Charlotte Bradley

Charlotte will be seen next as Monica Bridges in Season 2 of RTÉ’s legal drama STRIKING OUT which is due to return to television screens in January 2018.

More recently, she played a part opposite Andy Garcia in action/thriller BENT directed by Robert Moresco and played the role of Juno in the second series of INTO THE BADLANDS directed by Paco Cabezas for AMC.

Recent screen work includes bi-lingual crime thriller AN BRONNTANAS (THE GIFT) directed by Tom Collins, for which she was nominated ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Drama’ at the IFTA’s 2015, NAILS with Fantastic Films, ROS NA RÚN (Tyrone Productions), First World War short film story COWARD directed by Dave Roddham and British comedy series VEXED directed by Kieron J. Walsh for the BBC.

Previous film and television appearances include ABOUT ADAM with Kate Hudson, VERONICA GUERIN directed by Joel Schumacher, MILO (Samson Films), SHAMELESS (Channel 4), THE CLINIC (RTÉ), TITANIC: BLOOD & STEEL directed by Ciaran Donnelly, FAMILY (RTÉ/BBC), DIRTY OLD TOWN (Short Film), FATHER TED (Channel 4), THE VAN by Roddy Doyle, MOLL FLANDERS directed by Pen Densham, FAIR CITY (RTÉ), SMILLA’S SENSE OF SNOW, CRUSH PROOF, Dr. Ashmore in THE AMBASSADOR, LOVE & RAGE, THE GREAT ITCH, ON HOME GROUND, RANDOM PASSAGE,  Det. Dolores Quirke in PROOF, THE CLINIC, WHATEVER LOVE MEANS, THE INNOCENCE PROJECT, ROUGH DIAMOND, SPEED DATING and TWO POINT FIVE BILLION.

Charlotte appeared alongside Bernard Hill and Colm Meaney in THE BOY’S & GIRL FROM COUNTY CLARE, subsequently winning ‘Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film’ IFTA 2005 for her appearance as “Maisie”.

Irish language productions include “Queen Maeve” (49 episodes) in MYSTIC KNIGHT OF TIR NA NOG,  TV movie DRAIOCHT with Gabriel Byrne for Crimson Films, TRÍ SCÉAL directed by Owen McPolin, playing opposite Brendan Gleeson in CÁCA MILIS - ‘Best Short Film’ IFTA in 2003, SEACHT created by Anne Learmont for Stirling Television and RÁSAI NA GAILLIMHE directed by Robert Quinn for Great Western Films.

Recent stage work includes 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).