Gary Murphy

Recent theatre work includes the role of Vincent in BEFORE MONSTERS WERE MADE directed by Ronan Phelan for 15th Oak Productions and a national touring production of GOD BLESS THE CHILD – the acclaimed comedy play based on stories by Frank O Connor, adapted for the stage and directed by Patrick Talbot. Gary will appear later this summer as Jack in Brian Friel’s period drama DANCING AT LUGHNASA at Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork.

Gary recently appeared on television, reviving two roles  - Doctor Dunn in AN KLONDIKE 2 and Bishop Unwin in History’s adventure series VIKINGS 4 directed by Ben Bolt and Jeff Woolnough for World 2000/Take 5 Productions.

Previous screen work includes MOONE BOY written by Chris O’Dowd,  A DANGEROUS FORTUNE directed by Christian Schwochow for ZDF Germany, LOVING MISS HATTO (BBC), DAMAGE and THE DAISY CHAIN (Subotica) directed by Aisling Walsh, VIKINGS directed by Ken Girotti (Breaking Bad), RIPPER STREET directed by Chris Menaul for the BBC, 1916 SEACHTAR DEARMADTA with Abú Media, THE GERMAN directed by Nick Ryan, THE TAKE directed by David Drury, Doctor McMullan in RTÉ’s medical mini-series WHISTLEBLOWER with Saffron Pictures, FAIR CITY (RTÉ) and PROOF directed by Ciaran Donnelly. Gary played “Richard Roose” in three-time Golden Globe nominated costume drama THE TUDORS created by Michael Hirst for Showtime and also appeared in IFTA award-winning drama LOVE/HATE directed David Caffrey for Octagon Films.

Other theatre appearances include THE DEATH OF HARRY LEON directed by David Horan, MACBETH, RICHARD III and AMADEUS directed by Michael Barker-Caven (Ouroboros), THE BETRAYAL directed by Robin Leferve (Gate Theatre), LA RONDE, THE LOVER, LADIES DAY and THE SCHOOL FOR WIVES (Granary Theatre), BANSHEE MAKERS, HATCH 22, THE TRAIL OF JESUS and THE TEMPEST directed by Pat Kiernan for Corcadorca, TO KILL A MOCKING BIRD (Everyman Palace), SIVE, MOONSHINE, TEA & SEX & SHAKESPEARESHARON’S GRAVE (Brown Penny), CRYSTAL directed by Tom Creed, WINTER and THE SYSTEM PARTS I & II directed by Rachel West (Project Arts Centre) and GARGARIN WAY for Island Theatre Company.