Róisín O’Neill

Róisín is currently filming the role of Ms. Towne in new British drama THE DROWNING directed by Carolina Giammetta for Unstoppable Film & Television.

She will soon appear as Aideen O’Leary in German television mini-series AN IRISH CRIME STORY directed by Züli Aladag for ARD / GmbH Germany.

Recent film and television roles include Fatima Devers in Joe Murtagh’s CALM WITH HORSES directed by Nick Rowland for Film 4/DMC films, Mrs. Dolan in VICTORIA directed by Chloe Thomas for ITV and Agnes Dillon in DARKEST HOUR directed by Joe Wright and starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill for Working Title Films.

Other screen credits include Caitlín O’Casey in FATHER BROWN directed by Niall Fraser, HOLBY CITY directed by Richard Platt and a guest lead appearance in medical drama DOCTORS all for the BBC. Further credits include the role of Bethany in TV movie JACK TAYLOR directed by Stuart Orme for Telegael, WE’RE DOOMED! THE DAD’S ARMY STORY directed by Steve Bendelack (BBC), lead role Emma Walsh in DECEPTION for TV3 and LOVE ETERNAL directed by Brendan Muldowney for Fastnet Films.

Theatre credits include the title role in John B. Keane’s SIVE directed by Conall Morrison at the Abbey Theatre, Linda in LADIES DAY directed by Alasdair Harvey at Wolverhampton Grand, Honor in the 2016 remount of Paul Howard’s hit play BREAKING DAD directed by Jimmy Fay for Landmark Productions, and Mollser in THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS directed by Jeremy Herrin and Howard Davies at the National Theatre, London.

Previous stage work includes MANTLE, SERIOUS MONEY, FEAR, MISERY OF THE THIRD REICH and FORTENBRAS GETS DRUNK at the Granary Theatre. ALADDIN and BACK TO THE 80′s (Everyman Palace), LATCH, THE INSANITY OF MARY GIRARD, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and THE BOYS by Gerard Humphreys, performed at the New Theatre. She appeared as Claire in the highly-acclaimed production of BEST MAN written by Carmel Winters and directed by Michael Barker-Caven; staged at the Everyman Palace, Cork and Project Arts Centre in Dublin.

Other stage work includes BETWEEN TREES & WATER with Painted Bird Productions and appearing as Charlie Maloney in Ed Malone’s dark comic play THE BALLAD OF CHARLIE AND CATE directed by Tony McCleane-Fay, performed as part of the Cork Midsummer Festival 2015.