Aoibhín Garrihy


Aoibhín earned a BA in Acting Studies from Trinity College, Dublin.


Aoibhín most recently played the role of Sorcha in Landmark Production's BREAKING DAD directed by Jimmy Fay and the role of Gwendolen Fairfax in the Gate Theatre's touring production of THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at the Spoleto Festival, USA. 


Recent screen credits include Allan Cubitt’s acclaimed TV series THE FALL (Season 2), in which she played the role of Lyndsey Conklin, the role of Samantha in the feature film MONGED, written by Gary Duggan (based on the stage play of the same name), and two short films THE PROPOSAL and THE WEDDING, directed by Liam O'Mochain. 


Other film and television appearances include; HONEYMOON FOR ONE, directed by Kevin O’Conner, DRIP directed by Emma Roche, MATTIE directed by Shimmy Marcus, the role of Sally in the critically acclaimed series LOVE/HATE, and the regular role of Neasa Dillion in Ireland’s long-running Soap, FAIR CITY.

Further theatre credits include the role of Jane Bennett in The Gate Theatre’s highly successful production of Pride and Prejudice, directed by Alan Stanford (which also ran as part of the Hong Kong International Arts Festival), the role of Hester Worsley in The Gate Theatre’s production of A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE, directed by Patrick Mason, SERIOUS MONEY, with Rough Magic Theatre Company, PLEASE LEAVE A MESSAGE with Project Arts Centre, STOP/OVER and NEUROPOLIS with Duggan and Logue, THE DRUNKARD, NOW IS THE WINTER, CHURCHILL X3, SWEENEY'S FLIGHT, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, and THE WINTER'S TALE, all with the Samuel Beckett Theatre.


Aoibhín is also an experienced voice-artist, most recently providing the voice of Rose in Andrew Kavanagh's animated short CITY OF ROSES.


Aoibhín is based in Dublin.  

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