We are happy to share that our advanced level students, from the Adult Advanced Scene Study and the Advanced 6-Month Actor Training classes are working in all areas of the theatre, film and TV professions. Here of our recent success stories with a few examples of their work/awards.
If you are a former student working in the industry and we missed you on this list, please contact us. Your work should be celebrated!
Starred as Patrick in TV series Love/Hate, starring in feature films Cardboard Gangsters, King of the Travelers, Stalker, Today, TV series Charlie and many more!
Awards: IFTA 2018 Winner for Best Actor in Leading Role -film and 2015 nominee for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Drama.
Played major roles in feature film What Richard Did, and lead role in films Rhinos and Out of Here, Cardboard Gangsters and more!. In theatre: “Plough and the Star” as Jack in the National Theatre London, “Desire Under the Elms” with Corn Exchange, and “Juno and the Paycock” at the Bristol Old Vic.
Awards: IFTA 2018 nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Cardboard Gangsters.
Playing Deco in The Commitments in London’s West End and featured lead in National Lottery ad campaign in television. Lead role of Guy in Once at the Olympia, Dublin. Principle role in “Assasin’s” in the Gate Theatre, and in Jimmy’s Hall in Abbey National Theatre, Dublin.
Acting on of the lead roles in “A Date for Mad Mary” Awards: Winner of “Best Irish Feature” award in the Galway Film Fleadh 2016.
Lead role of Nadine in TV series 2Love/Hate”. Lead in new TV series “Taken Down”. Lead in the film “Today”, principle roles in “Ripper Street”, “Breathe” and “Rebellion”, and more!
Winner “Best Actor” at the Underground Cinema awards 2014, for his role in “In this Place”, also in “A Day Like Today” and “Skunky Dog”. Winner “Best First Short Drama” at Galway Film Fleadh 2015 as Director/Writer. Also wrote/directed short film “Today” in multiple festivals.
Multiple film roles: This is My Son,Thank You Come Again, The Ripple effect, Shoebox Memories, Eden, Garda Series, The Immigrant, I’m GAA, and “The Saviour of Dublin City ” in Galway Film Fleadh 2016, among others.
Writer of feature film “A Day LikeToday” in Galway Film Fleadh 2015.
Burning House Productions, Actor, Writer, Producer
Winner “Best Actor” at Einhoven’s Film Festival for film “Lost Memories”. Winner “Best Male Actor” in Richard Harris International Film Festival. Winner “Best Actor” and “Best Irish Short Film” for “Lost Memories”.
Actor, Writer, Director
IFTA 2015 nominated for his animated film Ode to Love with Brown Bag Films.
Played featured lead role in Love/Hate and Between the Canals, director/writer for the film Eden, actor/producer feature film S.P.L.I.T, and several other films.
Nominated for Best Director for the 2015 Irish Times Theatre Awards for her production of the THEATREclub production of The Game.
Playing lead role in Stalker, lead role of Eva Tully in Red Rock, lead role in award winning Irish feature film, “Detainment”, and lead in Irish Rail ad campaign
Lead actor in film “The Struggle of Libations” – Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Writer/director for film “The Struggle of Libations” – Palm Springs International Film Festival and others.
Actor (“50 Kisses”, “One Night”), filmmaker, writer, director, producer of “Irish Energy”, “Positive Discrimination”, and more!
Leads in Dairy Gold commercial and Swan Song Films production
Actor/writer/producer in the film “Neighborhood Watch” and “The Spark”, lead role in feature film How to be Happy, Irish feature film “Detainment” and Dublin Bus ad campaign
Playing lead featured role of Denise in TV series Love/Hate
lead role in RSA ad campaign on TV
Actor/writer) winner of “Spirit of the Fringe” Dublin Fringe Festival 2008
Tom Meadows in “Borstal Boy” wth Peter Koonan in Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, and many more!
Actor, producer, director for feature films “Jack and Ralph Plan a Murder” and upcoming “Legend of Harry and Ambrose”.
Performing in “Groundless”, an award winning short film, Galway Film Fleadh 2016.
Acting in “Wrecking the Rising” on TG4