Mark Addy

Actor, Comedian, Stagehand
Introduced to American audiences as one of the amateur male strippers of "The Full Monty" (1997), Mark Addy made a cottage industry of playing men of unlimited ambition and unfulfilled potential. A graduate of London's ... Read more »
Born: 01/14/1964 in York, England, GB


Actor (24)

Jericho 2015 - 2016 (TV Show)


Atlantis 2013 - 2015 (TV Show)


Married 2 Malcolm 2014 (Movie)

Malcolm (Actor)

The Announcement 2014 (Movie)

Andy (Actor)

Great Expectations 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)


1974: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 1 2010 (Movie)

John Piggott (Actor)

1983: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 3 2010 (Movie)

John Piggott (Actor)

Barney's Version 2010 (Movie)

Detective O'Hearne (Actor)

It's a Wonderful Afterlife 2010 (Movie)

D. I. Smythe (Actor)

Robin Hood 2010 (Movie)

Friar Tuck (Actor)

Still Standing 2002 - 2006 (TV Show)


Around the World in 80 Days 2004 (Movie)

Steamer Captain (Actor)

The 30th Annual People's Choice Awards 2003 - 2004 (TV Show)


The 29th Annual People's Choice Awards 2002 - 2003 (TV Show)


The Order 2003 (Movie)

Father Thomas Garrett (Actor)

Time Machine 2002 (Movie)

David Philby (Actor)

A Knight's Tale 2001 (Movie)

Roland (Actor)

Down to Earth 2001 (Movie)

Cisco (Actor)

Heartlands 2000 (Movie)


The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas 2000 (Movie)

Fred Flintstone (Actor)

The Last Yellow 1999 (Movie)

Frank (Actor)

Jack Frost 1998 (Movie)

Mac MacArther (Actor)

The Full Monty 1997 (Movie)

Dave (Actor)

Band of Gold 1994 - 1995 (TV Show)



Introduced to American audiences as one of the amateur male strippers of "The Full Monty" (1997), Mark Addy made a cottage industry of playing men of unlimited ambition and unfulfilled potential. A graduate of London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Addy turned to film and television when he grew frustrated by his limited options on the stage. His feature film debut in "The Full Monty" brought Addy to the United States, where he lent support to Michael Keaton in the fantasy "Jack Frost" (1998) and replaced John Goodman as the embodiment of cartoon icon Fred Flintstone in "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" (2000). His stock rising immeasurably via his work with heartthrob Heath Ledger in "A Knight's Tale" (2002) and "The Order" (2003), Addy transitioned to the small screen with a lead role in the American sitcom "Still Standing" (CBS, 2002-06). Alternating better roles onstage with high profile film jobs, Addy turned up in "The Time Machine" (2002) and "Around the World in 80 Days," based on novels by H. G. Wells. His peripheral participation adding value to "Robin Hood" (2010) with Russell Crowe and "Barney's Version" (2010) starring Paul Giamatti, Addy had a chance to take focus and throw considerably more shade as the troubled King Robert Baratheon in HBO's epic miniseries "Game of Thrones" (2011- ), based on the award-winning fantasy novels of George R. R. Martin. An instant hit with TV viewers, "Game of Thrones" catapulted the actor out of the ghetto of low comedy, giving Mark Addy a stature and a following befitting a versatile character actor with the mass appeal of a leading man.


Kelly Addy

Married in 1996

Ruby Addy

Born in 2000 mother, Kelly Addy

Charlie Addy

Born in 2003 mother, Kelly Addy

Oscar Addy

Born in 2005 mother, Kelly Addy


Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

London , England 1982 - 1984



Cast as Robert Baratheon in HBO's adaptation of author George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, called "Game of Thrones"


Cast opposite Russell Crowe in Ridley Scott's adaptation of "Robin Hood"


Appeared in the British television adaptation of "Red Riding"


Cast in the short-lived British series "Bonkers"


Starred in the Disney live action feature "Around the World in 80 Days"


Re-teamed with Helgeland and Heath Ledger in "The Order"


Played Bill Miller in the CBS sitcom "Still Standing"


Co-starred with Guy Pearce in "The Time Machine"


Had featured role in "A Knight's Tale," starring Heath Ledger and directed by Brian Helgeland


Played a butler of Chris Rock's character in "Down to Earth"


Starred in the British situation comedy "Too Much Sun"


Cast as Fred Flinstone in "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas"


Co-starred with Samantha Morton and Charlie Creed-Miles in "The Last Yellow"


Had breakthrough role as Dave in his feature film debut, "The Full Monty"


Had featured role in the British sitcom "The Thin Blue Line"


Appeared on the British drama series "Band of Gold"


Made his first TV appearance in "A Very Peculiar Practice"

Worked on stage for a range of directors including Tony Harrison, Alan Ayckbourn and Richard Eyre

At age 15, was hired as a stagehand at the York Theatre Royal