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Mark GatissIn seiner Kindheit hätte man Mark Gatiss sicherlich als Nerd beschreiben können. Nicht nur, dass er großer Fan von "Doctor Who" und "Sherlock Holmes" war. Mark Gatiss (* 17 Oktober ) ist ein Doctor Who-Autor und wirkte auch als Schauspieler in der. Mark Gatiss, geboren am Oktober , ist ein englischer Schauspieler, Komödiant, Produzent.
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That makes me cross. Many MPs really do want to make sure that people get their hip operations done and their bins taken out. No one gives them any credit.
There's no money in being a politician. They have terrible hours, and everyone is encouraged to think that they're only in it to get their faces in the trough.
I don't think that's true. If in this film [ Coalition ] we can present a balanced picture of the ins and outs of being a politician, then that would be a very good thing.
Obviously, there is still massive drama and subterfuge and back-stabbing, but these are nevertheless real people. They have their own frailties and arrogance and fears and warmth and friendships.
It's important to see that. The cynical view is that politicians are all the same - but they're not. View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro.
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This activity encouraged each member of the quartet to develop their careers. Apart from the TV show, Mark actively participated in episodes of various projects: Birthday Girl, Match Point, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Crooked House, The Worst Journey in the World, The Game of Thrones, and Spaced.
He also co-wrote scripts for many of them. Besides, Gatiss did not forget about his favorite childhood genre, horror: he created the documentary series A History of Horror for the BBC.
The interest in the Victorian literature inspired Mark to create a project about one of the brightest figures of the epoch, Sherlock Holmes, in the present days.
Along with Steven Moffat, Gatiss made the script that was bought by the BBC later. In , the premiere of the first season of Sherlock took place; the audience was quite impressed.
Benedict Cumberbatch , Andrew Scott, Rupert Graves, and other actors earned international fame; the project became iconic and got numerous fans.
However, it was only speculation. Four seasons have been released so far. Today, the series creators are working on the new one.
He personified Prince Regent, future George IV. Mark Gatiss does not keep secret that he is gay; he even joined the circle of the most influential gays of Great Britain.
He appeared as Johnnie Cradock , alongside Nighty Night star Julia Davis as Fanny Cradock , in Fear of Fanny on BBC Four in October , and featured as Ratty in a new production of The Wind in the Willows shown on BBC One on 1 January He wrote and starred in the BBC Four docudrama The Worst Journey in the World , based on the memoir by polar explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard.
Gatiss has also made three credited appearances in Doctor Who. In , he played Professor Lazarus in " The Lazarus Experiment ". Also in , he appeared as Robert Louis Stevenson  in Jekyll , a BBC One serial by his fellow Doctor Who scriptwriter Steven Moffat.
In , he portrayed Malcolm McLaren in the BBC drama Worried About the Boy which focused on the life and career of Boy George , and also appeared as Mycroft Holmes in the BBC drama Sherlock , which he co-created with Steven Moffat.
He adapted H. Wells ' The First Men in the Moon into a television film of the same name for the BBC, also playing Professor Cavor. On 25 December , a version of the ghost story " The Tractate Middoth " by M.
James and adapted by Gatiss was broadcast on BBC2 as part of the long-running A Ghost Story for Christmas series. It starred Sacha Dhawan , John Castle , Louise Jameson , Una Stubbs , David Ryall , Eleanor Bron , Nick Burns and Roy Barraclough.
James: Ghost Writer. The programme saw Gatiss explore the work of James and look at how his work still inspires contemporary horror today.
He appeared in season four of Game of Thrones in playing Tycho Nestoris [ citation needed ] and reprised this role in season five and season seven.
In the BBC's series Wolf Hall , Gatiss played King Henry VIII 's secretary Stephen Gardiner. He also appeared in Channel 4's Coalition in Gatiss appears as the Prince Regent later George IV in the eight-part historical fiction television drama series Taboo  first broadcast on BBC One in the United Kingdom on 7 January and in the United States on FX on 10 January Gatiss appears frequently in BBC Radio productions, including the science fiction comedy Nebulous and The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes story The Shameful Betrayal of Miss Emily Smith.
In , he was The Man in Black when BBC Radio 7 revived the character originally played by Valentine Dyall and Edward de Souza to introduce a series of five creepy audio dramas.
He is also involved with theatre, having penned the play The Teen People in the early s, and appeared in a successful run of the play 'Art' in at the Whitehall Theatre in London.
In film, he has starred in Sex Lives of the Potato Men and had minor roles in Birthday Girl , Bright Young Things , Match Point and Starter for 10 The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse , a film based on the television series, co-written by and starring Gatiss, was released in June He also plays the recurring character of Gold in the audio revival of Sapphire and Steel produced by Big Finish Productions.
Gatiss also appeared in Edgar Wright 's fake trailer for Grindhouse , Don't , a homage to '70s Hammer Horrors.
In the English language re-release of the cult Norwegian animated film Free Jimmy , Gatiss voiced the character of "Jakki," a heavy-set, bizarrely dressed biker member of the "Lappish Mafia.
The dialogue was written by Simon Pegg and other actors included Pegg himself, Woody Harrelson and David Tennant , who worked with Gatiss on Doctor Who.
He won much critical acclaim for his portrayal of the transgender character Agrado. He was scheduled to perform in Darker Shores by Michael Punter, a ghost story for all the family, at Hampstead Theatre 3 December — 16 January but had to withdraw after a serious family illness.
Tom Goodman-Hill took over his role. In March , he was a guest on Private Passions , the biographical music discussion programme on BBC Radio 3.
From December to March , Gatiss was playing the role of Bernard in Alan Ayckbourn 's Season's Greetings at the Royal National Theatre in London alongside Catherine Tate.
In December , he appeared in an episode of The Infinite Monkey Cage in an episode entitled The Science of Christmas , alongside Brian Cox , Robin Ince and Richard Dawkins.
In January , he took the role of Brazen in The Recruiting Officer at the Donmar Theatre , London. In December , Gatiss joined the cast of the Donmar Warehouse Production of Coriolanus as Senator of Rome, Menenius.
The play went from 6 December through 13 February In May , Gatiss began a recurring role on " The Secret History Of Hollywood ", a series of podcast biopics on Golden Age-era Hollywood.
Its part series, ' Shadows ' tells the story of Val Lewton 's life and career, with Gatiss providing the introductions for each episode.
In November , Gatiss appeared as the lead in a revival of The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse.
At the age of eleven, Gatiss won a school literary competition with a short science fiction story "The Anti-Noise Machine", published in a booklet by Darlington Borough Council.
Gatiss's earliest published work as a professional writer was a sequence of novels in Virgin Publishing's New Adventures series of continuation stories and novels.
In these works, he tried to correct the problems which had led to the show's decline in the late s. The first television scripts Gatiss wrote were for a BBV direct-to-video series called " P.
The videos have since been released on DVD despite Gatiss once commenting that he would not authorise their re-release, as he regarded them as a learning exercise.
His other early contributions to the Doctor Who franchise included four novels , two audio plays for BBV and two audio plays for Big Finish Productions.
Gatiss has written nine episodes for the revival of the show. His first, " The Unquiet Dead ," was the third episode of the revived series in ; the second, " The Idiot's Lantern ," aired the following year in the second series.
He wrote " Victory of the Daleks " for that year's fifth series and went on to contribute " Night Terrors " for series 6 , " Cold War " and " The Crimson Horror " for series 7  and " Robot of Sherwood " for series 8.
He also wrote " Sleep No More " for series 9 and " Empress of Mars " for series He has also contributed to the franchise outside the main show.
His early work see above was primarily Doctor Who expanded media, and Gatiss wrote and performed in the comedy spoof sketches The Web of Caves , The Kidnappers and The Pitch of Fear for the BBC's " Doctor Who Night " in with David Walliams.
He penned docudrama An Adventure in Space and Time , a drama depicting the origins of the series, to celebrate the show's fiftieth anniversary.
A "Making Of" feature about this programme, narrated by Gatiss, was made available on the BBC Red Button service, and also posted on the BBC 's official YouTube channel.
He has written for Doctor Who Magazine , including a column written under the pseudonym "Sam Kisgart," which he was originally credited as in the Doctor Who Unbound audio play Sympathy for the Devil for his role as the Master.
With Steven Moffat , with whom Gatiss worked on Doctor Who and Jekyll , he also co-created and co-produced Sherlock , a modernised adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes stories, in which Gatiss plays the role of Sherlock's brother Mycroft.
Gatiss has influence on all episodes as producer and he has written four episodes, one for each series: the finale, " The Great Game ," for the first series, " The Hounds of Baskerville " for the second, " The Empty Hearse " for the third and " The Six Thatchers " for the fourth.
He also co-wrote "Many Happy Returns," a mini-episode released in late December which acts as a prelude to the third series, with Steven Moffat ; the episode " The Sign of Three " with Moffat and Steve Thompson ; and " The Abominable Bride ", a special episode released in early January , with Moffat.
Gatiss has written several non-fiction works, including a biography of the film director James Whale and the documentary M.
James: Ghost Writer , which Gatiss also presented. The documentary followed Gatiss's directorial debut with an adaption of one of James's stories, "The Tractate Middoth", for BBC 2, which was broadcast on Christmas Day Gatiss also wrote, co-produced and appeared in Crooked House , a ghost story that was broadcast on BBC Four during Christmas His first non- Doctor Who novel, The Vesuvius Club , was published in , for which he was nominated in the category of Best Newcomer in the British Book Awards.
A follow-up, The Devil in Amber , was released on 6 November In , Gatiss and Steven Moffat re-teamed to write three episodes for TV miniseries Dracula.
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