Nora Keneghan

Nora made her professional stage debut in Joe Orton’s THE GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT (Andrews Lane), in which she played the leading role of Mrs Vealfoy to great critical acclaim. A subsequent favourite theatrical role was that of one of the Witches in David Wood’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s THE WITCHES at the Olympia Theatre.

Previous film appearances have included THE CLOSER YOU GET, SOFT SAND BLUE SEA witten by Steven Butchard, CROSSMAHEART (Lexington Films), FIRST COMMUNION DAY, THE BEACH, AFTER ’68, HEROES, THE FORGOTTON, and MIRACLE AT MIDNIGHT starring Mia Farrow and Sam Waterston. Her most recent television appearance was Barbara Cartland in the children’s series UNCLE MAX for CBBC. Other TV roles include a Surfing Nun in BALLYKISSANGEL (BBC) and roles in VIDEO DIARIES, WOULD YOU BELIEVE, FAIR CITY for RTÉ and THE GOVERNOR (ITV).

She recently played Sister Maria in a German-Irish co-production MY WHOLE HALF LIFE directed by Michael Karen for Octagon Films/TV-60 Filmproduktion.