British actor Mark Dignam made a name for himself on the big screen. In his early acting career, Dignam appeared in such films as "Beau Brummell" (1954) with Stewart Granger, the Dirk Bogarde comedy adaptation "Doctor in the House" (1955) and "The Prisoner" (1955). He also appeared in the Kenneth More dramatic adaptation "Sink the Bismarck!" (1960), the adaptation "In Search of the Castaways" (1962) with Maurice Chevalier and the comedic adaptation "Tom Jones" (1963) with Albert Finney. His film career continued throughout the sixties and the seventies in productions like the Richard Burton comedy adaptation "The Taming of the Shrew" (1967), the adaptation "Isadora" (1968) with Vanessa Redgrave and "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (1968). He also appeared in the Nicol Williamson dramatic adaptation "Hamlet" (1969), the comedic adaptation "There's a Girl in My Soup" (1970) with Peter Sellers and "Dead Cert" (1974) with Scott Antony. Toward the end of his career, he tackled roles in the Julie Christie drama "Memoirs of a Survivor" (1981), the Herbert Norville dramatic comedy "The Chain" (1985) and the drama "On the Black Hill" (1991) with Mike Gwilym. He also had a part in the TV miniseries "The Story of David" (1975-76). Dignam also acted in "Pure Hell of St. Trinian's." Mark Dignam passed away in September 1989 at the age of 80.