Toni O’Rourke

Toni recently wrapped filming GOD’S CREATURES directed by Saela Davis & Anna Rose Holmer for Sixty-Six Pictures.

Recent screen roles include Lisa Devers in CALM WITH HORSES directed by Nick Rowland for Film 4 / DMC films, currently streaming on Netflix and Karen in WILDFIRE written and directed by Cathy Brady for Cowboy Films.

She plays Nina in SAUL & I written & directed by Jon Beer and produced by Brian J. Falconer for Out of Orbit; recipient of The Tiernan McBride Award for Best Fiction Short in association with Network Ireland Television at Galway Film Fleadh 2021.

Other recent credits include COLD COURAGE directed by Agneta Fagerström-Olsson and Kadir Balci for Luminoir, Wedna-El in KRYPTON-Season 2 directed by Erica Watson for Warner Horizon and Syfy, Lucy in ROSIE directed by Paddy Breathnach for Element Pictures and a leading role in short film BAINNE directed by Jack Reynor for Anabasis Films.

Further film credits include action/drama CARDBOARD GANGSTERS directed by Mark O’Connor for Five Knight Films and short films – TWELVE written by Tracey Martin (RedBear Productions), SMITHY & DICKIE-BOY by writer/director Hannah Quinn for Savage Productions and psychological horror HEN directed by Janna Kemperman.

Previous film and television appearances include Lucy O’Loughlin in RTÉ medical drama THE CLINIC directed by Ian Fitzgibbon (Parallel), Zara in WHAT RICHARD DID directed by Lenny Abrahamson for Element Pictures and Angela in NOBLE written and directed by Stephen Bradley for Destiny Films.

Stage credits include Bridget Cleary in PORCELAIN directed by Cathal Cleary for the Abbey Theatre, Runt in Enda Walsh’s DISCO PIGS for Reality Check Productions (Best Ensemble Irish Times Theatre Awards 2018) and Robin in WE WERE MONSTERS presented as part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2017.

Previous stage appearances include Donal Ryan’s SPINNING HEART directed by Paul Brennan at the Gaiety Theatre, BUG directed by Jed Murray for The Corps Ensemble and CLOSE TO THE SUN written by Stephen Darcy, staged at Smock Alley theatre as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival 2017.