Andy Kellegher

Recent screen work includes THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN directed by Farhad Safinia, starring Sean Penn and Mel Gibson for Voltage, theatrical release is due in the latter half of 2017. He played a part in BBC’s Police drama LINE OF DUTY 4 created by Jed Mercurio, directed by Alex Winckler; aired earlier in 2017 on BBC One. Andy will soon commence filming THE TATTOO written and directed by Ian Power for IFB Focus Shorts.

Previous screen work includes the role of Polliver in two seasons of multi award winning hit fantasy series GAME OF THRONES created by D.B. Weiss and George R.R. Martin for HBO, INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY (BBC), THE TUDORS directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Showtime), RIPPER STREET (BBC), VIKINGS directed by Ken Girotti (History Channel), PARKED (Ripple World Pictures), SINGLE-HANDED (Touchpaper UK), A NIGHTINGALE FALLING by P.J. Curtis, screened in selected cinema’s nationwide in 2014 and three-part television drama QUIRKE, based on novels by Booker Prize winner John Banville for the BBC. Andy was also seen in the feature length thriller PURSUIT, retelling the story of Diarmuid and Grainne in modern times, directed by Paul Mercier and produced by An Pointe Productions. Andy appeared on television screens in the recurring role of “Beady” Roche in TV3′s award winning drama RED ROCK created by Peter McKenna for Element Pictures. He can also be seen in a feature film adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s THE SECRET SCRIPTURE directed by Jim Sheridan, starring Rooney Mara, Eric Bana, Theo James and Vanessa Redgrave for Ferndale Films.

In theatre, he worked with Druid in THE WELL OF THE SAINTS and THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD directed by Garry Hynes.  Other stage work includes THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE, COUNTRY MUSIC and THE GOOD THIEF with Decadent, TRANSLATIONS (Town Hall, Galway), GREEN STREET directed by Paul Meade, RETREAT (New Theatre) and JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK at Cork Opera House. More recently, he appeared in the world premiere of Stacey Gregg’s SHIBBOLETH directed by Hamish Pirie, presented at the Peacock Theatre as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival 2015.

More recently, he appeared as ”Anderson” in OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE SOMME by Frank McGuinness, directed by Jeremy Herrin and Howard Davies , a co-production between the Abbey Theatre and Headlong Theatre Company; performed at Citizen’s Theatre (Glasgow) and Liverpool Playhouse, The Lyric (Belfast), Oxford Playhouse and Cambridge Arts Centre and Abbey Theatre.