Royston make-up artist wins Bafta for The Grand Budapest Hotel

PUBLISHED: 16:08 09 February 2015 | UPDATED: 16:13 09 February 2015

Mark won the Make Up and Hair award at last night's event

Mark won the Make Up and Hair award at last night's event


A Royston make-up artist has won a Bafta for his work on The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Mark Coulier won the Make Up and Hair award at the star studded event at the Royal Opera House.

Mark has also been nominated for an Oscar and will attend the awards in two weeks time with his wife Amanda.

The make-up and prosthetics artist already has one Oscar to his name for his work transforming Meryl Streep into The Iron Lady.

The film collected five awards at last night’s event.

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