Terence Orr

One of his earliest television appearances was Simon Menzies in BBC four-part drama LAW & ORDER written by G F Newman and directed by Les Blair. Other notable productions include THE PRICE (Channel 4), DARLING BUDS OF MAY (ITV) and DAVID COPPERFIELD directed by Peter Medak for Hallmark.

More recent work includes the role of Beep-Beep in PATRICK’S DAY directed by Terry McMahon for Ignition Films (Best Feature Film award Galway Film Fleadh and Woodstock Film Festivals 2014), LASSIE directed by Charles Sturridge, acclaimed costume drama THE TUDORS directed by Ciaran Donnelly for Showtime and SHORT ORDER with John Hurt, Vanessa Redgrave and Jack Dee.

Further credits include the role of John Sheridan in fast-paced supernatural Welsh drama CHOSEN, FAIR CITY (RTÉ), MYSTIC KNIGHT’S OF TIR NA NOG, TV mini-series ARISTOCRATS directed by David Caffrey (BBC) and Mr Kirney in MARTIN directed by Imogen Murphy for Celtic House.

Theatre credits include Parker in Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy LADY WINDERMERE’S FAN directed by Alan Stanford at the Gate Theatre and Spoleto Festival. He also played roles in AMADEUS and GREAT EXPECTATIONS on The Gate stage. He is recognised for appearing in Ronan Wilmot’s productions at the New Theatre in Temple Bar, some of which include THE CHERRY ORCHARD, THE HOSTAGE and SHADOW OF A GUNMAN.

More recently, he appeared in ENDGAME at the Samuel Beckett Centre.