Mark Williams
English actor
Mark Williams
Mark Williams is an English actor, comedian, screenwriter and presenter. He is best known as one of the stars of the popular BBC sketch show The Fast Show, as well as for his role as Arthur Weasley in the Harry Potter films.
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Wen Says China to Focus on Taming Inflation Even as Economic Growth Slows - Bloomberg
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“The government is worried that even if inflation pressures are easing now, if they relax too much or let people think they are relaxing, inflation and expectations could rise again,” said Mark Williams, a London-based Asia economist at Capital
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Media Watch - AFL.com
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GWS continues to scotch the 'Mark Williams will be the real coach of the Giants' talk by telling The Age that Kevin Sheedy, whose role this year has been more marketing-focused, will be the man in charge next season for the maiden season
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Football Week 1: Annapolis rallies for OT win - Dearborn Press and Guide
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Mark Williams scored the only Annapolis touchdown of the first half on a short run and he found pay dirt again late in the third quarter after a couple big runs by Derien Stephens set the locals up in the red zone. Quarterback Cody Hicks hit Williams
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Alan claims £1000 first prize and trophy - New Post Leader
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Following the Mark Williams Memorial Trophy finals night at Bedlington Station WMC are, left to right, organiser Mark McCann, Nicola Gibson, from sponsors Coors Beer, winner Alan George, Mark Williams' father Norman Williams and organiser Terry Allen
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Williams sent packing from PTC 3 - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
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Mark Williams was ousted in spectacular fashion by former pro Michael Judge in the first round of the PTC 3 event in Sheffield. The world number one fell to a shock 4-0 defeat at the World Snooker Academy. Judge registered breaks of 71, 71,
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Israel Folau in fine form: GWS Giants coach Mark Williams - Herald Sun
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Picture: Chris Hyde/Getty Images Source: Getty Images AFL convert Israel Folau should no longer be viewed as a travelling sideshow, says GWS Giants coach Mark Williams. Folau kicked a goal, had several goal assists and delivered some pinpoint foot
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Stuart Bingham defeats Mark Williams to claim first ranking title: 2011 ... - bettor.com (blog)
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England's Stuart Bingham made a remarkable break in his snooker career after he defeated world number one, Mark Williams, in the final of 2011 Australian Goldfields Open to claim his first ever ranking title victory. Bingham outplayed the Welsh
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Ohio leaking jobs again - Columbus Dispatch
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Thousands of central Ohio workers lost their jobs in June as weak economic growth nationally helped push the region's jobless rate to its highest point since February. "It's even uglier than it looks," said Bill LaFayette,
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Mount Holly man given round of rabies shots after being attacked by fox - WBTV
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MOUNT HOLLY, NC (WBTV) - Mark Williams told WBTV he was attacked by a fox Sunday morning at his Crest Street home. Williams says he was walking to his car when the fox jumped up and bit him on the leg
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Williams retires his sweet kicking style - Sydney Morning Herald
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MARK Williams couldn't stop smiling. It was only the pre-season, it wasn't even a win, yet kicking the after-the-siren goal that drew Essendon's round one NAB Cup clash with St Kilda meant a lot to him. Having struggled during his first year in ... - -
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Bingham beats Williams for first ranking title - Times of India
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BENDIGO: England's Stuart Bingham came from behind to beat world number one Mark Williams in his first-ever final at the world-ranking Australian Goldfields Snooker Open at Bendigo on Sunday. Bingham fought back from 8-5 down to win the last four ... - -
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Mark Williams fights to victory over Dominic Dale in Australia - The Guardian
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Mark Williams of Wales is in the semi-finals of the Australian Goldfields Open after beating Dominic Dale. Photograph: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images Mark Williams fought back three times before beating Dominic Dale with a 142 break to set up a ... - -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mark Williams
    FIFTIES
  • 2014
    Age 54
    In 2014 and 2015, he presented the BBC daytime game show The Link.
    More Details Hide Details The show ran for two series. Aside from his acting work, Williams has also presented several documentary programmes: Mark Williams' Big Bangs on the history of explosives, a follow-up to previous series Mark Williams on the Rails, Industrial Revelations and More Industrial Revelations. He is a supporter of Aston Villa F.C. although, living in Brighton, he also supports Brighton & Hove Albion. Interviewed in 2014 by the Lancashire Evening Post, when asked if some people still saw him as a comedy actor, Williams replied, "Well, it’s only a few people in the BBC. In America, they see me as a major British character actor, but unfortunately, the BBC is pretty parochial and people are institutionalised here."
  • 2013
    Age 53
    Williams also featured in the first series of Blandings, the BBC TV adaptation of the P. G. Wodehouse Blandings Castle stories, broadcast in 2013, in which he played Beach, the Emsworth's tipsy butler; his performance was described as "a delight" by Quentin Letts in the Daily Mail but he did not return for the show's second season, for which he was replaced by Tim Vine.
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  • FORTIES
  • 2002
    Age 42
    His most famous cinema role is as Arthur Weasley in the Harry Potter film series, which began in 2002. Other high-profile appearances include the film adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Stardust alongside Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro and Claire Danes in 2007 and a 2012 role in Doctor Who as Brian Williams, father of the Doctor's companion, Rory.
    More Details Hide Details Since 2013, he has appeared as the lead role in the BBC costume drama Father Brown.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1982
    Age 22
    Williams made his film début alongside fellow débutants Hugh Grant and Imogen Stubbs in the Oxford University Film Foundation production Privileged in 1982.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on August 22, 1959.
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