I’m an actor originally from Co. Galway and currently based in Dublin. I trained at the Focus Theatre and for two years on the fulltime programme at the Gaiety School of Acting, graduating in 2012.
In July 2016 I represented the West of Ireland at the International Comedy Symposium at the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College, performing in my play Where The Wild Wind Blows, a parody of The Playboy of the Western World.
In December 2016 I performed in my own comedy show Stacked in the International Comedy Club.
I co-wrote and starred in music videos for the punk rock band Paranoid Visions and the singer/songwriter Grainne Cotter for her new single Give You Mine. My short The Social Experiment was a finalist at the One Minute Film Competition at last years Galway Film Fleadh and then went onto win a judges award at the Wexford Documentary Festival. I’ve also appeared in numerous sketches on You Tube and co present a film programme called No Budget.
I played the part of the femme fatale Carol in the short film noir Dirty Money which was showcased at The March on Film Competition in the Sugar Club, Dublin in May.
I shot the pilot for a new period drama called A Very Irish Family, playing the part of Claire, the maid. The pilot is written by Rob Gill and directed by Emmet Kelly.
I played the part of Suzy in Meitherhood, written by Christiane O’Mahony and directed by Mo O’ Connell and the part of Liz in Writers Block written and directed by Chetan Kolker, both short films will be released later this year.
I played the part of Velma in the play Birdbath written by the American playwright Leonard Melfi. It was staged in The International in early May. The play is directed by Paddy Kelly and also stars Gerry Wade.
I was part of a new comedy pilot called Normanstown, starring Pearse Halpin and directed by Colm Sexton and played the lead female part in the short film A Decent Proposal written and directed by Cathal Feeney which was made for last years years March on Film competition. A Decent Proposal will be shown at The Chicago Irish Film Festival on the 1st of March.
I was delighted to be part of Scene and Heard 2020 with a sample of my new play The Storm which showcased in Smock Alley Theatre in the end of February.