Ann O’Neill

Anne appeared in Dermot Bolger’s trilogy of plays – FROM THESE GREEN HEIGHTS, THE TOWNLANDS OF BRAZIL and THE CONSEQUENCES OF LIGHTNING at Axis Theatre.

Abbey theatre appearances include Ger in TREEHOUSES directed by Jason Byrne and Mary in THE INVISIBLE MENDING COMPANY directed by Ben Barnes. Further stage work includes THE FIELD and MOLL by John B. Keane, directed by Ben Barnes at the Gaiety Theatre. At Project Arts Centre she worked with Rachel West in the two-hander WINTER by Jon Fosse and portrayed Edwina in THE DEADMAN’S BEARD directed by Geoff Gould at the Everyman Palace in Cork and in the same theatre she played Mrs Alving in Tom Kilroy’s version of GHOSTS by Henrik Ibsen.

Recent television work includes period crime series FOYLE’S WAR directed by Stuart Orme for ITV. Other TV appearances include social worker Sue Kenny in RTÉ‘s FAIR CITY for several seasons and played the part of Louise Corcoran in VAL FALVEY TD written by Arthur Mathews for Grand Pictures. She also appeared in IFTA award-winning medical drama THE CLINIC directed by Robert Quinn for Parallel. Film credits include THE BUTCHER BOY directed by Neil Jordan, ANGELA’S ASHES directed by Alan Parker, ORDINARY DECENT CRIMINAL starring Kevin Spacey and directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan and LUCKY LORD LUCAN directed by Brian Grant.