Mark Brathwaite is a Toronto native with a passion for art. At 25, he has forged a sizable body of work, in film, television, theatre, and music. His love for acting first began at age 5, when he was called to be a cowboy in a school play. In high school he had roles in the movies "John Q", "Cadet Kelly", and the TV-series "Soul Food". More recently, he can be seen in the new McDonald's "Still in Awe" commercial and upcoming webseries "Onwards and Upwards". The excitement of these projects have inspired him as he continues to carve a path for himself in the entertainment industry.
Recently, Mark has completed his Bachelor's degree in English and Drama at U of T's University College Drama Program (UCDP), which was a rigorous combination of practical and theoretical training. His voice, movement, and scene teachers are some of the best in Toronto. In addition to tackling Shakespeare, he has also done contemporary work like George F. Walker's "Heaven". In his final year, he played Orestes in "Electra" and Val in Tennessee William's "Orpheus Descending". With new projects on the horizon, Mark plans to make a lasting impact in film, television, and theatre.
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