Marek Oravec is an Austrian actor, living and working in London.
Since 2005, Oravec lives and works in London, Great Britain where he graduated from Drama Centre London.
At the beginning of his career the actor was cast in three major roles at the Murau festival Shakespeare in Styria performed in English: In 2006 he was Caliban in a Nicholas Allen production of The Tempest, in 2007 and in 2009 he performed the male leading roles in Romeo and Juliet and in Macbeth, both directed by Daniel Winder. His debut in England was the title role in Goethe"s Faust, directed by Cecil Hayter at the London Tabard Theatre. In 2011 he performed at the Royal National Theatre - in The Kitchen by Arnold Wesker, directed by Bijan Sheibani.
Apart from several roles in film productions, Oravec regularly performs for British television productions such as the action series Crossing Lincolnshire, the daily soap Doctors, the procedural comedy-drama New Tricks and the science fiction series Torchwood.
Furthermore he joined Anna Friel in the television drama The Psychopath Next Door and was invited to the talkshow The Dinner Party. 2012 Best Feature Film Actor at the Los Angeles INDIE Film Festival (for the title role in The Tragedy of Macbeth).