Fionn Foley

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Height: 5' 10"

Principal Age Range: 18 - 25

Build: Athletic

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Blue

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Fionn is currently in full time rehearsals for Smock Alley's Christmas Show "The Grimm Tale of Cinderella" written by Katie McCann and directed by Jeda de Brí which will run from December 4th to 23rd inc.

Following his workshop with Rough Magic for Lee Coffey's new play 'Shadows to Light', Fionn will be doing two rehearsed reading performances in the Project Arts Centre on Friday 8th Dec @ 3pm and Saturday 9th Dec 5pm as part of the SEEDS Showcase 2017. Tickets are free but limited.

Fionn's musical play "FIERCE NOTIONS" which he wrote and performed in won the Judges Choice Award at this year's Dublin Fringe Festival.

Having featured in Season 21 Fionn has reprised his role of 'Pól' for Season 22 of TG4's Irish Language soap drama "ROS NA RÚN" which is filming in An Spiddeál currently.

August saw Fionn wrap filming on the feature film "DUBLIN OLD SCHOOL", the screenplay based on the play of the same title. Directed by Dave Tynan, produced by Element Pictures, Mike Donnelly and Dave Leahy it's now in post production.

A fluent Irish speaker with a strong singing voice (Baritone), Fionn is also highly- proficient playing a range of musical instruments.

Theatre credits include his one-man musical comedy show 'EAMONN (from Menswear)' (Dublin's Smock Alley Boys School/ Mick Lally Theatre, Galway), "LOVE A LA MODE' (Smock Alley Boys School), "HALF LIGHT" (Winner of the Fringe First Fortnight Award 2016 Tiger Fringe Festival & Smock Alley Boys School January 2017), 'BOLSTOFF' (2017 Scene + Heard Festival), "THE SCOTTIES" (National Theatre of Scotland), a role in Barnstorm Theatre Company's staging of "THE MESSENGER" (Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny). Other past theatre credits are listed below in his CV.

Fionn's film and television credits include the principal and recurring roles of 'Sully' in Magamedia's 6-part Irish Language musical drama series "EIPIC", 'Carl' in Wesley O'Duinn's film "COVE", 'Kevin' in Andrew Jordan's Short Film "TOO SOON", "THE SIEGE 1922" for TG4, "VIKINGS - SEASON 2" for History Channel, 'Jeff' in "THE STAND UP" and 'Henry' in the Short Film "BLACK 47".

Watch Fionn's show reel here:
http://vimeo.com/173078861


Accents & Skills

Accents: Southern Irish (Native), Northern Irish, Dublin, Cork, English RP, Northern English, Cockney, Scottish, American, British (Northern)

Languages: Irish (Fluent), German (Intermediate)

Skills: Music, Performance and Production, Art and Design

Interests: Theatre, Musical Theatre, Film, Music, Sport

Music & Dance: Strong Singer - Baritone, Guitar (Advanced), Bass Guitar (Advanced), Piano (Advanced), Drums (Advanced), Mandolin (Proficient), Trumpet (Proficient)

Sports: Football, Swimming, Running

Qualifications: Grade 8 in Speech and Drama with Leinster School of Music & Drama

Awards: Medal and Excellence Award from the Leinster School of Music & Drama. Best Actor Award, Irish Student Drama Awards, 2014

Training

Course/Workshop

Facilitator/Venue

Theatre and Drama Studies

Samuel Beckett Centre Trinity College

The Acting Academy

Liz Bracken

Musical Theatre Vocal Training

Ratoath School of Music


Screen Experience

Film/TV

Role

Director

Production Company

Ros na Rún (Season 21)

Pól

Various

Tyrone Productions / TG4

Eipic (Television)

Sully

Louise Ni Fhiannachta

Magamedia / TG4

Too Soon (Short Film)

Kevin

Andrew Jordan

AJ Films

Disappear Here (Short Film)

Steve

David Cullinan

Aminal Productions

Cove (Short Film)

Carl

Kieran Roche

Breaking Light/twenty4films

The Stand Up (Short Film)

Jeff

David Howard

Idle Time Productions

Vikings (Television)

Young Monk

Ken Gilrotti & Karl Skogland

Octagan Films/Take 5 Productions

Black 47 (Short Film)

Henry

Kenny Leigh

Feenish Productions

The Hideaways (Feature Film)

Yard Boy

Agnès Merlet

Ardmore Studios


Theatre Experience

Play

Role

Theatre/Theatre Company

Director

Fierce Notions (DFF)

Milo

Smock Alley / ill Advised

Sarah Bradley

Half Light

Robin

The New Theatre

Mollie Molumby

Eamonn (from Menswear)

Eamonn

Smock Alley / Ill Advised

Claire O

The Scotties (Development)

Fraoch

National Theatre of Scotland / Theatre Gu Leór

Graham McClaren

The Messenger

Jimmy

Watergate Theatre / Barnstorm

Philip Hardy

Trainspotting

Francis Begbie

Smock Alley/Reality Check Productions

Tracy Ryan

Carmen Disruption

Carmen

Samuel Beckett Theatre

Michael-David McKernan

A Picture of Dorian Gray

Dorian Gray

Wonderland Productions

Alice Coghlan

In Camera

Joseph Garcin

Samuel Beckett Theatre

Ailish Leavy

Stitching

Stu

Samuel Beckett Theatre

Rebecca Feely

Life in our Blood

Boris

Belfast Opera House ISDA Festival

Paul Testar

A Midsummer Nights Dream

Puck

Dublin Castle / Mouth On Fire

Cathal Quinn

On Raftery's Hill

Ded

The Samuel Beckett Theatre

Laura Bowler

The Critic

The Constable

The Ark/Rough Magic Theatre Company

Lynne Parker

Reality Shows

Jack

Galway Fringe Festival/The Bentley

Alan Kinsella

Night Light

Colm

Smock Alley Theatre

Ilo Tarrant

The Economist

Anders Breivik (Lead)

PlayersTheatre, TCD

David Doyle

Les Miserables

Grantaire

Solstice Theatre

Gareth Mahoney

Jerry Springer The Opera

Chorus

Grand Canal Theatre

John Donnelly

Sweet Charity / A Chorus Line

Multiple Roles

Ratoath Musical Society

Alan Kinsella


Music Video Experience

Title

Role

Company

Director

Saint Sister - Tin Men

Male

Bob Gallagher

Bob Gallagher

Erase It

Boyfriend

Epic Productions

Chris Cullen

The Light at the End of the Bed

Boy (Lead)

Kage Williams and Aoife Smyth



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