Mark Gatiss was first seen in the television drama series ‘Harry’ in 1993. The following year, he starred as ‘Dr. William Bruffin’ in the direct-to-video science-fiction film ‘P.R.O.B.E.: The Zero Imperative.’ He next appeared in ‘P.R.O.B.E.: The Devil of Winterborne’ (1995) and ‘P.R.O.B.E.: Unnatural Selection’ (1996). Gatiss was also the writer of the P.R.O.B.E film series. He was next seen in the 1998 three-part BBC Two black comedy-crime drama series ‘In the Red.’ The following year, he joined hands with Jeremy Dyson, Steve Pemberton, and Reece Shearsmith to create the British comedy horror sitcom ‘The League of Gentlemen.’ The show aired its final episode in 2002. Gatiss also appeared in television series like ‘Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)’ (2000), ‘Barbara’ (2000), and ‘Spaced’ (2001).
In 2001, he made his big-screen debut in the erotic comedy thriller film ‘Birthday Girl’ directed by Jez Butterworth. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics. He went on to star in the 2003 British drama film ‘Bright Young Things’ which earned mixed reviews from critics. In 2004, he starred as ‘Glenn Bulb’ in the BBC black comedy television sitcom ‘Nighty Night.’ He remained a part of the series until it went off-air in 2005. Gatiss was also the writer of the series. He continued on to appear in television series like ‘Catterick’ (2004), ‘Footballers' Wives’ (2004), ‘Agatha Christie's Marple’ (2004), ‘The Quatermass Experiment’ (2005), ‘Funland’ (2005), and ‘The Wind in the Willows’ (2006). In 2007, he became a part of the British science fiction television programme ‘Doctor Who.’ He starred in 5 episodes and was also one of the writers of the show. That same year, he also portrayed ‘Apsley Cherry-Garrard’ in the BBC Television docudrama ‘The Worst Journey in the World’ directed by Damon Thomas.
Gatiss went on to appear in television films and series like ‘Clone’ (2008), ‘Crooked House’ (2008), ‘Psychoville’ (2009), ‘Spanish Flu: The Forgotten Fallen’ (2009), ‘Midsomer Murders’ (2010), ‘Sherlock’ (2010-2017), ‘The Crimson Petal and the White’ (2011), ‘Being Human’ (2012), and ‘Psychobitches’ (2013). In 2014, he joined the cast of the American fantasy drama television series ‘Game of Thrones’ created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss. He played the role of ‘Tycho Nestoris’ and remained a part of the series until 2017. In 2015, he starred as ‘Dettweiler’ in the American science fantasy horror film ‘Victor Frankenstein’ directed by Paul McGuigan. The film was panned by critics and was a box office bomb. He next starred in films like ‘Dad's Army’ (2016), ‘The Mercy’ (2018), ‘The Favourite’ (2018), ‘The Father’ (2020), and ‘Locked Down’ (2021).
He was last seen in the 2021 documentary film ‘The Sparks Brothers’ directed by Edgar Wright. The film earned praise from critics. He is all set to appear in the upcoming British war drama film ‘Operation Mincemeat.’ Gatiss will also be seen in the upcoming American action spy film ‘Mission Impossible 7’ directed by Christopher McQuarrie.
Shaun, an electronics salesman, leads a rather uneventful life. His girlfriend has left him and his stepfather chastises him for failing to give attention to his mother, especially on her birthday. He is miserable, but when a zombie apocalypse threatens to take over London, he resolves to save both his girlfriend and mother with the help of his best friend Ed.
In the 18th century England, owing to reigning monarch Queen Anne’s frail health, her close confidante, Lady Sarah Churchill, runs the political affairs in her stead. The Queen takes a liking to Sarah’s cousin Abigail who joins as servant. While Sarah is occupied with the French war politics, ambitious Abigail seizes opportunity to restore her aristocratic status by working her way to become Queen’s favorite.
The psychological thriller centers on tennis instructor Chris Walton after he befriends a wealthy student Tom Hewett. He soon marries Tom’s sister Chloe to get a job with her millionaire father Alec. But a dangerous affair with Tom’s girlfriend Nola Rice and her pregnancy not only threaten his marriage but force him to commit unforgivable crimes.
After trying to delay the demolition of his house, hapless Arthur Dent discovers that his friend Ford Prefect is an alien and that his entire home planet will be destroyed later that day. Prefect saves him at the right moment by hitchhiking on an alien spaceship, and guides him through an intergalactic adventure to restore Earth.
An intelligent student joins the Bristol University where he soon becomes a part of the quiz team. He soon finds himself confused regarding his feelings for two different girls: Alice and Rebecca.
Deborah Lipstadt and her publisher is sued by David Irving after she publishes her book ‘Denying the Holocaust’, on the ground that she is trying to ruin his reputation and his career. Her legal team therefore tries to prove that the Holocaust actually took place.
Bright Young Things is a comedy drama film which takes us to 1930s London. It revolves around Adam Fenwick, an aspiring novelist, who is trying to raise enough money for his marriage. However, things only get worse when his manuscript is confiscated by the officials. Therefore, he looks for a new way to arrange money for his wedding.
Along with his wife, Perry goes on a vacation hoping that it will reignite the spark in their marriage. They soon come across Dima, a man who is involved with the mafia. Dima invites them to his daughter's birthday where he gives Perry a drive that contains evidence linking top British political leaders to Russian mafia. He asks him to give the drive to MI6.
When the fictional world of Royston Vasey is facing an apocalypse, it seems that the only way to avert disaster for the characters to find a way to get to the real world, and confront their creators. However, several obstacles stand in their way.
Shy and reticent bank clerk John Buckingham arranges to get online mail-order bride Nadia from Russia. Though Nadia’s inability to speak English creates communication difficulties, inhibited John is happy with sexually bold Nadia. But when her cousin Yuri and his friend Alexei arrive unexpectedly to celebrate her birthday, everything turns topsy-turvy. as John gets pulled into a vortex of deceit and crime.
Eccentric medical student, Victor Frankenstein, strikes a friendship with amateur anatomist, and circus-clown Igor Straussman. With Igor’s help, Frankenstein conducts experiments to re-animate dead tissues to create life and overcome death by solving mysteries of creation; but it leads to alarming results, inviting public wrath. When Frankenstein’s obsession threatens to cross boundaries of sanity, Igor must save him from his monstrous creation.
Accidentally Fabulous: The Movie is a comedy crime film which tells the story of two elderly socialites named Edina and Patsy, who accidentally knock a supermodel Kate Moss into the River Thames. They are soon accused of murder, and are pursued by the police and media. But they escape to France, where they manage to hide. Soon, they attempt to regain their wealth and their fame.
As the Second World War ends, the dipping morale of a Home Guard platoon is revived when a glamorous female journalist arrives. However, things take a turn when they realize that there is a German spy among them.
Christopher Robin is a fantasy comedy drama film which tells the story of Winnie the Pooh, who enters the life of Christopher Robin, his childhood friend to ask him for help in finding his lost friends.
It’s time for the annual giant vegetable competition. The organiser, Lady Tottington, asks Wallace and his dog, Gromit - who run pest control business - to relocate the bunnies destroying her garden. Wallace comes up with a plan to brainwash the rabbits, but soon has to deal with a mysterious giant rabbit who is destroying the village crops. Victor Quartermaine is another problem he has to manage.
This animated black comedy film revolves around several groups of people as they try to find a drug-addicted elephant in the Norwegian wilderness.
Mark Gatiss Awards
|Sherlock||Outstanding Television Movie||2016|
|Sherlock||Best Drama Series||2011|