Mark Anthony Games is a versatile character actor that thrives on complex emotional portrayals. Having learned his trade from student and Independent film Mr Games has secured leading roles in over 20 short films, 3 feature films and 6 stage shows. Now is the final year of University reading joint honors, Screenwriting with Drama & Performance.
In addition Mr Games founded Human Voice Productions in 2013. This film production company seeks to make short films that highlight social and community issues. All films are made for non-profit and released straight to social media.
Name: Mark Anthony-Games
Lives in: Worcester, United Kingdom
Occupation: Actor, Director, Filmmaker, Screenwriter and Student
In a Year
Film by Nicole Pott (Comedy) Actor, Thanks An ambitious radio project is set up to give their listeners one last wish before the year is out.
The Beheading of Barry Lynch
Film by Jack Millard (Thriller) Actor
Film (short) by Robert Nutter (Drama, History and War) Actor The year is 1761, during a campaign on the island of Belle Isle near the end of the 7 years world war. A British officer who, suffering the recent loss of his wife, also faces the loss of his commission due to a serious error in command judgment. To make things worse, the officer soon finds himself at odds with a renegade soldier whose selfish actions could well have cost Britain the war...and its own political stability. Written by Robert Nutter
The Spaces Between
Film (short) by Nicole Pott (Drama) Actor A relationship that starts in summer soon becomes difficult when it becomes long distance.
Film (short) by Calum Rhys (Drama and War) Actor, Thanks A dramatic study on the contrasting nature between the innocence of childhood and the reality of war. A gritty and intense ride ensues that guides Cole, a private in the British army, and the men in his section through the war before the story reaches its emotional climax in the heart of the French countryside. Written by Smashing UK Productions
Film by Jack Millard (Comedy and Drama) Actor Jake Sanders is an educated alcoholic slowly chain smoking himself to death in his beloved 'Tavern', the film follows him as he attempts to overcome his personal demons and move beyond 'those old Malvern Hills'. Helping him on his way is the new woman in his life, Frances, played by Kay Davis, who has the unfortunate job of trying to make Jake reach his full potential and realise there is more to life than cigarettes and alcohol. Also co-starring Gillian Raegarth and Mum, and Paul 'Toad' Seabright as Dave, the Drinking Class is a drama comedy which will have you laughing and crying in equal measure. Written by Jack Millard
Film (short) by Jake Loveland (Drama) Actor