Rank #1: Ste Murray plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Ste is a photographer and an actor from Dublin. He studied Architecture in UCD, getting involved with the Drama Society during his time there. Since graduating, Ste has been a freelancing as a photographer at www.ste.ie, and as an actor on stage and screen projects. His recent work includes ‘BlackCatfishMusketeer’ at Camden People’s Theatre and Summerhall Edinburgh Fringe with Malaprop , ‘Sunder’ with Anu Productions, ‘Carmen Disruption’ at the Beckett Theatre, ‘Panned’ at Theatre Upstairs, a tour of ‘Angels in the Park’, ‘Cornerstones’ at Civic Theatre, ‘The 24 Hour Plays’ at The Abbey, ‘Fused’ at Project Arts Centre, ‘Tales from Briar Hall’ at Theatre Upstairs, and Fishamble’s Tiny Plays for Dundrum. Previous work with WeGetHigh Collective includes ‘Narf!’ and ‘Sluts’ at Smock Alley and Edinburgh Fringe Festival, respectively. On screen, he has appeared in TV Series ‘Eipic’ and ‘Corp + Anam’, short films ‘Summon Her Children’, ‘A Long Shot’, as well as web series ‘The Goo’. His next appearance will be in Caitriona Daly's 'Panned' - a one man show that looks at mental health issues. It runs at Project Arts Centre from the 12th-17th of November 2018. ***
Rank #2: Tom Moran plays Personality Bingo with Taz Kelleher
Tom Moran is an actor, writer, musician and the host of Personality Bingo on The Headstuff Poscast Network. Tom graduated with a 1st Class Honours Degree from the Acting Program of The DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama in 2015 having also won a scholarship to study at Columbia College Chicago. This summer, Tom appeared in The Rivals (Smock Alley), Fierce Notions (Dublin Fringe) […] La entrada Tom Moran plays Personality Bingo with Taz Kelleher se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #3: Paul Howard plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Paul Howard is an Irish journalist, author and comedy writer. He is best known as the creator of the cult character, Ross O'Carroll-Kelly a fictional rugby jock whose exploits have been the subject of eighteen novels and two other books that have sold over one million copies in Ireland. He was named National Newspapers of Ireland Columnist of the Year in 2013 for his weekly column in The Irish Times on Saturday written under the Ross O'Carroll-Kelly pseudonym. He is the author of four plays – The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger in 2007, and Between Foxrock and a Hard Place in 2010, and Breaking Dad in 2014 and Postcards from the Ledge in 2017 – as well as the hugely successful 2012 puppet-based Anglo the Musical and a second musical Copper Face Jacks: The Musical in 2018. His first non-Ross-related venture into fiction: Triggs – The Autobiography of Roy Keane's Dog – was a #1 Bestseller in 2012, and short-listed for an Irish Book Award. He is a four-time Irish Book Award winner, collecting the Best Popular Fiction prize in 2007 for Should Have Got Off at Sydney Parade, in 2010 for The Oh My God Delusion, in 2013 for Downturn Abbey (each parts of the Ross O'Carroll-Kelly series) and Non-Fiction Book of the Year in 2016 for the biography of Tara Browne, "I Read the News Today, Oh Boy". He wrote comedy for radio and television and was part of the writing teams for two series of two RTÉ comedy sketch shows in the autumns of 2012 and 2013, Irish Pictorial Weekly and The Mario Rosenstock Show.
Rank #4: Paddy Murphy plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Paddy Murphy is an Irish comedian, actor and all round entertainer! Paddy is best known for his work on the popular Facebook and YouTube channel’s “Rory’s Stories” where he performs in topical sketches reflecting the current state of Ireland often with a GAA influenced twist. Paddy also appeared on the first season of RTE’s First Dates where he charmed the socks off a nation. And, as well as this, Paddy was a regular contributor to the popular FACTS YouTube channel. Unfortunately, Paddy is also a die hard Liverpool fan, god bless him... @paddykmurphy
Rank #5: Madi O’Carroll plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Madi is an actress, writer, musician and singer about to appear in Punk Rock at The Granary Theatre, Cork. Madi is a graduate of Gaiety School of Acting full-time course 2015. Recent screen credits include the role of Stella Lyons on RTÉ’s Fair City and Goneril in WarTank Production’s King Lear for Shakespeare Unwrapped. Madi […] La entrada Madi O’Carroll plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #6: Taz Kelleher plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Taz Kelleher is a podcaster and graphic designer and also the producer of Personality Bingo. Taz worked in podcasting in America for a while before coming back to Ireland and getting involved with Personality Bingo. Her own podcast is called In The Shower with Taz and Marcus all the info can be found just below […] La entrada Taz Kelleher plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #7: Paul Mescal plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Rank #8: Manus Halligan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Manus Halligan is a graduate of the Trinity College Drama and Theatre department. His recent theatre work includes: Inside The GPO (Fishamble), The Poor Little Boy With No Arms (One Duck), She Stoops To Conquer and King Lear (Abbey Theatre), Before Monsters Were Made, Reckoners and The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle (15th Oak Productions), Five Minutes Later (Sugarglass T. C.), Shell-Shock (Gonzo T. C.), The Nightmare Before Christmas (Livin’ Dred), Human Child and MONSTER/CLOCK (Collapsing Horse Theatre Company), Heroin(e) for Breakfast (PillowTalk), The Making of ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Project Arts Centre). His screen work includes Rebellion (RTÉ) and the short films, My Life For Ireland (Suitable Films), Not With a Bang But a Whimper (dir. Andy Stevenson) and Run (dir. Sam McMullen) which screened in London’s Short Film Festival 2014.
Rank #9: Paul Ryder plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Paul has been a performer for over 10 years. His androgynous/drag character of ‘The Ringmaster’ has taken him nation-wide around Ireland and beyond. He recently completed a UK and Ireland tour with the stage show ‘Heels of Hell’ which returns in October 2018 touring 8 locations. In Summer this year he returns with his epic […] La entrada Paul Ryder plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #10: Aaron Monaghan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Aaron trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin, and is a member of the Druid Ensemble. Aaron will star in the title role of Druid's upcoming run of Richard III at The Dublin Theatre Festival in The Abbey Theatre. Other credits include; FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY Carmel Winters Float Films MAZE Stephen Burke THE FOREIGNER Martin Campbell ASSASSIN’S CREED Justin Kurzel Regency SACRIFICE Peter Dowling Joe Wright Warner Bros 71 Yann Demange Run 71 Ltd PATRICK’S DAY Terry McMahon Paddy Films HIDEAWAYS Agnes Merlet RR Film Production THE OTHER SIDE OF SLEEP Rebecca Daly Blackrock Films FOXES Mira Fornayova Samson Films DEEP BREATHS PJ Dillon SPEED DATING Tony Herbert LSD:73 Paul Duan Campbell Ryan ELLA ENCHANTED Tommy O’Haver Miramax TELEVISION includes: STRIKING OUT II Simon Massey RTE CLEAN BREAK Gilles McKinnon RTE INSPECTOR JURY Florian Kern IJ Prods VIKINGS III Ken Gorotti VK Prods JACK TAYLOR Stuart Orme TV3 SINGLE HANDED IV – Between Two Fires Charlie McCarthy RTE / ITV LOVE-HATE David Caffrey RTE THE TUDORS HBO HIDE AND SEEK Dearbhla Walsh RTE THE LAST FURLONG RTE THEATRE includes: THE SECOND VIOLINIST Enda Walsh Landmark Prods / Wide Open Opera THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co Gaiety Theatre, US Tour and Hong Kong WAITING FOR GODOT Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co DRUIDSHAKESPEARE Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co Irish Tour and Lincoln Centre New York THE COLLEEN BAWN Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co RITUAL SLAUGHTER OF GORGE MASTROMAS Vicky Featherstone Royal Court KING LEAR Selina Cartmell Abbey Theatre DRUIDMURPHY Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co Gaiety Theatre, Irish and UK Tour, Lincoln Theatre New York, Kennedy Centre Washington *For which Aaron received a Best Supporting Actor Award from the Irish Times Theatre Awards 16 POSSIBLE GLIMPSES Wayne Jordan Peacock Theatre TRANSLATIONS Conall Morrison Abbey Theatre PENELOPE Mikel Murfi Druid Theatre Co Hampstead Theatre London and Studio Theatre Washington DC ARRAH NA POGUE Mikel Murfi Abbey Theatre THE SILVER TASSIE Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co EMERALD GERMS OF IRELAND Padraic McIntyre Livin Dred CHRIST DELIVER US! Wayne Jordan Abbey Theatre TALES OF BALLYCUMBER David Leveaux Abbey Theatre THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD Garry Hynes Druid Theatre UK Tour HANDEL’S CROSSING Jim Culleton Fishamble THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN* Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co * Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Featured Actor Award *Individual OBIE Award winner *Irish Times Best Actor Nomination ROMEO AND JULIET Jason Byrne Abbey Theatre FALLING OUT OF LOVE Mikel Murfi National Tour ROBERTO ZUCCO Jimmy Fay Bedrock THE TINKER’S CURSE Padraic McIntyre Livin Dread Cont… THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co. THE YEAR OF THE HIKER Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co National Tour EMPRESS OF INDIA Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co Abbey and Dublin Fest Various in DRUIDSYNGE Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co Lincoln Arts Festival THE YEAR OF THE HIKER Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co THE WALWORTH FARCE Mikel Murfi Druid Theatre Co DRAMA AT INISH Jim Nolan Abbey Theatre Various in DRUIDSYNGE Garry Hynes Druid Theatre Co PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD Garry Hynes Perth Arts Centre I DO NOT LIKE THEE DR. FELL Martin Drury Abbey Theatre THE SHAUGHRAUN John McColgan Abbey Theatre *For which Aaron received a Best Supporting Actor nomination Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Awards BURIAL AT THEBES Lorraine Pintal Abbey Theatre PUBU Andy Crook Articulated Anatomy THE WOLF IN WINTER FINDER’S KEEPERS Martin Drury Peacock Theatre SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER* Patrick Mason Abbey Theatre *For which Aaron received a Best Supporting Actor nomination Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Awards ALONE IT STANDS John Breen Lane Prods UK and National Tour HADES Declan Gorman Upstate Theatre Co
Rank #11: Eva-Jane gaffney plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Having featured in the first season Eva-Jane has reprised her role of 'Rebecca' in the second season of RTE Television's comedy drama CAN'T COPE WON'T COPE (post-production). As with season 1, season 2 is directed by Imogen Murphy and produced by Ailish McElmeel for Deadpan Pictures. Eva-Jane also featured in a guest role in Alison Spittle's comedy series "NOWHERE FAST" directed by Simon Gibney which broadcast on RTE 2 Television at the end of last year. Her feature Films in post-production include Mark O'Rowe's debut feature "THE DELINQUENT SEASON" in which she plays 'Ellen' and writer Kevin Barry's new feature drama "DARK LIES THE ISLAND" directed by Ian Fitzgibbon and produced by Michael Garland for Grand Pictures. Other film and television credits include the recurring role of 'Tracey Corrigan' in TV3's drama "RED ROCK", a role in director Brian Canty’s short film “FOR YOU”, 'Jacinta' in John Carney's hit feature film "SING STREET", 'Fiona' in "JACK TAYLOR" (S2 E9 "PURGATORY"), 'GRACE MORGAN' in Tile Film's 3-part bilingual television drama for TG4 "WRECKING THE RISING" (ÉIRÍ AMACH AMÚ), 'Aoife' in Tomais O'Suilleabhain's Short Film "PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT", 'Sask' in Lenny Abrahamson's Feature Film "WHAT RICHARD DID", 'Jacinta' in Daniel Corcoran's Short Film "REDLINE", 'Jenny' in the hugely entertaining web series "The Commute". Watch Eva-Jane's Show Reel here: http://vimeo.com/188213323 Theatre credits include 'Chantelle' in Philp McMahon's play "DANNY & CHANTELLE (STILL HERE)" directed by Tracy Martin, multiple characters in both "SINGLEHOOD" directed by Una McKevitt and 'THE BIRTHDAY MAN' written and directed by Philip Doherty, and 'Adrien' in Ger Kelly's play "CONFUSION BOATS",
Rank #12: Paul Byrom plays Personality bingo with Tom Moran
Rank #13: Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
It’s episode number six and Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran. Kate is an actress best known for her work in The Town Is Dead for which she was Irish Times Theatre nominated. Next up for Kate is her Abbey Theatre debut in The Train. Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran Here’s how the […] La entrada Kate Gilmore plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #14: Sean Connolly plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
It’s episode number six and Sean Connolly plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran, the brand new podcast on The HeadStuff Podcast Network! Sean is a YouTuber, FACTS Producer and, sometimes, contributor. You can find him @thesonicscrew Here’s how the show works: 60 Balls. 60 Minutes. 60 Questions. In those 60 minutes, Tom rolls his 13 […] La entrada Sean Connolly plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #15: Aonghus Og McAnally plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Aonghus is a graduate of the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin and also trained with Anne Bogart’s SITI Company in New York. His appearances at the Abbey Theatre include Big Love, The Burial at Thebes, Romeo & Juliet and The Plough and the Stars, which also toured to The Barbican, London as part of The Abbey’s centenary celebrations. Elsewhere, Aonghus has appeared in The Nose (Performance Corporation), W. B. Yeats’ CúChulainn Cycle (R.H.A. Downstairs, Dublin and Riverside Studios, London), Myrmidons (Ouroboros), The Tempest (Corcadorca), Macbeth, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet (All for Second Age), One– Healing with Theatre (Pan Pan), An Triail (Aisling Ghéar), Buile an Phíce (Amharclann de hÍde), A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Not a Moment to Lose (Torn Curtain). Recent theatre includes Serious Money (Seeds Project for Rough Magic directed by Aoife Spillane Hinks), and The Nose directed by Jo Mangan for Performance Corporation. He most recently appeared in his hugely successful one man show Fight Night which he co-created with writer Gavin Kostick as part of the Fishamble/Dublin Theatre Festival “Show in a Bag” initiative and which went on to tour across Ireland and to win a nomination for Best New Play at the Irish Times Theatre Awards 2012.
Rank #16: Amelia Stewart plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Amilia can now be seen on stage at The Gate Theatre in The Snapper Amilia, a Dublin native, graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting in 2013. During her time there she played such roles as Edie in Heroine for Breakfast, Directed by Joan Sheeny, Lily in Punk Rock, Directed by Gene Rooney and Sherbet in Fastest Clock in the Universe, Directed by Paul Brennan. Her recent theatre credits include Murder of Crows, by Lee Coffey, Directed by Karl Shiels (National Tour 2018), From All Side, by Lee Coffey, Directed by Aaron Monaghan (Dublin Fringe Festival 2017), Inhabitance by Peter Dunne, Directed by Ronan Phelan (Project Arts Centre 2016), A Boy Called Nedd, by Emily Gilmor-Murphy, Directed by Karl Shiels (Stuart Parker Nominated 2015), Beauty and the Beast, Directed by Vivian Coates (The National Concert Hall, Festival Productions) and Lee Coffeys acclaimed Leper+Chip, Directed by Karl Shiels (National Tour, NI Tour and Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, Broadway Baby Nomination, NYDT Nomination, NYDT Acting Excellence in performance Commendation 2015) Her film/tv credits include A Dangerous Fortune, Directed By Christian Schwochow (ADF Productions Ltd), The Monk (Short), Directed by David Crann (The Courtyard Studios), Outside, by Emmet Kirwin, Directed by Nicky Gogan (Still Films), Mc Donalds Advert, Directed by Lorcan Finnegan (This Is Butter Productions), Normanstown TV Pilot, Directed by Pierce Halpin (Cinetex Films) and the series regular Katy O’ Brien in RTE’s Faircity. Amilia is a founding member and Artistic Director of Bitter Like A Lemon Theatre Company. She is a classically trained soprano with a level 7 diploma from The Conservatory of Music and Drama and has 4 badges for competitive gymnastics. Amilia will appear in the world premier of Roddy Doyles, THE SNAPPER, in The Gate Theatre this summer under the direction of Roisin McBrinn.
Rank #17: Danielle Galligan plays Personality Bingo
Danielle Galligan is a Dublin based actor and theatre maker. She graduated from the Lir with first class honours. Her recent theatre credits include All Honey(DFF/Bewleys Cafe Theatre), The Grimm Tale of Cinderella (Smock Alley Theatre), The Train (Rough Magic/AbbeyTheatre), The Heiress (Gate Theatre), HOSTEL 16 (DFF) and Beyond Barricades (ANU), Cascando (PanPan). Recent Film & TV credits include, Game Of Thrones (HBO), Beautiful Youth, Strangers In The Park (IADT), Pernicio (Stoneworks), Tomorrow, Closing Time (Zoology), This Must Be The Place (Pathe/Element Pictures), Playboy of the Western World (RTE). She is a founding member of Unspoken Collective. She also partook in Druid's FUEL residency in 2015\. LYRICS will be her first time performing in Theatre Upstairs and with SQUAD Productions.
Rank #18: India Mullen plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
It’s episode number two and India Mullen plays Personality Bingo With Tom Moran, the brand new podcast on The HeadStuff Podcast Network! India is an actress who you’ll know as Katy Kiely from Red Rock and may have seen her onstage in productions such as The Wise Wound in Smock Alley. Here’s how the show […] La entrada India Mullen plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran se publicó primero en Headstuff.
Rank #19: Michael-David McKernan plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Most recently Michael-David wrapped a role on ‘Quantico’ for ABC Studios as well as the Irish feature film ‘The Comeback’. He will be seen in 2018 playing Shane Twomey for Element Pictures’ ‘Red Rock’. He performed in Reality:Check Productions’ ‘Disco Pigs & Sucking Dublin’ which won the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Ensemble. In 2017 he appeared in White Label’s production of ‘The Eurydice Project’ which ran at the Project Arts Centre, as Edmund in ‘King Lear’ at the Mill Theatre, as well as ‘The Voice Factor [X]’ at The New Theatre. Further screen credits include '3 Friends', ‘Summon Her Children’ and ’Bonsoir Luna’. Previous theatre credits include Rough Magic’s ‘The Critic’ at the Dublin Theatre Festival, the premiere of ‘According To His Need’ at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, as well as ‘HOSTEL 16’ at the Dublin Fringe Festival directed by Raymond Keane. He is a singer and a multi-instrumentalist proficient with piano, guitar, and mandolin. Michael-David McKernan is a graduate of The Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street Film Academy. He has previously trained in Physical Theatre at the London Academy of Dramatic Art and holds a First Class Honours degree in Drama & Theatre Studies at the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College.
Rank #20: Caoimhe O'Malley plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
Caoimhe can now be seen on screen in RTÉ’s Fair City. Caoimhe most recently appeared in the feature film The Randomer written by Gerry Stembridge, which premiered in the Galway Film Fleadh in 2016\. Onstage she recently appeared in The Constant Wife, in the Gate Theatre, directed by Alan Stanford. Recent theatre credits include Lisa in the highly successful Unmanageable Sisters at the Abbey Theatre, as well as Gloria in You Never Can Tell, at the Abbey Theatre, directed by Conall Morrison, and Mary Boyle in Juno and the Paycock, directed by Mark O’Rowe at the Gate Theatre. She recently completed filming on Soulsmith, a feature film, written and directed by Kevin Henry and The Wave, written and directed by TJ O’Grady Peyton and Oscar Winning director Benjamin Cleary. Caoimhe is from Dublin and graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting Full Time Acting Course in June 2011, and was awarded the Gaiety School Theatre Bursary in 2010\. While at the Gaiety School she appeared in Macbeth and Twelfth Night directed by Liam Halligan and in Little Gem directed by Paul Brennan. On screen she has appeared in the role of Elizabeth in Reign a CW Network produced TV Series directed by Brad Silberling, in the award winning short film Whatever Turns You On (TimeSnap Production) and in Rent A Friend (Kite Entertainment) as part of RTE’s Storyland competition. Caoimhe appeared as Baba in two productions of The Country Girls, written and adapted for the stage by Enda O’Brien, and directed by Mikel Murfi for Red Kettle Theatre Company in the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, in Garter Lane Theatre and on tour. Other theatre work include Major Barbara, directed by Annabelle Comyn at the Abbey Theatre, and The Far Off Hills directed by Mikel Murfi for NOMAD productions at the Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo and on national tour. Caoimhe also appeared as Honor in Paul Howard’s hit play Breaking Dad directed by Jimmy Fay (Landmark productions) at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin. In early 2015, she reprised her role as Honor, in the sell-out remount of Breaking Dad in the Gaiety Theatre Dublin and in Cork Opera House. Caoimhe appeared as Vera in Brien Friel’s version of A Month In The Country, directed by Ethan McSweeny, at The Gate Theatre.