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MARK ADDY (David Philby) first gained international prominence when he starred in the smash hit comedy "The Full Monty," playing one of six unemployed steel workers who form a male striptease act. He more recently starred as Heath Ledger's squire in Brian Helgeland's "A Knight's Tale." His additional film work includes the Weitz brothers' comedy "Down to Earth," starring Chris Rock; the live action comedy "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas," in which he starred as Fred Flintstone; and "Jack Frost," with Michael Keaton.

Born in the city of York in Northern England, Addy trained at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He has appeared in theatres throughout England, working with such directors as Richard Eyre, Howard Davies, Nick Hytner, Alan Ayckbourn, John Godber and Jude Kelly.

His television credits include the miniseries "Band of Gold" and the telefilm "The Heart Surgeon," as well as regular and recurring roles on a number of British series, including "A Very Peculiar Practice," "The Thin Blue Line," "Sunnyside Farm"' and "Too Much Sun."


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