Marc Warren (born March 20, 1967 in Northampton, England) is a British actor. He is blonde, blue-eyed and 5'9" (175 cm). He went to Kingthorpe Community College where he studied acting with teachers such as Andy Limb.
Perhaps best known for his roles of Edward Leeford/Monks in WGBH/ITV's Masterpiece Theater acclaimed television adaptation Oliver Twist, Dougie Raymond in the hard hitting British television series The Vice, Albert Blithe in HBO's blockbuster mini-series Band of Brothers and Danny in Hustle.
His first television role was in the long running British television series Grange Hill.
He is set to appear in the 2006 series of Doctor Who, in the episode Love & Monsters. This will make him one of only a handful of actors to have appeared in both the new (2005-) and classic (1963-1989) series of Doctor Who, having previously appeared as an uncredited extra in the 1989 story Battlefield. In 2007 he will appear as casino-operating villain Tony Crane in the second series of BBC drama Life on Mars.
Most recent roles include:
Ivo Steadman in No Night Is Too Long, a joint British/Danish/Canadian television production. Supervacuo in Alex Cox's film Revengers Tragedy Jimmy in Al's Lads, available on VHS and DVD worldwide Dominic Foy in the BBC drama State of Play Billy in Principles of Lust, directed by Penny Woolcock Dr. Chris Singleton in the ITV comedy/drama Reversals Joey in Hellraiser: Deader. Gary de Silva in the ITV drama series Vincent, episode one. Steve Dunham in Lexi Alexander's film Hooligans Danny Blue in BBC drama Hustle Marc Warren's distinctive voice can also be heard on numerous television and radio adverts throughout the UK.