Mark Clifford Thomas is an English comedian, presenter, political satirist and journalist from south London. He first became known as a guest comic on the BBC Radio 1 comedy show The Mary Whitehouse Experience in the late 1980s. He is best known for political stunts on his show, The Mark Thomas Comedy Product on Channel 4. Thomas describes himself as a "libertarian anarchist".
|Born:||April 11, 1963, London, England|
|Occupation:||Comedian, Activist, Presenter, Journalist, Columnist|
|Known for:||Political activism|
|Website:||Mark Thomas's Official site|
|Twitter:||Mark Thomas's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Mark Thomas's IMDb|
About Mark Thomas
Instagram sensation who released his first singles, "Selfie" and "Mistletoe," in 2016. He dropped his first EP Down For a While in 2017. He has collaborated on social media posts with other social stars such as Loren Gray, Zach Clayton, Nathan Triska and Jackson Krecioch.
He first started to gain a social following on the app musical.ly, eventually accumulating over 5 million fans on the app.
He has earned more than 3 million followers on his duhitzmark Instagram account. He was a member of Weekend Rush Tour 2017.
He has lived in Stewartstown, Pennsylvania. He has a sister. He went to prom with Madison Lewis in 2018. In 2019, he began dating Bridget Paddock.
He featured Kelianne Stankus in a musical.ly post titled "I thought I recognized her."
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- English humorists
- English anarchists
- English comedy writers
- English activists
- People educated at Christ's Hospital
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