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Terry O'Neill


Terry recently appeared in the role of Macker in the Abbey Theatre production LAST ORDERS AT THE DOCKSIDE by Dermot Bolger. He recently completed filming on Sarah Ahern's short film TOO SLOW, and Claire Bermingham's RED LAKE directed by Shaun Dunne.

Other recent screen credits include Brendan Canty's short film JAM, and the role of Liam Walsh in James Fitzgerald’s short film, THE INVISIBLE BOY.


Since graduating from Bow Street,  his screen credits include the lead role of Martin in feature film, THE MEETING directed by Alan Gilsenan, the guest lead role of John in RTÉ Series, STRIKING OUT directed by Lisa James Larsson, the roles of Mala in DAWN directed by Robert Stromberg for MGM, John Flynn in Frank Berry's highly acclaimed feature MICHAEL INSIDE, the role of the Guard in the film of DUBLIN OLDSCHOOL directed by Dave Tynan,  Aiden in LOVE/HATE Series 3 directed by David Caffrey, Kevin in feature film A DATE FOR MAD MARY directed by Darren Thornton, Trevor in THE LETTER directed by Kevin O'Farrell, Terry in the feature HOW TO BE HAPPY directed by Brian O'Neill, Terry in the short film THE SHADOWBOXER directed by David O'Neill, as well has supporting roles in successful RTÉ Series REBELLION directed by Acu Louhimies and the short film SPACER directed by Jeda de Brí.  


Other stage credits include ALIEN DOCUMENTARY at  the Harmonie Theatre in Leeuwarden in The Netherlands, the  role of the First Irregular in Seán O'Casey's JUNO & THE PAYCOCK directed by Mark O'Rowe, the role of the Submarine in Arthur Miller's A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE directed by Joe Dowling, and the role of Samson in ROMEO & JULIET directed by Wayne Jordan for the Gate Theatre. He also appeared in the role of Frankie in Brendan Behan's BORSTAL BOY directed by Conall Morrison at the Gaiety Theatre.

He is based in Dublin. 





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