Enda Kilroy

Enda was most recently seen as Mr. Corrigan in Dion Boucicault’s THE COLLEEN BAWN staged at The Lyric, Belfast.

Recent theatre work includes Tom McEnery’s comedy A STATUE FOR BILL CLINTON directed by Paul Meade, Second Age’s KING LEAR staged at the Helix and the role of Captain Morgan in Mike Finn’s musical THE UNLUCKY CABIN BOY with Verdant Productions.

Further stage credits include GREEN STREET (Dublin Fringe Festival), MACBETH directed by David Horan for Second Age, TRAD (Galway Arts Festival), ALICE TRILOGY directed by Tom Murphy, SWANS, BOOTS AND BOXES (Peacock Theatre), THE LONESOME WEST (Lyric Theatre, Belfast), MELTDOWNHAMLETTHE REAL THING (Guna Nua), ALONE IT STANDS directed by John Breen (Lane Productions) and THE TEMPESTFREEDOM OF THE CITYTHE COLEEN BAWN all directed by Conall Morrison for the Abbey Theatre.

He played Gerry Devine in Sean O’Casey’s JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK directed by Ben Barnes (Abbey Theatre) and appeared in MULTABILITIE directed by Michael Barker-Caven (Theatreworks), PHILADELPHIA, HERE I COME! with Punchbag and the critically acclaimed production of Reginald Rose’s TWELVE ANGRY MEN directed by Terry Byrne for Lane Productions.

Screen appearances include Victorian crime drama series RIPPER STREET (BBC/Element), CAMELOT directed by Mikael Salomon (STARZ), LEGEND directed by Charlie McCarthy for Icebox Films, FAIR CITY (RTÉ) and CAMERA CAFE (RTÉ).

Enda also appeared as Tom Campbell across several episodes in RTÉ’s acclaimed medical drama THE CLINIC directed by Lisa Mulcahy for Parallel Films.