Frank Melia

Frank most recently filmed BODKIN, directed by Nash Egerton, for Netflix.  

Recent credits include SWEET WORT, directed by Michael Reid, for the National Film School, THE DROWNING, directed by Carolina Giammetta for Unstoppable & Element Pictures and THE CASTLE, directed by Lina Luzyte for Samson films.

Other recent credits include Period drama LOVE & FRIENDSHIP, directed by Whit Stillman for Blinder Films, Father Harrington in RIPPER STREET, directed by Andy Wilson for the BBC and Ray Fagan in RED ROCK, directed by Lisa Mulcahy for Element Pictures & Virgin Media.

Previous film and television credits include Sean McCann, the corrupt politician in FAIR CITY, THE GENERAL and THE TAILOR OF PANAMA, directed by John Boorman for Merlin Films. AGNES BROWNE (Hell’s Kitchen), Mr Thorpe alongside Jonathan Pryce and Paul Bettany in Robert Louis Stevenson’s THE SUICIDE CLUB directed by Rachel Samuels. 

Other credits include MATTIE with RTÉ, MARÚ directed by John Carling (TG4), Brendan Muldoon in THE CLINIC with Parallel, dark comedy feature EAMONN written by Margaret Corkery (Zanita Films) and TITANIC: BLOOD & STEEL directed by Ciaran Donnelly for Netflix.

Additional screen credits include DRAIOCHT, written by Gabriel Byrne, and THE GOVERNOR, directed by Alan Dossor, for ITV. PARNELL & THE ENGLISH WOMAN for the BBC, EAT THE PEACH by John Ormrod, and THE IRISH R.M. produced by James Mitchell for the BBC. THE COUNTRY GIRLS by Edna O’Brien, PLAY FOR TODAY directed by Barry Davis (BBC), THE BURKE ENIGMA (RTÉ) and TEEMS OF TIMES written by Dominic Behan. He played the part of Ned Burke in the long-running Irish soap opera THE RIORDANS on RTÉ.