"It is no exaggeration to say these classes have had the most profound impact on my life. Through Marks down to earth, relatable and friendly nature- he guided us through his process. We were able to physically go through his acting process from script to character and then put it into practise ourselves. It has completely changed the way I look at scripts and the development of character forever..."


The Actor’s Community is delighted to announce that Mark Rowley, one of the leading actors on Netflix’s The Last Kingdom, will be taking a weekend intensive course.

Within the class we will break down the text - 'detective work' - to find hidden clues and use your own life to enrich the life of the character. We will then work on scenes from the script and apply the technique. You will find the joy of exploring and creating. 

You will study a text provided by the coach/mentor and be expected to prepare a speech of your own choice. These classes are designed for actors over 18 years of age who have acting experience and some kind of training.

mark Rowley's personal acting checklist


Led by... 

Mark Rowley (Actor, Series Lead)



July: 31st

Aug: 1st

Aug: 2nd

Time (BST)

5 - 9pm

6 - 9pm

5 - 9pm


Online via Zoom

No of Classes


important info



£50 per class / £13.63 per hour

There will be 12 actors per class

You must be 18+ to participate in this class

This class is designed for advanced/professional students


About James

James is an actor and producer. He has worked with internationally acclaimed directors Lars Von Trier, Amma Asante, Andrea Arnold and Joe Wright, as well as extensively in television and theatre in the UK. He was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Ensemble Award and won the Newport Beach Film Festival Ensemble Award for ‘The Imitation Game’ with Benedict Cumberbatch. He is currently working on The Last Kingdom (Netflix), recently completed Catherine the Great with Helen Mirren (HBO) and stars in upcoming comedy The Break with Philip Jackson and Alison Steadman (BBC radio). His first film as a producer ‘Morning is Broken’ was nominated for the Iris Prize and was part of BFI Flare’s first Five Films for Freedom. It screened in 90 countries internationally and secured numerous distribution deals. His production company Visual Goods creates genre films with socially conscious stories. As a teacher James has run workshops focussing particularly on film acting. His experience on set as an actor and a producer has given him a unique perspective on how an actor can use there knowledge of the filmmaking process to improve their craft.