Sam Marks

Sam played Antipholus of Ephesus in The Comedy of Errors at the Bishop’s Palace in 2022.

Sam caught the acting bug at the age of 4 when he was the only boy to play an angel in his schools’ nativity play. His career has gone downhill since then, but he did get the chance to play an altar boy once in the West End. Lofty, but not quite celestial credits include training with the brilliant National Youth Theatre, performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company in A Christmas Carol, Written on the Heart, Measure for Measure, Song of Songs, Anjin: The English Samurai, Richard II, Henry IV Parts 1&2, Henry V and Death of a Salesman, with Shakespeare’s Globe in Nell Gwynn & The Secret Theatre and earlier this year at Hampstead Theatre in The Fever Syndrome

Sam’s screen credits include Children of Men, The Last Witness, Nighty Night, Tchaikovsky, Doctor Who, Foyle’s War, Endeavour, Jack Ryan, The Witcher and the soon to be released ITV Litvinenko drama Nightingale. He still prefers slipping on a pair of tights and a kitten heel reciting Shakespeare though.