Fionnuala Murphy

Fionnuala was most recently seen in romantic comedy A DATE FOR MAD MARY directed by Darren Thornton for Element Pictures (Best Irish Feature Film IFTA 2017).

Recent television and film appearances include acclaimed political drama CHARLIE directed by Kenny Glennan (Touchpaper UK) and a screen adaptation of John Banville’s Booker Prize winning novel THE SEA directed by Stephen Brown for Samson Films.

She featured in Roddy Doyle comedy films THE SNAPPER and THE VAN directed by Stephen Frears.

Further screen credits include THE CLINIC directed by Lisa Mulcahy for Parallel, Betty Browne in Brendan O’Carroll’s feature film MRS. BROWN’S BOYSAGNES BROWNE directed by Angelica Huston for Hell’s Kitchen, THE DAISY CHAIN directed by  Aisling Walsh for Subotica and ALARM directed by Gerry Stembridge for Venus Films. 

Abbey Theatre credits include Lydia Languish in THE RIVALS directed by Brian Brady, Katie in BIG MAGGIE directed by Garry Hynes, Theresa in THE ONLY TRUE HISTORY OF LIZZIE FINNCaroline Cassidy in BY THE BOG OF CATS directed by Patrick Mason and Chorus in MEDEA directed by Deborah Warner.

Further theatre work includes the title role in YERMA with Galloglass, Jo in THE MADAME McADAM TRAVELLING THEATRE with Field Day, Theresa in FROM BOTH HIPS with Fishamble, Bridget in TRANSLATIONS at the Royal Lyceum Edinburgh, Tessa in THE LOVES OF CASS MAGUIRE with Druid and Chrysothemis in ELECTRA at Project Arts Centre.