Irish actor who starred as Motl and Nate in Vacationing Light on the Country wide Theater. He also portrayed Hal in Getting Individual during series 4 and 5. He graduated through the Drama Center London in 2011 and co-starred within a production from the enjoy, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, on the Western world Yorkshire Playhouse. He also starred within the play, UNLESS YOU Let Us Fantasy, We Won’t ENABLE YOU TO Sleep on the Royal Courtroom Theater in 2013. He was raised with his family members in Johnstown Bridge, State Kildare, Ireland. He co-starred with Russell Tovey in the tv screen series, Being Individual.
|1||18 May 2012 - Won Sunday Times/National Theatre Ian Charleson Award, 2nd Prize, for playing Giovanni in 'Tis Pity She's A Whore (2011).|
|The Current War||2017||Bourke Cockran|
|National Theatre Live: No Man's Land||2016||Foster|
|Suspects||2014-2016||TV Series||DS Jack Weston|
|Clean Break||2015||TV Series||Danny Dempsey|
|Kill Your Friends||2015||Ross|
|National Theatre Live: The Hard Problem||2015||Spike|
|The Devil You Know||2015||TV Mini-Series||Robert Putnam|
|Ripper Street||2013||TV Series||Det. Constable Albert Flight Det. Const. Albert Flight Det. Con. Albert Flight|
|Being Human||2012-2013||TV Series||Hal|
|National Theatre Live: Travelling Light||2012||Motl / Nate|
|When the Hurlyburly's Done||2010||Short||Jacob|
|The List||2009||Video short||Shaun|
|Making Rosebud||2009||Short||William West Junior|
|The List||2009||Video short|
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|1||[on making the unscripted drama Suspects (2014)] It was daunting to begin with. None of us had ever done anything like this before. However, it was quite electrifying, and now, looking back, it's hard to figure out a way we could have done it better.|
|2||There was a great speech at the start of the Young Vic's Faust. There was an old man in a nursing home saying, "I've played Hamlet, I've played Richard II, I've played Lear, I've played them all." I was sitting there thinking, "That is what I want to do." I want to be able to look back and say I've played amazing parts, worked with great actors and amazing directors. That sounds very cheesy, but that really struck a chord with me|
|3||I went from rarely ever reading plays, to reading one a day. I went from attending the theatre two or three times a year, to two or three times a week. And this was on top of 12 or 13 hours a day learning and honing my craft. I immersed myself. You could almost say I shut myself off from the world, so much was the singularity of my focus.|
|4||A great actor is a great listener. And that's something I am learning. Listening is the key. You can't react truthfully unless you listen. If I could have brought that to every show I've done so far I would sleep easier at night. Listen every day. Just as the curtain comes up, I always say "listen".|
|5||When you're on stage a deep breath is very much physicalized and in the body, whereas you can almost breathe through your eyes on television; you don't get that on stage|
|6||Acting is living truthfully in imaginary circumstances|
|7||I've learned to work my bollocks off. With auditions I read the play twice if not three times before. You work out the story and the character and the corners and the beat changes of the text, and I feel you have to want to try and make it as specific as you can, that this is Damien's version of the character.|
|8||A good actor is someone who gives everything. Don't be afraid to be vulnerable, don't be afraid to make a prick of yourself on stage, because that's what people want to see. That's what I try to bring.|
|9||I feel very privileged to be honest. It was a big leap of faith for everyone to take. Cast, crew and all the fans. When I got the job I was like - 'Oh no, don't replace Mitchell with another Irish Vampire!' But the characters are so different. We're just so excited that everyone has taken to it and really enjoys it.|
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