Conor Mullen is one of Ireland’s most recognisable actors, having worked extensively in television both in Ireland and the UK.
He is currently filming the role of Frank in BBC series SMOTHER and the role of Mr. McKenzie in Channel 5 series THE DROWNING.
He recently completed filming the role of Elijah Rooker in Cinemax series WARRIOR and the role of Tom in BBC/Hulu series NORMAL PEOPLE.
Recent credits include the regular role of Superintendent Kevin Dunne in the popular TV3 drama RED ROCK, DECEPTION for TV3/Tyrone Productions; GOLD, directed by Niall Herry; WODEHOUSE IN EXILE, directed by Tim Fywell; PATRICK'S DAY, directed by Terry McMahon; UNITED PASSIONS, directed by Frédéric Auburtin in which he plays the role of Ivo Shricker, Corin Hardy's THE WOODS and MORGAN directed by Luke Scott.
Conor is perhaps best known for playing Stuart McElroy in HOLBY CITY and for his lead role as Aiden Doherty in the BBC series ROUGH DIAMOND. He also played the role of Mike Appleton in the RTE/BBC production WHEN HARVEY MET BOB, with his other TV credits including SILENT WITNESS (BBC); PUCKOON, directed by Terence Ryan; PROOF 2 (Dir. Thaddeus O’Sullivan) and ANNER HOUSE (both for RTÉ); HEARTBEAT and MURDER PREVENTION for ITV; ISLAND AT WAR, RECKLESS AND ULTIMATE FORCE for Granada; SCHOOL RUN for Grand Pictures; and THE WHISTLEBLOWERS for Carnival Films.
Mullen’s film work includes SALTWATER directed by Conor McPhearson; ORDINARY DECENT CRIMINAL, directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan; SILENT GRACE, directed by Maeve Brennan; THE TIGER'S TAIL, directed by John Boorman, and THE HONEYMOONERS directed by Karl Golden.
His theatre credits include numerous productions with the Abbey Theatre, the Gate Theatre, Druid Theatre, and Red Kettle Theatre Company in Ireland. He has also appeared at the Bush Theatre and the Hampstead Theatre in London. Notable productions include THE CONSTANT WIFE, at the Gate Theatre, THIS LIME TREE BOWER at the Bush Theatre; TRANSLATIONS at the Gaiety Theatre; LADY WINDEMERE'S FAN at The Gate Theatre Dublin (directed by Alan Stanford); and MACBETH and NO ROMANCE at the Abbey Theatre.
Conor is based in Dublin.
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