Acting and Health

Dr Mark Seton is the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship for his study into actor training healthcare practices. Dr Seton has lectured at various Australian Universities. His special passions are the ethical and sustainable training of actors for stage and screen.

Dr Mark Seton is the recipient of a Churchill Fellowship for his study into actor training healthcare practices.

Dr Seton has lectured at various Australian Universities and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School. His special passions are the ethical and sustainable training of actors for stage and screen. He also focuses upon how filmmakers collaborate with actors.

Mark is President of InterPlay Australia and Chairman of Health Promotion within ASPAH (Health Australian Society for Performing Arts). His article, “The ethos of embodiment: Actor training and habitual vulnerability” was published in the premier issue of the international journal, Performing Ethos.