Mark Crossley (broadcaster)

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Mark Crossley
Mark Crossley

22 April 1987 (1987-04-22) (age 32)
Occupation Radio DJ,

Mark Crossley (born 22 April 1987) is an English Radio DJ, best known for hosting the evening show on national UK station Absolute Radio.

Mark presented shows on BBC Radio 1 and Absolute Radio on the same day in May 2009 [1] - and joined Absolute Radio three months later.

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