screenplay for My Week With Maisy in 2018 received 19 Best Short Screenplay Awards.
He has won the Best Actor award at the Independent Short Awards, Los Angeles, and was the finalist for a Golden Jester Comedy Award. His nominations include Best Actor in a Long-Running Show at the Broadway World UK Awards and Best Actor at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards.