Mark Addy studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and began his career on television, appearing in award-winning comedies such as 'The Thin Blue Line.' He has since gone on to work on the U.S. hit television series 'Still Standing' and Anand Tucker's critically acclaimed 'Red Riding: 1983.'
In 1997, he starred in 'The Full Monty,' which led to a BAFTA nomination and a Screen Actors Guild Award. He also starred in 'The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas,' alongside Michael Keaton in 'Jack Frost,' with Chris Rock in 'Down to Earth' and with Heath Ledger in 'The Order' and 'A Knight's Tale.' His most recent credits include Gurinder Chadha's 'It's a Wonderful Afterlife,' 'Barney's Version' in which he stars opposite Dustin Hoffman and Paul Giamatti, and Ridley Scott's 'Robin Hood.'