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  • Wesley S. Doyle, actor 2018

    Wesley Doyle is a 26 year old actor from Ballymun, Dublin. He has been involved in performing since the age of 12. He is also a a big practitioner of martial arts as a hobby. Since 15 years old he has been lucky enough to play the role of Doug Ferguson in RTE's soap drama Fair City. He tells us that he is over the moon to be invited to join the cast of The 24 Hour Plays in aid of Dublin Youth Theatre supported by BNP Paribas Real Estate. He reckons it's a great start to the New Year. Well said, Wes! Introduce yourself please. You can even describe yourself in the style of a chat show host describing

  • Caoimhe O'Malley, actor 2018

    Caoimhe O'Malley is an actor from Dublin and graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting Full Time Acting Course in June 2011, and was awarded the Gaiety School Theatre Bursary in 2010. Caoimhe most recently appeared in the feature film The Randomer written by Gerry Stembridge, which premiered in the Galway Film Fleadh in 2016. Onstage she recently appeared in The Constant Wife, in the Gate Theatre, directed by Alan Stanford. Recent theatre credits include Gloria in You Never Can Tell, at the Abbey Theatre, directed by Conall Morrison, and Mary Boyle in Juno and the Paycock, directed by Mark O’Rowe at the Gate Theatre. She recently completed filming on Soulsmith, a feature film, written and directed by Kevin Henry and The Wave, written and directed by TJ O’Grady

  • Noni Stapleton, Actor 2018

    Noni Stapleton is a playwright and actor. Her one woman show Charolais won The Stewart Parker Award, The Little Gem Award, and was a Susan Smith Blackburn Prize finalist. Other plays include One For Sorrow and Two For A Girl (Jayne Snow Award nominee for "Innovation and Bravery in Theatre”). Noni trained at The Gaiety School of Acting. Theatre highlights include: Lizzy Lavelle (Jo Mangan), The Laramie Project (Paul Brennan), What The Dead Want (Jimmy Fay), Massacre @ Paris (Jimmy Fay), Little Victories (Veronica Coburn) Favourite screen roles include: Penny Dreadful, Vikings, Inspector Jury, Ripper Street and Quirke. She is thrilled to be taking part in The 24 Hour Plays! We are thrilled to have her: the planets have at

  • Since graduating the Gaiety School Of Acting in 2011, Tiernan Kearns's stage appearances include HOW TO BE ANGRY (Nominated for Best Ensemble & First Fortnight, Fringe 2017). I WAS AND EMPEROR (5 stars). THE LAST CRUSADER (....'a scene stealing cameo from Kearns' - Irish Times). THE CARVED SOUL (Nominated for Best Production, Fringe 2014). Tiernan also produced, wrote and performed in EXTINCT in Theatre Upstairs (....'hopefully we will see a lot more of Kearns' bold work' - Irish Theatre Magazine). Tiernan also featured in the award-winning production RTÉ CENTENARY. Other television credits include Terry in the RTÉ/CBBC series ROY. Tiernan will be participating as an actor in The 24 Hour Plays in aid of Dublin Youth Theatre supported by BNP

  • Pat McGrath, Actor

    Pat McGrath, one of the actors taking part in #24HrDub 2018,  has made a small living appearing in many films and playing in theatres and halls throughout Ireland as well as visits to Spain, Poland, London and Finland. At the Edinburgh Festival 2000, he won a Herald Angel. In 2013 Pat wrote and appeared in "Small Plastic Wars" during Dublin Fringe Festival and toured the play nationally as well as to France, Finland and Wales. He was nominated for the Stewart Parker Award. Most recent work is BANG BANG by Dermot Bolger. He is part of the Six in the Attic Programme in the Irish Theatre Institute. Introduce yourself please. You can even describe yourself as if you are