Michael O'Sullivan

Height: 5' 10" (177cm)

Principal Age Range: 60 plus

Build: Average

Hair: Grey

Eyes: Blue



Michael's screen credits include the supporting role of George Orme O’Malley in Colm Bairead's award-winning docudrama ‘The Maamtrasna Murders', the lead role in the IFTA-nominated 'Eireville' for director James Finlan, Quinn in 'Inion an Fhiaclora' directed by Jacqueline O'Neill, supporting roles in 'Some Mother's Son', 'Fallout' and 'Sean' for RTE Television and in 'The Running Mate' for TG4.

Theatre wise Michael played the lead role of 'Father Tim Farley' in the first Irish revival of 'MASS APPEAL' which was directed by its author Bill C. Davis and toured nationwide as did Frank Harte's play ‘LANGUAGE OF THE MUTE’ in which Michael played 'Donie'.

He has recently written his first play ’24 HOURS FROM TULSK’ as part of the Prime Programme at the Irish Theatre Institute.

Michael trained at the Abbey Theatre and went on to appear in many productions there, including 'Sharon's Grave', 'The Shaughraun', 'Strange Occurrence at Ireland's Eye', 'Tagann Godot' and 'Oisin'. He has also performed in numerous productions with the Druid Theatre Company, including 'A Touch of the Poet', 'Playboy of the Western World', 'Tom Paine', 'The Wood of the Whispering', 'The Increased Difficulty of Concentration', Tom Murphy's 'Famine', and 'The Ointment Blue'.


Accents: Irish-Southern*, Northern Irish, Belfast, Cork, Dublin, English RP*, Northern English, Scottish, American-Southern States, American-Standard, East European, French

Languages: Irish (Fluent)

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