MARK ADDY (Fred Flintstone) received wide acclaim for his portrayal of Dave, the ex-steelworker, in the Oscar®-nominated Best Picture The Full Monty.
Addy was born and currently resides in the city of York in Northern England. He started working at the age of 15, as a stagehand at the York Theater Royal. Addy trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and has worked extensively in theaters throughout England including the Hull Truck theater Company and Royal National theater with such directors as Richard Eyre, Howard Davies, Nick Hytner, Alan Ayckbourn, John Godber and Jude Kelly.
His television credits include a number of British television series, including: The Rita, A Very Peculiar Practice, Between the Lines, Band of Gold, The Heart Surgeon, Heart beat, Peak Practice, Sunnyside Farm and the BBC comedy The Thin Blue Line with Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) and the forthcoming sitcom Too Much Sun.
Other feature credits include Jack Frost with Michael Keaton and the independent films The Last Yellow and The Announcement. Addy recently completed production on the Weitz brothers new movie I Was Made To Love Her,and looks forward to starting work on A Knight’s Tale, which will shoot in the Czech Republic.