Bryan Quinn

Bryan Quinn is an actor, presenter and musician.  He has just finished filming on VIKINGS Season 6 and will next appear on stage in HARD TO BE SOFT directed by Oona Doherty for Prime Cut Productions, premiering at the MAC, Belfast before touring to Paris, Lyon and the Abbey Theatre.

More recently, he played Myles Na Coppaleen in  ‎Dion Boucicault’s THE COLLEEN BAWN at The Lyric, Belfast. He will appear later this year as Billy in Enda Walsh’s renowned Tony award-winning musical ONCE directed by Andrew Shaver at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts in Montreal, Canada.

A graduate of Jacques Lecoq, École Internationale de Mime et Mouvement, his previous work includes GAME OF THRONES (HBO) The Abbey Theatre’s production of SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER by Oliver Goldsmith. He has also written and starred in several plays, including SADDLED, a comedy featuring live bicycle repair, co-written with and from an idea by Edinburgh Winning stand up comedian David O’Doherty.

Other work includes Gulliver in GULLIVER at the Mac, Belfast and UK tour (Big Telly Theatre Company),  Bernie for the fourth year running in The Horsebox Theatre at the VODAFONE COMEDY FESTIVAL 2017 Dublin,  Roger Casement in OUR KIND directed by Alan Phelan and most recently he played Prospero in THE SHITSTORM directed by Maeve Stone, presented by the Abbey Theatre. In November he will reprise his role for an Irish tour of  THIS BEACH – a Brokentalkers Theatre Company production.

Last year he filmed the role of Sir Richard opposite Sean Penn in THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN directed by Farhad Safina for Icon Entertainment.  More recently he filmed the role of Charlie Hayes in Emmet Kirwan’s highly anticipated feature film DUBLIN OLD SCHOOL directed by Dave Tynan for Element Pictures, theatrical release has been confirmed for 29th June 2018. Bryan recently filmed two lead roles in short films DIRT directed by Des Creedon & John Kilkenny for Mutiny Studios and THE INTERVIEW directed by Al Brennan for Atlas productions.

Bryan plays the title character in ‘The Rubberbandits’ music video “Dad’s Best Friend”, which appears in Danny Boyle’s iconic sequel T2 TRAINSPOTTING.