Bryan Quinn

Bryan is an actor, presenter and musician.

Bryan recently appeared in TOY SHOW-THE MUSICAL, produced by RTÉ and staged at the Convention Centre in Dublin.

He can be seen as Eddie Nolan in THE DRY on BritBox and RTÉ and appeared as Dominic Kirby in REDEMPTION on Virgin Media One & ITV.

Bryan filmed iGIRL, a visual art film directed by Trish McAdam based on Marina Carr’s play and soon to appear in the comedy feature APOCALYPSE CLOWN for Fastnet Films.

Recent screen credits include Big Mikey Moen in FAIR CITY on RTÉ, Alexander in FINDING YOU directed by Brian Baugh, HOLY ISLAND with Samson Films, STIR directed by Rory Bresnihan, for Tailored Films, THE LAST RIGHT directed by Aoife Crehan for Deadpan Pictures, GAME OF THRONES (HBO) and VIKINGS – SEASON 6 on History.

Other screen credits include Sir Richard opposite Sean Penn in THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN, directed by Farhad Safina for Icon Entertainment. He also filmed the role of Charlie Hayes in Emmet Kirwan’s acclaimed feature film DUBLIN OLD SCHOOL, directed by Dave Tynan for Element Pictures 2018.

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

Recent stage credits include Billy in ONCE, directed by Andrew Shaver, THE COLLEEN BAWN at The Lyric, Belfast, and HARD TO BE SOFT, directed by Oona Doherty, for Prime Cut Productions.

A graduate of Jacques Lecoq, École Internationale de Mime et Mouvement, his previous stage work includes 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),  Spanish Bernie for the sixth year running in The Horsebox Theatre at the VODAFONE COMEDY FESTIVAL 2019 Dublin,  Roger Casement in OUR KIND directed by Alan Phelan and Prospero in THE SHITSTORM directed by Maeve Stone, presented by the Abbey Theatre, Irish and European tours of THIS BEACH – a Brokentalkers Theatre Company production.