After training as a journalist, Mark Redhead joined London Weekend Television, where his work as a producer included 'The Trial of Richard III' and 'The Trial Of Lee Harvey Oswald'.
As a documentary Producer/Director he made series on subjects as diverse as climate change and the British monarchy.
He moved into drama at Granada, and developed and Executive Produced the mini series, 'This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper'.
Working in partnership with Writer/Director Paul Greengrass, he made the Bafta winning 'Murder of Stephen Lawrence', and conceived and produced 'Bloody Sunday', which won the World Cinema Prize at the Sundance Festival and the Golden Bear in Berlin.
He joined Hat Trick in 2002 and has Executive Produced the satirical comedy 'Jeffrey Archer: The Truth', 'In Denial of Murder', two series of the critically acclaimed, RTS award winning medical series 'Bodies', Meera Syal's 'Life isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee', Children's Bafta winner 'That Summer Day', 'Marie Lloyd: Queen of the Music Hall', 'Fairy Tales, God on Trial', written by Frank Cottrell Boyce, and comedy drama series 'Mutual Friends'.
Recent prodiuctions include 'Point of Rescue', starring Olivia Willams, 'The Suspicions of Mr Whicher', starring Paddy Considine, and the psychological thriller ‘Case Sensitive‘.