Cathy is currently appearing on RTE One as recurring lead NORAH in HIDDEN ASSETS produced by Saffron Moon/Facet4 Media/Petemkino for RTE, written by Peter McKenna and Morna Regan and directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan and Kadir Ferati Balci.
Cathy can next be seen in feature films Nocebo (dir: Lorcan Finnegan) and Omerta (dir: Aku Louhimies) which has just premiered in Finland.
On TV Cathy most recently appeared as series regular Ivy in the period detective series Miss Scarlet and the Duke (A+E Studios) and she is currently shooting subsequent seasons of the show due to air in 2022.
Other Film credits include Philomena (dir: Stephen Frears), A Little Chaos (dir: Alan Rickman), My Name Is Emily (dir: Simon Fitzmaurice), The Other Side of Sleep (dir: Rebecca Daly), Prisoners of The Moon (dir: Johnny Gogan), Silver Skates (dir: Michael Lockshin) and The Tiger’s Tail (dir: John Boorman). Cathy most recently appeared in Herself (dir: Phyllida Lloyd) which premiered at the Sundance and Dublin Film Festivals to huge critical and popular acclaim.
Television credits include The Woman in White (BBC), Alison Spittle’s TV series Nowhere Fast (Deadpan Productions/RTE), Red Rock for TV3 (Element/Company Pictures), earning Cathy two IFTA Nominations for Best Actress for her time on the show and Scúp (Stirling Television/TG4/RTE). She received an IFTA nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Roy (Jam Media Ireland/CBBC).
Theatre credits include The Approach (Mark O’Rowe, The Project) Aristocrats, The Hanging Gardens, The House, John Gabriel Borkman *with Alan Rickman (The Abbey), *A View from the Bridge (Gate Theatre), Woman in Arms (Storytellers – Irish Times Best Supporting Actress nomination), A Woman of No Importance (Gate), Helen and I (Druid Theatre Company) and Wonderful Tennessee (Sheffield Theatre). She performed in the world premiere of Frank McGuinness’s one-woman play The Match Box at Galway Arts Festival and was nominated for an Irish Times Best Actress Award.