Mark Ferguson Bio,Age,Height,Education,Parents,Siblings,Wife,Kids,Movies,Networth

Mark Ferguson

Mark Ferguson Biography

He is a talented New Zealand actor, comedian, businessman, entertainer, known for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001); Power Rangers Operation Overdrive (2007), and Spooked (2004). Ferguson had his breakthrough, when he played the role of the millionaire Paul Shepard, in the Australian soap ‘Sons and Daughters’, followed by his role in ‘Gloss’ as a ‘greasy, cunning’ Australian.

Mark Ferguson Age

Mark Ferguson was born on February 28th, 1961 in Sydney, Australia.

Mark Ferguson Height

He stand at a height of 1.91 cm tall.

Mark Ferguson Education

Born in Sydney, Ferguson attended the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and graduated in 1981.

Mark Ferguson Parents

He keeps his personal life really private, so nothing much is known about his parents.

Mark Ferguson Siblings

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Mark Ferguson Wife

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Mark Ferguson Kids

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Mark Ferguson Movies

Mark Ferguson is an actor and tv presenter, he has been featured in the following;

FILM – FEATURE

  • Spooked, ‘Bill Roberts’, 2003 , Silverscreen Prods,
  • Lord of the Rings, ‘Gil Galad’, 2000, dir. Peter Jackson
  • Lord of the Rings, ‘Witchking’, 2000, dir. Peter Jackson

Television Shows;

  • Orange Roughies ‘Foley’ 2006 Screenworks, Dir.Chris Bailey
  • E.T Detectives ‘Nathan’ 2004 Screentime Communicado
  • Spin Doctors, series I,II&III;, ‘Andrew’, 2001, Comedia Pictures
  • Big Brother, ‘Presenter’, 2001
  • The Mole, ‘Presenter’, 2000 & 2001
  • Xena: Warrior Princess, ‘Dagnine’, 1998, Pacific Renaissance
  • Letter to Blanchy II & III, ‘Morrie’, 1996/97, Isambard

Popularly known for his portrayal of Paul Shepard within the 1982 Television series ‘Sons and Daughters’. A hefty part of his career was spent working in New Zealand, juggling between the genres of drama and comedy. With a background in improvisational comedy, the actor has captured the eye of the audience by multifarious performance, be it on-screen or off-screen. Along the way, he has played varied villains on Shortland Street, Gloss, and Spin Doctors and even performed as live master of ceremonies, onscreen presenter, and offscreen narrator.

Ferguson had his breakthrough, when he played the role of the millionaire Paul Shepard, in the Australian soap ‘Sons and Daughters’, followed by his role in ‘Gloss’ as a ‘greasy, cunning’ Australian. Later, he went on to play the role of Darryl Neilson, in the 1992 soap, ‘Shortland Street’. Darryl was the son of receptionist Marj Brasch (played by Elizabeth McRae). Mark’s success in inculcating empathy among the audience for his screen mother, by truly capturing the essence of the role, earned him the title of “the show’s first great villain”.

He has also done minor roles, such as, a centaur in the Hercules tele-movie and its spin-off Xena, did one season of the “very bizarre”, David Lynch-inspired Neighbourhood Network, three of the “amazing” Spin Doctors, wo seasons of hit comedy Letter to Blanchy and 2004’s Living the Dream. He hosted the Television series ‘Scared Shitless’ in 1999. He has also narrated in several programmes and documentaries. He went on to host the Kiwi version of The Mole. He also played the role of Gil-gad in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Mark often spends time on the convention circuit, retelling his stories and experiences as the elven hero.

Ferguson used to run his own events company as a group account director at the Auckland conference and marketing group Extra Mile Company, in 2017.

Mark Ferguson Networth

He has an estimated networth of 8 million dollars.

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