Charlie Murphy

Mairead

Charlie Murphy

Theatre includes: Arlington (National Theatre of Ireland and St Ann’s Warehouse), Our Few and Evil Days (Abbey Theatre, Dublin), Big Maggie (Druid Theatre), Disco Pigs (Young Vic), Pygmalion (National Theatre of Ireland/Abbey Theatre- Irish Times Theatre Best Actress Award), The Silver Tassie (Lincoln Centre), The Colleen Bawn and This Is Our Youth (Bedrock Theatre), The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui (Bruiser Theatre), Anatomy Of A Seagull (Smock Alley Theatre), Once A Catholic (Wexford Opera House) 4.48 Psychosis (Granary Theatre, Cork), Romeo And Juliet (Half Moon Theatre), The Taming Of The Shrew (Shakespeare in the Park).

Television includes: Peaky Blinders, To Walk Invisible, Happy Valley, Rebellion, The Last Kingdom, The Village (IFTA Best Supporting Actress nomination), Quirke, Ripper Street, Misfits, Love/ Hate (The Irish Film and Television Award for Best Actress).

Film includes: The Foreigner, Northmen – A Viking Saga, Philomena