Seán T. Ó Meallaigh

Seán is currently filming HARRY WILD directed by Rob & Ronan Burke for Zoe Productions.

He most recently filmed GOD’S CREATURES directed by Saela Davis & Anna Rose Holmer for Sixty-Six Pictures and will soon appear on screen as Macdara in Irish language feature DOINEANN directed by Damian McCann for Doubleband Films.

Recent film and television credits include Greg in MO GHRÁ BUAN written and directed by Peter Murphy and Rachael Moriarty for Macalla Teoranta, lead role Douglas in short film A BETTER YOU directed by Eamon Murphy for Screen Ireland, Séamus in MONSTER directed by Tom Sullivan for TG4, Prudentius in VIKINGS created by Michael Hirst for World 2000/Take 5 and Patrick in historical documentary drama I AM PATRICK directed by Jarrod Anderson for Northstar Studios.

Further recent credits include MAZE directed by Stephen Burke for Mammoth Films, CHARLIE directed by Kenny Glenaan for Touchpaper TV, PURSUIT directed by Paul Mercier and Tom Morgan in ÉIRÍ AMACH AMÚ with Tile Films. Seán played the part of Pádraig Connolly in IFTA award-winning drama DOMINION CREEK directed by Daithi Keane for Abú Media.

Irish language television credits include RÁSAÍ NA GAILLIMHE and NA CLOIGNE directed by Robert Quinn, Seán Mac Diarmada in 1916: SEACHTAR NA CASCA and 1916: SEACHTAR DEARMADTA (Abú Media), SCÉAL (ROSG), CORP & ANAM (Magamedia), SEACHT (Stirling TV), ÚDAR (Eo Teilfís), AN CRISIS (Wildfire Films), SÍOL, BARNEY BUNION, ROS NA RÚNAIFRICADHARCA FADA and CRÉ NA CILLE for TG4.

Sean’s previous screen credits include JIMMY’S HALL directed by Ken Loach for Sixteen Films, Daithi Carrol in romantic comedy THE CALLBACK QUEEN directed by Graham Cantwell, KINGS directed by Tom Collins (Newgrange Pictures), EXECUTION (Black Rock Pictures), A TERRIBLE BEAUTY directed by Keith Farrell for Tile Films, CUSTER’S LAST STAND UP (BBC), PATRICK and FLIGHT OF THE EARLS.

Short film work includes AWAY WITH THE FAIRIES (Treasure Entertainment), LOVE IS A STING (FailSafe Films), VALENTINES DEAD (Blinder Films), THE LONGEST DITCH directed by Hugh Farley, AN DÍOG IS FAIDE (Espresso Films), and OLIVE directed by Neasa Hardiman. Other short film credits include A MESSAGE FOR JAMES, CARNIVORES, GUSTAV, ADULTING, IN THIS PLACE, AN CLUICHE and LSD ’73!

Recent theatre credits include THE CHERRY ORCHARD directed by Garry Hynes for Druid, TÓRAÍACHT (National Tour) adapted and directed by Mikel Murfi for Fíbín and Moonfishes’ critically acclaimed sell-out show STAR OF THE SEA by Joseph O’Connor.

Further recent theatre credits include TRIGGER MARTIN directed by Veronica Coburn and DRADIN, IN LOVE with Tribe Theatre.

Previous stage appearances include SÉTANTA directed by Paul Mercier, THE GLASS MENAGERIEMEASURE FOR MEASURE, WAITING FOR GODOT and BLOOD WEDDING all directed by Max Hafler, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at Blenheim Palace (Oxfordshire), PHILADELPHIA HERE I COME directed by Andrew Flynn (G.I.A.F), AN TSEANBHRÓG (Project Arts Centre), THE FROG PRINCE (Black Box), AN CEARRBHACH MAC CÁBA directed by Darach Mac Con Iomaire for Fíbín, TINE CHNÁMH (An Taibhdhearc) and PLASTICINE at Southwark Playhouse.

Writing / directing work includes two short films for TG4 – EOINÍN, and AN CHÚIRT as well as a 1-hour documentary, BREITH AGUS BÁS, about his family’s connection to events in the Irish Civil War.