Mel England ("Mark") has acted in Film, Television and Theatre over a lifetime across the US.

On Film, England co-starred in LITTLE BIG TOP with Sid Haig and Jacob Zachar, in the dark comedy PERSONA AU GRATIN, and more recently, as a Minister confronted with a crisis of faith at the funeral of his father in HIGHLIGHTS.   On Stage, England's credits range from Off-Broadway to Regional theatres across the United States.

Most recently, he was seen in the Off-Broadway premiere of his own One-Man show, "Swimming with the Polar Bears", performed as part of a special Earth Day 2009 celebration benefiting Al Gore's Climate Project.  England also starred in the New York and Los Angeles premieres of Israel Horovitz's One-Man play 3 WEEKS AFTER PARADISE (Cherry Lane, NY), to benefit WTC survivors.   His first one-man show NAVAJO MEMOIRS, dubbed "Ingenious" by Backstage, premiered in New York.

He's the recipient of the NY Fringe Festival's "Best Acting Ensemble Award" for LUCKY MAN, and was in "Best Play of the Year" in Denver for A SHAYNA MAIDEL. England has been a proud part of many original NY productions: MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM in Washington Square, HONEYSUCKLES (developed for TV by FOX), SEA MONKEYS at Playwrights Horizons', KING OF CONNECTICUT with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.