Clarabelle Murphy

 

Clarabelle is currently studying drama at University College, Dublin. She most recently filmed the role of Gemma in Alison Spittle's RTÉ 2 comedy series NOWHERE FAST, which is due to air in Autumn 2017. 

 

Clarabelle's theatre credits include the role of Margaret in THE MESSENGER by Dermot Bolger, directed by Phil Kingston for The Abbey Theatre, FÉILEACÁN - a Youth Theatre Ireland Playshare event written and directed by Ciaran Gray and performed at Axis, Ballymun, the National Youth Theatre production SALT MOUNTAIN written by Carmel Winters and directed by Jo Mangan at Project Arts Centre, ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE by Martin Crimp, directed by Deirdre Lennon with Dublin Youth Theatre, AC Productions' 12 DAYS IN MAY by Frank Allen, directed by Peter Reid and MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR also directed by Peter Reid at the Samuel Beckett Theatre.  

 

Recent work with the UCD Drama Society includes the role of Martha in CELL by Paula Meehan, directed by Ailish Toal and the role of Paula in ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS, written by Richard Bean and directed by Ali Dempsey Mcmahon and Camille Lombard.

Clarabelle is based in Dublin.