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Recent theatre work includes Catastrophe (Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival); Signatories (Verdant); The Weir (Royal Lyceum); and The Wake (Abbey Theatre).
Further theatre credits include The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Last Days of a Reluctant Tyrant, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar, Defender of the Faith (winner, Irish Times Irish Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor), The Wild Duck, Communion, The Sanctuary Lamp, Translations, The House, The Tempest, The Importance of Being Earnest, She Stoops to Folly, As the Beast Sleeps, Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, The Adventures of Shay Mouse, The Third Law of Motion, The Last Apache Reunion, Moonshine, The Gentle Island, The Lower Depths, The Playboy of the Western World (Helen Hayes Award, Washington DC) and The Glass Menagerie (Abbey Theatre); The Ugly One (Royal Court); Under the Black Flag and Coriolanus (Globe Theatre); The Lonesome West (Lyric, Belfast); The Shadow of a Gunman (Tricycle); Aristocrats (Gate Theatre and Lincoln Center, New York); Life Support and The Collection (Aldwych Theatre); Wild Harvest (Druid); Moonshine (Red Kettle); Hamlet and King Lear (Second Age); Richard II (Ouroboros); Lally the Scut (Tinderbox); The Waste Land (Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival 2015); and Wild Harvest (Gaiety Theatre).
Recent television appearances include Penny Dreadful, The Tudors (Showtime); Titanic: Blood and Steel (Netflix); 1916: Seachtar Dearmadta (Abú Media/TG4); The Frankenstein Chronicles (ITV); The Fall and My Mother and Other Strangers (BBC).
Other screen credits include The Morrigan (Haus Pictures); The First Wave (Tilted Pictures); Agnes Browne (Hell’s Kitchen); David Copperfield, The Blackwater Lightship (Hallmark); Small Engine Repair, Proof (Subotica); The Ambassador, Rebal Heart, Pulling Moves, As the Beast Sleeps, Out of Hours, Getting Hurt and The Railway Station Man (BBC); The Affair of the Necklace (Alcon Entertainment); Anytime Now (RTÉ); Day One (Grand Pictures); Murder Prevention (World Films); Bad Girls (ITV); Hunger (Film 4); Bitter Sweet (Element Pictures); Bloodlines: Legacy of a Lord (Vine International) and Circle of Friends (Good Girls Productions).