Liz has been nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award 2019 for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The Abbey & Complex co-production DUBLIN WILL SHOW YOU HOW by Tracy Martin.
Liz has just wrapped on TV Series THE SOUTH WESTERLIES for Deadpan Pictures playing the role of Derbhla opposite Eileen Walsh. Earlier this year Liz completed filming on BBC/Hulu series NORMAL PEOPLE directed by Lenny Abrahamson and Hettie Macdonald, on the feature HERSELF directed by Phyllida Lloyd and on short film CALVING directed by Louis Bhose for Agile Films.
On stage she has recently appeared as Lady Macbeth in an Irish Language version of MACBETH for Fíbín Theatre Company. Prior to this she completed a National tour reprising the role of Maeve in the stage production REMEMBER TO BREATHE and before that she performed her one-woman show KICKING ALL THE BOXES at The Vaults Festival in London. In January 2019 she completed filming the role of Patricia in REDEMPTION OF A ROGUE: A BLUES OPERA written and directed by Philip Doherty and opposite Aaron Monaghan.
Other recent credits include TÓRAÍOCHT directed by Mikel Murfi for Fíbín Theatre Company, Galway, the lead role of Maeve in REMEMBER TO BREATHE directed by Orla Murphy, with performances at the Dublin and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, the role of Bianca in OTHELLO directed by Joe Dowling at The Abbey Theatre, Dublin and Fishamble's INSIDE THE GPO directed by Jim Culleton, in which she played the role of Min.
Screen credits include the role of Vicky in LITTLE DEVIL, a short film directed by John Andrew O'Rourke, the role of Tina in the RTÉ series TRIVIA directed by Tom Hall, Failsafe Films' TALK IT OUT, the short film LOVE ME directed by Mark Cantan in which she played the leading female role and the role of Emma in the popular RTÉ series FAIR CITY.
Liz is also an experienced voice-over artist, and has voiced roles for RTÉ Radio Drama on One, most recently the role of Jenny in MY BROTHER TIM by Mick Jordan, and the role of Anna in INTERVIEW WITH A GENERAL by the poet Peter Sirr, directed by Aidan Mathews.
She is based in Dublin.