A left-back, the Spurs
website stated that this Academy player previously played
for Charlton Athletic. Born in London, he was brought up in Redbridge
and was a pupil at Roding Valley. He represented Harlow and West
Essex at Schools football. Made three starts for their Under-17s,
as well as four substitute appearances, and played once for the
Under-19s in 2002/03.
An article on his teammate Charlie Daniels
in Spurs magazine (March 2004) reveals that they were both at
Norwich together as youngsters.
Released by Spurs at the end of the 2004/5 season, Mark joined
Southend on trial and then as a scholar. In December 2005, he
was loaned to Conference South side Lewes to get work experience.
Released by Southend at the end of the 2005/6 season, Mark joined
Grays Athletic on a one year contract in August 2006. On 23rd
November 2006, he was loaned to Crawley. He extended this for
another month in early January 2007.
On 16th February 2007, St Albans City manager Colin Lippiatt
brought Wright to Clarence Park initially on a month's loan. "He's
a young lad, with a nice left peg and he's had a decent grooming
at Spurs. He's not really had a look in at Grays but that's nothing
to do with me as I don't pick their team. He should give us a
nice balance down the left and provide cover at both left-back
and left midfield."
On 20th March 2007, Mark was loaned out again, this time to Rushden
& Diamonds. Mark was released by Grays in May 2007 and joined
Bishops Stortford on trial in July 2007 along with Tom Williams
(another former Grays player), Steffan Gaisie, Callum Kearns (both
ex-Southend United) and Ronnie Henry (ex-West Ham United)
Mark signed for Bishops Stortford but moved to Fisher Athletic
on 11th December 2007. He later trialled for AFC Bournemouth before
joining Thurrock but returned to Stortford in February 2009. .
On leaving football, he went into night club promotion and starred
in the ITV show "The Only Way Is Essex" which centred
on his club Deuces bar and Lounge
In September 2011, Mark joined Heybridge Swifts but quit after
just 2 games.
In November 2011, Mark appeared on "I'm A Celebrity Get
Me Out of Here"