Date of birth:
28 July 1969
Stats: 5’ 11”, slim athletic build, brown hair, blue eyes
Education: University College Cork, BA in English and Sociology

Theatre:
The Country Girls (The Gaity, Dublin and tour)
Bedbound (Lion and Unicorn, London)
I'll Be the Devil (The Royal Shakespeare Company, London)
The Weir (Haymarket, Basingstoke)
Dancing at Lughnasa (Library Theatre, Manchester)
Romeo and Juliet (UK Tour)
Riders to the Sea, The Winter’s Tale (Southwark Playhouse, London)
Volunteers, Powder Keg, Marathon, The Riot Act (Gate Theatre, London)
Sive (Tricycle Theatre, London)
Once A Catholic (UK and Ireland tour)
A Month in the Country (Gate Theatre, Dublin)
Wild Harvest, Antigone (Druid Theatre, Ireland)
Same Old Moon (Gielgud Theatre, West End)
The Little Clay Cart (Royal National Theatre)
Translations (Bristol Old Vic)
The Last Ones (Abbey Theatre, Dublin)
Christy Mahon in The Playboy of the Western World - three times - on tour in the USA, at the Birmingham Rep, and on tour in Ireland.

Television:
1916 The Unknown 7 - Willie Pearse (TG4)
My Family (BBC)
Holby City (BBC)
Ros Na Rún (TG4, Ireland)
Galway Races (TG4, Ireland)
City of Vice (Channel 4)
Little Britain (BBC)
Murphy’s Law (BBC)
Ballykissangel (BBC)
Sharpe’s Siege (ITV)
The Bill (ITV)
Leprechauns (Hallmark)
Storm in a Teacup (Channel 4).

Film:
Farming (Entiti Porductions, directed by Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbage)
Batman Begins (Warner Bros)
In the Border Country (Littlebird/Channel 4)
County Kilburn (Watermark Films)
Spirit Trap (Archangel Filmworks)
Mind Web (Medusa Vision)
The Art of Flirting (Tzunami Productions, an homage to Buster Keaton screened at the 2004 Kerry Film Festival)

Radio:
The Last September, That’s Not a Name I Know, On the Rocky Road to Wexford (BBC Radio 4)