Mark Rayment

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Mark Rayment (1971-) is a British actor and theatre director.


He came to South Africa from London at the invitation of Pieter Toerien and made regular, subsequent visits. He eventually settled in Cape Town.



Work in London included: Neil Simon's The Sunshine Boys. Ayckbourn's Comic Potential, Things we do for Love, The Killing of Sister George, Deceptions, The Chalk Garden; Daphne du Maurier's September Tide and Simon Gray's Hidden Laughter.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

Rayment worked with Pieter-Dirk Uys on the London premiere of The End is Naai at the Soho Theatre.

He was the co-director of Happy Natives (NAF 2003), directed My Zinc Bed (2005), starred in the musical The Lion King at the Teatro at Montecasino (2007) and in The Mousetrap (2011).

Awards, etc


Die Burger, 12 July 2003.

Cape Times 29 Dec 2011.

My Zinc Bed programme notes of 2005.

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