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Mark Curry (III)

Mark Curry was born on August 27, 1961 in Stafford, Staffordshire, England. He is a writer and actor, known for Get Set (1981), The Saturday Picture Show (1984) and Make 'Em Laugh (1982). He has been married to Jeremy Sandle since September 2008. See full bio »
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Known For

Get Set
Get Set Himself - Presenter
(1981-1982)
The Saturday Picture Show
The Saturday Picture Show Himself - Presenter
(1984-1986)
Make 'Em Laugh
(1982-1984)
Screen Test
Screen Test Presenter (1984)
(1970)

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 1982-1984 Make 'Em Laugh (TV Series) (narrative script - 12 episodes)
- Trains (1984) ... (narrative script)
- Fighting Mad (1984) ... (narrative script)
- Cars (1984) ... (narrative script)
- Boats (1984) ... (narrative script)
- Houses (1984) ... (narrative script)
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Mark Curry was considered for Bugsy Malone but in the end he played a minor role in the film.

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Virgo

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