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), DAVID COPPERFIELD (Hallmark), LASSIE directed by Charles Strurridge and acclaimed costume drama THE TUDORS for Showtime.

In theatre, he played the part of 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.

His most recent stage work was ENDGAME at the Samuel Beckett Centre. He appears as Beep-Beep in Terry McMahon’s latest feature film PATRICK’S DAY for Iginition Film Prodcutions – winner ‘Best Feature Film’ award at Galway Film Fleadh and Woodstock Film Festivals 2014.