Charlotte Bradley

Charlotte is currently filming a new television series THE DRY written by Nancy Harris and directed by Paddy Breathnach for Element Pictures. 8 x 30-minute episodes of drama-comedy will air on RTÉ and Britbox in 2022.

Recent television credits include Mrs Trellis opposite Shaun Evans in British television drama ENDEAVOUR written by Russell Louis for Mammoth Screen and ITV and Mrs. Carew in DEAD STILL directed by Imogen Murphy for Deadpan Pictures.

Recent theatre credits include Lily de Courcy in the 2019 remount of THE UNMANAGEABLE SISTERS directed by Graham McLaren at the Abbey Theatre, THE STRANGE DEATH OF JOHN DOE directed by Edward Hall at Hampstead Theatre and Mary Mallon in one-woman show TYPHOID MARY directed by Bairbre Ní Chaoimh at the Viking Theatre.

Other film and television credits include Monica Bridges in STRIKING OUT 2 directed by Simon Massey for Blinder Films, Mary Keegan in DARKLANDS with Parallel Films, Juno in INTO THE BADLANDS 2 directed by Paco Cabezas for AMC, Siobhán in DON’T GO directed by David Gleeson for Wide Eye Films and appeared as Julia opposite Andy Garcia in BENT directed by Robert Moresco.

Further film and television appearances include AN BRONNTANAS directed by Tom Collins (Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Drama nomination IFTA 2015), NAILS (Fantastic Films), ROS NA RÚN (Tyrone Productions), COWARD directed by Dave Roddham and VEXED directed by Kieron J. Walsh for the BBC.

Charlotte played the part of Maisie in THE BOY’S & GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE receiving the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film at the Irish Film and Television Awards in 2005.

Previous film and television appearances include ABOUT ADAMVERONICA GUERINMILOSHAMELESSTHE CLINICTITANIC: BLOOD & STEEL, FAMILY, DIRTY OLD TOWN, FATHER TED, THE VAN, MOLL FLANDERS, FAIR CITY, SMILLA’S SENSE OF SNOW, CRUSH PROOF, THE AMBASSADOR, LOVE & RAGE, THE GREAT ITCH, ON HOME GROUND, RANDOM PASSAGE, PROOF, THE CLINIC, WHATEVER LOVE MEANS, THE INNOCENCE PROJECT, ROUGH DIAMOND, SPEED DATING, TWO POINT FIVE BILLION, MYSTIC KNIGHTS OF TIR NA NOG.

Irish language film and television credits include DRAIOCHT with Gabriel Byrne for Crimson Films, TRÍ SCÉAL directed by Owen McPolin, CÁCA MILIS (Best Short Film IFTA 2003), SEACHT created by Anne Learmont and RÁSAI NA GAILLIMHE directed by Robert Quinn for Great Western Films.

Previous stage credits include LIOLÁ by Luigi Pirandello (new version by Tanya Ronder) directed by Richard Eyre at The National Theatre, London, RETREAT and A NEW DAY directed by Bairbre Ní Chaoimh, THE HEN NIGHT EPIPHANY written by Jimmy Murphy for An Taibhdhearc. Previous theatre appearances include WASTERS, PILGRIMS and BUDDLEIA directed by Paul Mercier, DÚN NA MBAN TRÍ THINE and AN SOLAS DEARG (Peacock Theatre), MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION (Yew Tree), AY CARMELA (New Theatre), MUM’S THE WORD (Tivoli), PROJECT ONE (Project Arts Centre), BUG (Purple Heart) and AN GHRÁIN AGUS AND GHRUAIM (Samuel Beckett Centre).