A DELICATE BALANCE (April 2017)
I recently appeared in...
Twelfth Night, playing Sir Toby Belch.
Currently appearing at film festivals in The Robber Girls (written and directed by Robert Howat).
Lord Rodney Rothdon in The Robber Girls
Mark also recently completed work on 3 short films.
as The Messenger in
Crazy Cat Lady
directed by Colin Healy
Natalie Clark... Woman
Linda Duncan McLaughlan...Wife
directed by Paul Darroch
An exciting eco-political drama spanning over a decade.
Mark Coleman is Tory councillor 'Findlay Patterson'
Mark's reading of ee cummings' i carry your heart with me for Radio Theatre Group has already had 113,000 listeners.
directed by Robert Howat (2015)
a 10minute horror film,
with Mark Coleman as The Messenger.
The Accrington Pals (Rivers)
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (the Player King)
Mark Coleman as Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman at Cottiers Theatre, Glasgow Nov 2012
Death of a Salesman Cottiers Theatre Glasgow 2012
"Mark Coleman makes a wonderful wimp as Hennie's husband, worrying more about the baby than his elusive love life. He finally realises and comes running home to mother-in-law (Doreen Mantle) moaning that he doesn't like playing second fiddle, which prompts the wry aside from Mrs Berger, the instigator of his misery: “You don't even play in the orchestra.” (Daily Telegraph)
... It would be wrong not to single out the superb Mark Coleman. He gives a chilling and heart rending performance as a man who knows more than he is giving away. His control and sheer watch-ability are marvellous. (Betrayal) Mail on Sunday
Prospero The Tempest (STG)
Andrew Crocker-Harris The Browning Version(Arches)
... Coleman's first-rate acting, all lurching eyebrows and flailing impotence, accomplishes the strong Max that makes any production of The Homecoming tick. Edinburgh Guide
Stomil Tango (Ramshorn
The Talented Mr Ripley (STG)
Pedagogus Electra (STG)
... Mark Coleman's Prospero is utterly convincing. You feel the multifarious emotions in his eyes emanating from the stage in waves. (The Tempest) Telegraph
Leontes The Winter's Tale (One Academy, Scottish tour)
... Coleman is stunning as Stomil... His relaxed acting and loveable wackiness make him stand out. (Tango) The Skinny
Backpacker Backpacker (Tron, Academy films)
... Mr Coleman is a comic delight. He gives Spooner an arm-waiving feyness accompanied by a less than testosterone-filled speech impediment that suits the character perfectly (No Man's Land) Daily Mail
Angelo Measure for Measure (Shakespeare's Globe)
... Mark Coleman really puts some juice in his performance and is terrific... prowling the stage with clenched fists. (12 Angry Men) Glasgow Herald
Juror #3 12 Angry Men (Theatrefusion tour)
... Mark Coleman is excellent as pure self-pitying whipped cur. (Awake and Sing!) Independent
Lear King Lear (Ramshorn Theatre)
Coleman's acting is first rate, and at times almost breath-taking, sending shivers rippling down the spine. (12 Angry Men) The Scotsman
Larry Closer (Theatrefusion tour)
... Coleman allows the character's tight smile to crack very satisfyingly, revealing an unpleasant mixture of misogyny and resignation. (Betrayal) The Stage
Max The Homecoming STG
... Central to the success of the show is Mark Coleman's compelling performance as Robert. (Betrayal) Mail on Sunday
Mark Coleman in Savage Play(1995) with Ian Richardson
Play following video from 15m 55s- 16m 40s Mark Coleman as Buckfast Delivery Man in Rab C Nesbitt (Episode: Buckfast)