Andy Kellegher

Andy can be seen on Netflix in FATE: THE WINX SAGA, produced by Wild Atlantic and the feature film AISHA, directed by Frank Berry.

He will soon appear on television in THE VANISHING TRIANGLE for Park Films & Sundance TV and on film in CLEAN UP CREW, starring Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Myers.

Film and television credits include RED ELECTION, directed by Jill Robertson on A&E, THE PROFESSOR AND THE MADMAN, directed by Farhad Safinia for Voltage, LINE OF DUTY, created by Jed Mercurio for BBC One, MAZE, directed by Stephen Burke for Mammoth Films, THE TATTOO written and directed by Ian Power for IFB Focus Shorts, PURSUIT directed by Paul Mercier for An Pointe Productions, THE SECRET SCRIPTURE directed by Jim Sheridan for Ferndale Films and recurring role “Beady Burke” in RED ROCK created by Peter McKenna for Element Pictures.

Other film and television credits include the role of Polliver in GAME OF THRONES, created by D.B. Weiss and George R.R. Martin for HBO; INSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY, directed by Ciaran Donnelly (BBC); THE TUDORS, directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Showtime); RIPPER STREET directed by Tom Shankland (BBC), VIKINGS directed by Ken Girotti (History), PARKED (Ripple World Pictures), SINGLE-HANDED (Touchpaper UK), A NIGHTINGALE FALLING by P.J. Curtis and television mini-series QUIRKE directed by John Alexander for the BBC.

He recently appeared on stage in OUR SHAMAN OF DUBLIN 1, written and directed by Rex Ryan for Glass Mask Theatre. 

Other recent stage credits include “Anderson” in OBSERVE THE SONS OF ULSTER MARCHING TOWARDS THE SOMME, directed by Jeremy Herrin and Howard Davies for the Abbey Theatre and Headlong.

Previous theatre credits include THE WELL OF THE SAINTS and THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, directed by Garry Hynes for Druid, THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORECOUNTRY MUSIC and THE GOOD THIEF with Decadent, TRANSLATIONS (Town Hall, Galway), GREEN STREET, directed by Paul Meade, RETREAT (New Theatre) and JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK at Cork Opera House and Stacey Gregg’s SHIBBOLETH directed by Hamish Pirie, presented by the Abbey Theatre as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival 2015.