Mark Jackson

When Mark Jackson was 14, his family moved back to Holland where he enrolled at the wonderful British School in The Netherlands, Voorschoten. It was here that he discovered his love for the stage, performing in various productions and Europe-wide acting competitions. This led to him studying a BA in English and Drama at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. In 2003 Mark was privileged enough to begin his training as an actor with three years at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Jackson has most recently been cast as series regular Isaac in The Orville for Twentieth Century Fox Television and Fuzzy Door Productions.

Other screen work includes performing with Paul Nicholas and Steve Huison in The Royal Today for ITV and various short films such as Peppermint and The Kissing Booth.

His extensive stage credits include appearing with Celia Imrie and Robert Glenister in the award-winning Noises Off at London's Old Vic Theatre, playing Alfie in the international tour of One Man, Two Guvnors with Rufus Hound, trying to murder Robert Powell in Agatha Christie's Black Coffee, and playing Captain Stewart in the National Theatre's acclaimed production of War Horse by Michael Morpurgo at the New London Theatre in London's West End.