Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Highest Rated: 96% Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011)

Lowest Rated: 14% Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London (2004)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England, UK

A British character actor best known for two feats -- his lengthy tenure as a participant in the small-screen sketch comedy program The Fast Show, and his multi-film portrayal of the genial and sweet-natured patriarch Arthur Weasley in the Harry Potter movies -- Mark Williams in fact chalked up a lengthy series of feature roles that extended far beyond the scope of those projects, beginning in the early '80s. Throughout, he tended to specialize in average-looking everyman types but made his strongest impression in fantasy-themed material. He debuted on the big screen in the 1982 Privileged (during his early twenties) and subsequently signed for projects including The Master (1989), Kill Line (1991), and The Borrowers (1997). Fantasy lovers will invariably associate Williams with his Weasley characterization, but may also remember his portrayal of Billy (a goat who had been changed into human form) in the Robert De Niro-Michelle Pfeiffer fantasy adventure Stardust (2007).

Highest Rated Movies



81% Early Man Barry 2018
No Score Yet Harry Potter: Journey Through a History of Magic Actor 2017
52% The Accountant Producer $86.2M 2016
No Score Yet Girl in Woods Producer 2016
60% Flutter Raymond 2015
56% Albert Nobbs Sean $3.1M 2012
96% Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 Arthur Weasley $381.1M 2011
77% Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 Arthur Weasley $295M 2010
83% Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Arthur Weasley $302M 2009
No Score Yet Masterpiece Classic Mr. Beebe 2008
76% Stardust Billy $38.3M 2007
78% Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Arthur Weasley $292M 2007
No Score Yet Big Bad Wolves Actor 2006
88% Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Arthur Weasley $290M 2005
89% Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story Ingoldsby $1.2M 2005
No Score Yet In Enemy Hands Producer 2004
90% Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Mr. Arthur Weasley $249.4M 2004
14% Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London Inspector Crescent $23.3M 2004
67% Anita & Me Vicar 2002
83% Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Mr. Weasley $261.9M 2002
20% High Heels and Lowlifes Tremaine 2001
40% Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? Roland Thornton 2001
33% Exit Wounds Cop 2001
No Score Yet Second Star to the Left Duke the Guinea Pig 2001
92% Shakespeare in Love Wabash 1998
48% The Corruptor Co. Captain 1998
73% The Borrowers Exterminator Jeff 1998
42% 101 Dalmatians Horace 1996
No Score Yet Werewolf Pool Player 1995
No Score Yet Kill Line Lou 1991
No Score Yet Trained to Fight Mark 1990
No Score Yet The Natural History of Parking Lots P.O 1989
60% High Season Benny 1987


No Score Yet Father Brown
Father Brown 2020
85% Merlin
Voice of the Goblin 2011
No Score Yet Masterpiece
Sir John Middleton Mr. Beebe Claude Evans 2009
No Score Yet Xena: Warrior Princess
Fire Maker 2000
No Score Yet Young Hercules
Bearer No. 1 1999
100% Being Human
No Score Yet Blandings
100% Elfen Lied
Executive Producer
No Score Yet Hustle
Dale Ridley
No Score Yet Super Duper Sumos
Executive Producer
No Score Yet The Fast Show


Horace says: Did you hear that?

Jasper says: Hear what?

Horace says: That noise.

Jasper says: What noise?

Horace says: That noise I've just heard, did you hear it?

Jasper says: Oh yeah, yeah. Sounds like a complete berk answering me irritating questions...........Oh good, it's stopped now.

Jasper says: Oh yeah, yeah. Sounds like a complete berk answering me irritating questions... Oh good, it's stopped now.

Mr. Weasley says: What exactly is the function of a rubber duck?

Harry Potter says: Um...

Mrs. Weasley says: This morning, Your sons flew that enchanted car of yours to Surrey and back last night.

Mr. Weasley says: Did you really? How did it go? I mean... That was very wrong indeed, boys. Very wrong of you.

Mr. Weasley says: Now, Harry you must know all about Muggles, tell me, what exactly is the function of a rubber duck?

Arthur Weasley says: Times like these, dark times, they do funny things to people. They can tear them apart.