Mark Bazeley is a British actor and voice artist best known for his role as Betancourt in the 2007 action film The Bourne Ultimatum. He also played the role of Alastair Campbell in the award-winning 2006 film The Queen.
In 2011 he starred as Mike in the short-lived police procedural television series The Body Farm, a spin-off of Waking the Dead.
His performance as the doomed Konstantin in Chekhov's The Seagull for the English Touring Theatre in 1997 earned him the Ian Charleson Award, a distinction given to classical actors under the age of 30.
Also in theatre, Bazeley played the role of Quango Twistleton (an opium-addicted diplomat) in Homebody/Kabul, and starred with Sean Bean in Hamlet.
He starred in the short-lived 2007 comedy series The Time of Your Life. Other television shows he has guest starred in include Midsomer Murders, Noah's Ark, The Cazalets, Holby City, Canterbury Tales, Spooks and Foyle's War.
He narrated the wildlife documentary series Animal Cops South Africa, which premiered in 2008.