Bosco Hogan

 

Bosco is one of Ireland’s best-known and most respected actors.

He is currently filming Ridley Scott's new feature THE LAST DUEL and Netflix series VALHALLA.

Bosco most recently appeared in the Druid production of RICHARD III at the Lincoln Center, New York.

He was most recently cast in A+E series MISS SCARLETT & THE DUKE directed by Declan O'Dwyer and the role of Mendel in the feature film MIRAGE directed by Sil can der Woerd. Prior to that, he filmed the role of James Lane in CITIZEN LANE directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan for RTÉ.

Recent credits include the role of Charlie Tobin in Eugene McCabe's KING OF THE CASTLE, directed by Garry Hynes for Druid and Stacie Passon's feature film WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE, in which he played the role of Ol' Ned alongside Sebastian Stan, Taissa Farmiga and Alexandra Daddario.

Other recent screen appearances include season five of the History Channel's VIKINGS, the role of Flint in THE FLAG, a feature directed by Declan Recks, the role of Dr. Louie Byrne in TV3's TRIAL OF THE CENTURY directed by Maurice Sweeney and Esras Film's THE INQUIRY, in which he played the role of William Martin Murphy. He would also be familiar to many from his role a Bishop Piccolomini in Neil Jordan’s THE BORGIAS.

 

Theatre credits include the role of Father Sheridan in JIMMY'S HALL, directed by Graham McLaren, Old Pyper in OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE SOMME by Frank McGuinness, directed by Jeremy Herrin  at the Abbey Theatre, the role of Alfieri in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE directed by Joe Dowling for the Gate Theatre, the role of Lane in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST directed by Patrick Mason, also with the Gate Theatre (with performances at the Spoleto Festival, USA) the lead role of Séamus in Druid Theatre Company’s production of Tom Murphy’s play, BRIGIT and the acclaimed DRUIDSHAKESPEARE project. 

 

Bosco is based in Dublin.