is an English actor, writer, producer and Voice Over artist working (on a Green Card) in Los Angeles and the U.K. He has a reputation on stage and on screen as an authoritative, intelligent performer with a fine dry wit.
John Mawson on IMDb
Theatrical Agent (L.A.): Tom Markley at Metropolitan. (MTA)
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Theatrical Agent (UK): Jane Dunlop at Stage Centre Management.
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Commercial Agent (L.A.): Joan Messinger at Pinnacle.
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For information on past present and future film and TV film projects developed by John, see
North Atlantic Ridge productions
Find out everything you ever wanted to know (and probably rather more!) about John in this lighthearted but in-depth interview on Actors E-Chat. (Scroll down in the window to the video itself)
John has been shooting an episode of the ABC TV show "Castle". Look out for him throughout Ep #721
John had great fun filming a leading role in Carl Bessai's feature movie "Audition", with a stellar cast including Bruce Greenwood, Deborah Kara Unger and Dean Geyer.
We're very happy to announce that the award winning short film "6 Years, 4 Months & 23 Days" is now available to watch on Indieflix. Follow the link and sign up for a 2 week trial in order to watch the film for free! "6 Years..." on Indieflix
Here's the trailer:
John is very proud to have narrated the extraordinary World War 2 Historical novel "Beneath Another Sun" by Robert Radcliffe". It is a harrowing but uplifting story. It has garnered wonderful reviews in the UK and is highly recommended.
"Beneath Another Sun" on Amazon.com
John plays College Dean John Buttner in the Anglo/ French/US production pilot "One Of A Kind". Here he is...
The 2014 Toscars (The BritsinLA parodies of the Oscars) was a great success, with an amazing show enjoyed by a packed house at the famous Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. John wrote and produced "Knobraska", a 5 minute parody of "Nebraska" which was very well received:
"TOSCARS THE TOAST OF HOLLYWOOD YET AGAIN
... Special mention must also go to Clement von Franckenstein for his turn as Woody in John Mawson's "Knobraska" – which (at least for us) was the standout performance of the night. Everything about this black and white parody of Alexander Payne’s road-trip movie, from the performances to the cinematography and director Chris Devlin’s understated, realistic style, elevated it head and shoulders above its competitors."
Nick Stark, The British Weekly.
Here's the original "Nebraska" trailer, followed by "Knobraska", for you to enjoy!