Four episodes of Lyndal's Lifeline directed by Mark were submitted to the Continuing Series category of the International Documentary Association awards in 2005.
Mark appears in two Big Finish Audio productions of Doctor Who - Loups Garoux and Phantasmagoria, recreating his character of Turlough.
Has toured the UK playing Oswald in Ibsen's Ghosts.
Mark's Zoology degree thesis was the Overwintering Biochemistry of the Light Brown Apple Moth..
(on how he played Turlough)
Mark Strickson: I was trying to have a relationship with most of the women on Doctor Who only because it makes it more interesting.
(on what he got out of his time on "Doctor Who").
Mark Strickson: I have a complete set of friends whom I'm enormously close to whom I got through "Doctor Who. JNT (Jonathan Nathan Turner), Janet Fielding and Sarah Sutton are all my best friends.
(on doing his own stunts)
Mark Strickson: I used to do stunts; I belonged to the "Society of Fight Directors" and I signed a contract to do my own stunts on "Doctor Who - a very, very stupid thing to do. I wouldn't do it now.
(on how important the character of Turlough was to ""Doctor Who")
Mark Strickson: Turlough was a great idea. Turlough worked well when Turlough was intrinsic to the plot but Turlough had to be intrinsic to the plot to work. And when he wasn't you had to lock him up!
(on his character for Turlough in ""Doctor Who")
Mark Strickson: An evil little sod!
(on being in ""Doctor Who")
Mark Strickson: I'm not terribly frightening, I don't think, but when I first started on "Doctor Who, I'd go into the supermarket, and little children would run away screaming!