Moya Farrelly

Moya first appeared on screens in a leading role as Fiona Flynn alongside Aidan Quinn and John Cusack in period drama THIS IS MY FATHER directed by Paul Quinn for Sony Pictures.

More recently, she played Linda McMahon in independent feature MAKING IT directed by Eamonn Norris. Further recent appearances include Fiona Kinsella in RTÉ crime/drama SINGLE-HANDED directed by Colm McCarthy for Touchpaper UK and Sorcha Buckley in TV3′s TV movie JACK TAYLOR: THE PIKEMEN directed by Stuart Orme for Magma Films.

Previous film and television credits include Eileen (lead role) in TV movie 1ST COMMUNION DAY directed by John Dower for the BBC, recurring role Sally Lyons in RTÉ comedy series BACHELORS WALK directed by John & Kieran Carney and Tom Hall, Andrea in MESSAGGI QUASI SEGRETI (SPAGHETTI SLOW) directed by Valerio Jalongo, BRAVEHEART directed by Mel Gibson, acclaimed medical drama THE CLINIC directed by Janet Traynor (Parallel), HIGHBINDERS directed by Jackie Chan, Cora Ryan in 6-part crime series PROOF directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan for Subotica and bi-lingual mini-series THE RUNNING MATE directed by Declan Recks for TG4. Short film work includes PHOTOGRAPHER’S HUSBANDTHE DEADMAN and THE TREATY.

Stage appearances include Rosie Redmond in a UK tour of THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS concluding in the West End and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at the Gate Theatre both directed by Joe Dowling, THE MAGIC ROUNDABOUT directed by Kathy McCardle at the Crypt and Mrs Martin in Eugene Ionesco’s THE BALD PRIMA DONNA directed by Jim Rhymer as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival.