Spotlight: EUGENE O'HARE

EUGENE O'HARE

EUGENE O'HARE by Sam Irons
Photo: Sam Irons
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VOICEBANK LONDON LTD
9 Appold Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 2AP
Phone: 020 3326 5430
E-mail: voices@voicebanklondon.co.uk
WWW: www.voicebanklondon.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
County Dublin, Ireland
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:11st. 7lb. (73kg)
Playing Age:28 - 42 years
Appearance:Hispanic, Mediterranean, White
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Black
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Strong

Currently appearing:

Eugene created the series regular role of Detective Quigley in the BBC/Starz series Dublin Murders. Has recently created the regular role of Eddie in Season 3 of Marcella for ITV/NETFLIX. "A terrific actor" - the late Sam Shepard in The Observer on "True West" at the Tricycle Theatre, 2014.

Television Film Stage Radio Short Film Rehearsed Reading Further Credits
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Television
2020, Television, Eddie Lyons (Regular), Marcella, ITV/Netflix, Gilles Bannier/Ashley Pearce
2019, Television, Detective Quigley (Regular), The Dublin Murders, Starz/BBC/Euston Films/Element Pictures, Saul Dibb/John Hayes/Rebecca Gatward
2019, Television, Seamus Shanley, Death & Nightingales, The Imaginarium/BBC, Alan Cubitt
Television, Jimmy, London Irish, Channel 4/Company Pictures, Tom Marshall
Television, Jackie, Call it a Night, Channel 4/Touchpaper, Samantha Harries
Television, Aaron Monroe (Regular), The Fall, BBC 2 Television, Jakob Verbrggen
Television, Hammond, Black Mirror: 15 Million Merits (By Charlie Brooker), Channel 4, Euros Lyn
Television, Corporal Eddie Flinn, Ten Days to War, BBC Television, Bruce Goodison
Television, Kevin Keogh, Waking The Dead, BBC Television, Jim O'Hanlon
Film
Feature Film, Wallace, Prometheus, 20th Century Fox, Ridley Scott
Feature Film, Michael, Nothing Personal, Channel 4 Film, Thaddeus O'Sullivan
Stage
Stage, Frank Magennis, The Ferryman, Royal Court & Sonia Friedman (West End), Sam Mendes
Stage, Sir Clifford Chatterley, Lady Chatterley's Lover, Sheffield Crucible, Phillip Breen
Stage, Iachimo, Cymbeline, Shakespeare's Globe, Sam Yates
Stage, Austin, True West, Tricycle Theatre, Phillip Breen
Stage, Pierre, Red Velvet, St Ann's Warehouse New York, Indhu Rubisingham
Stage, Austin (Lead Role), True West, Citizens Theatre, Phillip Breen
Stage, Mark, Farewell, Filed Day Theatre Co., Stephen Rea
Stage, Pierre, Red Velvet, Tricycle Theatre, Indhu Rubasingham
Stage, GUY (Lead), The Civilisation Game, Lyric Theatre, Belfast, Tim Loane
Stage, Sergio, Our Private Life, Royal Court Theatre, Lyndsey Turner
Stage, Mike, Riff Raff, Arcola Theatre, Bill Buckhurst
Stage, Mel, Talent, Menier Chocolate Factory, off West End London, Victoria Wood
Stage, Craig, Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme, Hampstead Theatre, John Dove
Stage, Hitler/Madhatter/Diogenes, Manifesto (Performed with Vivienne Westwood), Royal Shakespeare Company, Phillip Breen
Stage, Mick, The Caretaker, Citizens' Theatre, Phillip Breen
Stage, Samuel Beckett, A Knock at the Door, Pentametres Theatre, John Quinn
Stage, The Gentleman, Thirst, The King's Head, London, Ben Catty
Stage, Mike Hogan, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Broadway, Howard Davies
Stage, Mike Hogan, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Old Vic Theatre, Howard Davies
Stage, Ivan, War, The Strindberg Theatre, Stockholm, Mick Gordon
Stage, Joe, Lovers, The Strindberg Theatre, Stockholm, Mick Gordon
Stage, Doalty, Translations, National Theatre, Sean Holmes
Stage, Crawford, Observe The Sons of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Robin Lefevre
Stage, Crawford, Orson's Shadow, Old Vic Theatre, Paul Miller
Stage, Kevin, Autumn Fire, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Jim Culleton
Stage, Balime, Lost In Peru, Mapping 4D, Sarah Levinsky
Stage, Ponter, Next Big Thing, Old Vic Studios, Ben Catty
Stage, Various, Edmond, Ben Catty Productions, Benet Catty
Stage, Ivan Vasilievich, Memoirs of a Dead Man, Edinburgh Festival, Phillip Breen
Stage, Robert, The Rhymers of Eldrich, Newpoint, Sean Hollywood
Stage, Various Roles, Strindberg Festival at The Lyric, Newpoint/Lyric Theatre, Sean Hollywood/David Grant
Stage, Lucky, Waiting for Godot, The Grand Opera House, Belfast, Sean Hollywood
Stage, Smike, Nicolas Nickleby, Grand Opera House, Belfast, Sean Hollywood
Radio
2019, Radio, Sir Gregory, The Pallisers, BBC Radio 4, Gary Brown & Emma Harding
Radio, Neil, The Fox, BBC Radio 4, Peter Kavanagh
Radio, Cowherd, Iphigenia at Crimea, BBC Radio 3, Emma Harding
Radio, Narrator, The Man & the Echo (story), BBC Radio 4, Kirsty Williams
Radio, Owen, Have you seen the Child, BBC Radio 4, Gemma McMullan
Radio, Mark, Farewell, BBC Radio 4/BBC NI, Stephen Wright
Radio, Owen, Translations, BBC Radio 4, Kirsty Williams
Radio, Reader (story), In Pursuit of the Uneatable, BBC Radio 4, Kirsteen Cameron
Radio, Tommy, The Hiring Fair, BBC Radio NI, Colm Murphy
Radio, Spud, The Blazing East, BBC NI, Teelan Byrne
Short Film
Short Film, Connor, The Meeting, Fortune Films, Tom Daly
Short Film, Daniel, Daniel Cares, NFS, Nic Shearer
Short Film, Vinnie, Pies Day, Brown Shoes Prod, Tez Corrigon
Short Film, Joylan, The Road, Brown Shoes Production, Will Aspinal
Rehearsed Reading
Rehearsed Reading, Lachlan, Stories, National Theatre, Nina Raine/Ben Power
Rehearsed Reading, Slim, Cypres Avenue, Royal Court, Vicky Fetherstone
Rehearsed Reading, Sparky, Sgt. Musgrave's Dance, Almeida Theatre, Michael Fentiman
Rehearsed Reading, The Man, Someone Is Going To Come, Young Vic Theatre, Tom Hughes
Rehearsed Reading, Daly, Lally the Nyuck, ROYAL COURT, Simon Godwin
Rehearsed Reading, Maurice, The Hanging Gardens, Royal National Theatre (studio), Patrick Mason
Rehearsed Reading, Mark, Farewell (with Stephen Rea, Eugene O'Hare & Aidan McArdle), National Theatre, Phillip Breen
Rehearsed Reading, Various Roles, The Morrigan (Film), BBC, Aisling Walsh
Further Credits
Event, Ralph Fiennes Young Actors' Cinematic Workshop/Scholarship, BBC, Ralph Fiennes

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Central Scottish, Cockney, Donegal, Dublin, French, Glasgow, Irish RP, Irish-Northern*, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Northern, RP, Scottish-Standard, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Bass-Baritone*, Guitar
Performance:Audio Drama
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence