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Mark Hampton (I)


New Zealand born actor Mark Hampton has appeared in a number of classic British television series, including detective drama Jonathan Creek (1997), long-running children's show Grange Hill and medical drama Casualty. Mark Hampton made his big-screen debut opposite F. Murray Abraham in Una vacanza all'inferno (1997) an Italian co-production starring ... See full bio »

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 2013/I A Walk in the Woods (Short)
Tom
 2013 World War Z
Technician (uncredited)
 2010 Top Gun in 60 Seconds (Short)
Maverick
 2009 Pearl Harbour in 60 Seconds (TV Short)
Danny
 2008 Speed in 60 Seconds (TV Short)
Keanu
 2006 Cut Sleeve Boys
Gavin Chan
 2005 Casualty (TV Series)
Ewan Carr
- Desperate Measures (2005) ... Ewan Carr
- Hoping, Wishing, Longing (2005) ... Ewan Carr
 2000 Comin' Atcha! (TV Series)
Brad Lee
- The Return (2000) ... Brad Lee
- Teacher's Pet (2000) ... Brad Lee
 1998 Jonathan Creek (TV Series)
Triad Gangster
- Mother Redcap (1998) ... Triad Gangster (uncredited)
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 2013/I A Walk in the Woods (Short)
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In Casualty (2005) Mark plays a cocktail bartender, using flare skills he learned whilst working at Planet Hollywood in London's Picadilly Circus. See more »

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