Dermot Murphy is an up-and-coming Irish actor originally hailing from Wexford.
Dermot was most recently cast in the role of Sticks in the Freeform (formerly ABC Family) series GUILT. He has also just wrapped filming the lead role of Gabriel in the feature film THE DRUMMER AND THE GOALKEEPER, written and directed by Nick Kelly.
His most recent credits include the role of Liam Madigan in series three of the BBC NI drama 6DEGREES and the role of Snowy in the RTÉ drama CLEAN BREAK, produced by Octagon (LOVE/HATE), written by Billy Roche, and directed by Gillies MacKinnon. Dermot also played the role of Brian in the popular RTÉ series, RAW, and the supporting role of Tom Watters opposite Killian Scott in the feature film BLACK ICE, which premiered at the 2013 Jameson Internation Film Festival. Other recent work includes the award-winning short NO MESSAGES, directed by Cian McGarrigle, and the music video for Basciville's BLUES IN RED, directed by Caolan Barron.
Theatre credits include LAY ME DOWN SOFTLY, directed by Billy Roche, which was staged in the Tricycle Theatre, London (2011), Eoin Colfer's acclaimed comedy LORDS OF LOVE with Afterhours Theatre Company, MANAPIA MEN and AMPHIBIANS, both with Tin Drum Productions, and most recently Decadent Theatre's touring production of THE CAVALCADERS, directed by Andrew Flynn.
Dermot also recently played the lead role of Jimmy Brady in the radio drama version of Billy Roche's HANDFUL OF STARS, produced by South East Radio, which was nominated for Best Drama at the PPI National Radio Awards 2015.
Dermot is based in London.
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