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What clients said about Mark...
When I first came to him, I was completely green. Mark said, “Absolutely, I can teach you!” and has been a joy to work with ever since. He comes to every class enthusiastic, excited and loving what he’s teaching.
Actor, stage combat enthusiast & performer
He was able to point out the things that I didn't know, and that really helped me create a much more believable accent and a character around that. He was able to get me speaking naturally with a lot of confidence for my audition, which I'm pretty sure I rocked, so I cannot recommend him highly enough.
TV & Film Actor
Mark worked with actors on a production I was directing. One night, a South African audience member came up to ask who the 'Saffer' was. I replied that it was a Canadian actor who was helped by an excellent dialect coach.
Dr Art Babayants
Theatre Director, Artist, Educator and Researcher
Mark was able to help me elevate my understanding and mastery of the Yorkshire dialect to a whole new level. His knowledge of the mechanics of speech, ability to interpret the nuances of the dialect phonetically and thoughtful coaching style allowed me to develop a much more authentic voice for my character. To date, it is one of the performances of which I am most proud, and I could not have done it without Mark's exceptional support.
Live Actor Simulator
Mark Dallas is an amazing dialect coach and was able to help my daughter submit a British accent for a major role in a short period of time, even going above and beyond by creating a pronunciation sheet. He was able to push my daughter out of her comfort zone and is a great motivator. I highly recommend his services, especially if you are looking for someone to access your child’s individual talents and abilities and help improve on their voice weaknesses.
Teacher and young actor's mom
Please note that Lily recorded this in the Essex accent I'd coached her in. Her usual accent is that of Toronto, Canada.