AWARDS: Outstanding Ensemble in a Play 2022 Suzi Bass Awards, Atlanta. Vanity Fair at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre.
Trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Mark graduated in 1992, gaining membership of Equity via stints with the BBC radio company and a national commercial for Mars. Upon graduating, he played Curly in the Sherman Theatre Cardiff's production of "Of Mice and Men", which toured to the Torch Theatre and Theatr Clwyd. Stage, TV and more radio preceded a post-grad study at the University of Central England through which he gained P.G.Cert Ed and Qualified Teacher Status, he also holds a B.A in Business and Marketing (Edinburgh). In the United States, Pitt has been seen in various guises - from leading roles on the Atlanta stage (Amy's View, Don't Dress for Dinner, I Hate Hamlet, Season's Greetings, Pygmalion and the award-winning production of Vanity Fair), through to the numerous voice overs which he has produced for International clients. Voice over work has included projects for many Fortune 500 companies including Coke (Atlanta), Yahoo and Johnson and Johnson (Los Angeles). On TV, Mark was the main promo voice for the CNN / TNT coverage of both the British Open and The Championships, Wimbledon. In Europe, he has voiced for the Mont Blanc Company and is a regular voice over actor with Vox.de of Germany. In America, he is represented by GM Voices of Atlanta, part of the Blend Media Group.
On film, he appeared in "Black Knight", with Martin Lawrence (Fox / New Regency). Mark is also the voice of the audio book "They Grow Upon the Eyes" by British author Pete Worrall.
"After placing the idea on a professional voiceover site more than 60 artists submitted demos, including Hollywood voiceover guru Kurt Kelly and actor Don McCorkindale. They were whittled down to nine for a second round of auditions with a Christmas ‘speak off’. British-born Atlanta resident Mark Pitt came out as a resounding winner having demonstrated a brilliant understanding of the source material."
Peter Worrall - Author, They Grow Upon the Eyes
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
"[Pitt] nearly runs away with the show...he'll find himself among the city's best comedic actors"
Wendell Brock, "I Hate Hamlet" The Georgia Ensemble Theatre
"The excellent Mark Pitt"
Wendell Brock, Atlanta Journal Constitution
"Amy's View" Theatre in the Square, Atlanta.
Southeastern USA professional premiere production.
Creative Loafing, Atlanta
"Tom, superbly played by Mark Pitt as the dumbest of blokes"
Curt Holman's review of "Perfect Wedding" The Georgia Ensemble Theatre, Atlanta.
Viz Kick: Brandon Farmer
The tracks you sent over worked wonderfully. You have a talent.
London Water Commercial, United Kingdom, Voiceover.