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Ian was recently nominated for an Irish Times Theatre award for his performance in Druid Theatre’s Beacon at The Gate Theatre.
Ian can now be seen on screen in season 2 of Blood opposite Adrian Dunbar and Grainne Keenan on Virgin Media One. He was last seen on stage in Druid Theatre’s production of The Cherry Orchard at The Town Hall Theatre, Galway.
Film/TV credits include:
Herself (Element Pictures, Dir: Phyllida Lloyd), Wastewater, Headcases (RTÉ), Honest (IFB Short Film), Dublin Old School (Element Pictures, Dir: Dave Tynan), They Shoot People (Short), Leave (Short), Game of Thrones (HBO), Love/Hate (RTÉ, Dir: Dave Caffrey), Standby (Black Sheep Productions), Scratch (Short), Raw, The Clinic (RTÉ) & Dorothy Mills (Octagon Films).
Theatre credits include:
Beacon (The Gate Theatre, Dir: Garry Hynes), Evening Train (Everyman Theatre, Dir: Annabelle Comyn), In Our Veins (The Peacock Theatre), Dublin Old School (The Project Arts Centre), Come on Home (The Peacock Theatre), Plough and the Stars (Lyric Hammersmith/Gaiety Theatre), Common (The National Theatre), Sive, The Risen People, Major Barbara, Shibari, Alice in Funderland, Macbeth, The Rivals and The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui (The Abbey Theatre), Every Doris Has His Day, Big Ole Piece of Cake, Bruising of Clouds (Fishamble: The New Play Company), Richard III (Fast and Loose Theatre Company), Ride On Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Livin’ Dred Theatre Company), End Time (Project Arts Centre), Danti Dan (Galloglass Theatre Company), The Colleen Bawn (Bedrock Productions and Project Arts Centre), Bad Sunday (TILT Theatre Company), Ferry Tales and 50 Ways to leave Dun Laoghaire (BDNC and Carpet Theatre Company).