Mark Priestley was an Australian actor. Born in Perth, Western Australia, he graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art with a degree in Performing Arts in 1999. His first big TV break was when he appeared in The Farm in 2000 and met director Kate Woods. She gave him a role in her mini-series Changi in 2001.
|Born:||August 9, 1976, Perth, Western Australia|
|Died:||August 27, 2008, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Education:||Aquinas College, Perth|
|IMDb:||Mark Priestley's IMDb|
About Mark Priestley
Remembered for his role as Nurse Dan Goldman in four seasons of the popular Australian television series All Saints, this actor also appeared in the The Secret Life of Us and Water Rats. Tragically, he committed suicide at the age of thirty-two.
After graduating from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art, he began his professional acting career by appearing in the series The Farm.
His stage credits include roles in professional Australian productions of The Servant of Two Masters and Major Barbara.
He grew up in Perth, Western Australia, and attended Aquinas College.
Though posthumously nominated for a Logie Award for his work on the television series All Saints, he ultimately lost the prize to Home and Away star Todd Lasance.