His combination of stand-up patter, slapstick, pantomime and unbelievable story telling has developed into a 'new comedy style'.
It is not just the sheer speed of Mark's physical and verbal delivery, his visual and vocal mimicry, or the fact that he works on an empty stage with no props, but his direct way of improvising with an audience creating an intensity that spirals into complete hilarity.

Trained as both an actor and a clown, Mark always brings an intelligence and a 'touching quality' to his work. As the Morgenpost, Berlin pointed out, 'at the end of the two hour the tears in the public were not just tears of laughter?'


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