Somebody jokingly suggested recently that Mark Wright should be the man to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond and while many people sniggered at this remark, Mark Wright did not. While Mark has accepted that it was a comment made in jest, he does honestly believe he would make a good 007 and thinks that it is a testament to his character that he dreams so big.
Wright explained, "It's any man's dream, being Bond. Someone made a joke in a paper about me playing him and I thought, 'Why not? I'll do it, I'll be the next James Bond'. That's the kind of guy I am. I believe you have to dream big and aim for the stars. A bit of it might be tongue-in-cheek, but do I think I'd make a good Bond? Yeah, I do."
It was recently announced that Mark Wright is set to make his big screen movie debut in a British gangster movie, alongside Danny Dyer and Kelly Brook. It is also believed that Mark Wright is working with a vocal coach, in an attempt to get rid of his Essex accent and help him to achieve Hollywood success. Good Luck Mark, keep dreaming big.