ADAM PHELAN

Adam is an Irish actor from Waterford who is based in Dublin. He’s 5′ 11″ (180cms) tall.

He’ll be performing at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Sladewolfe Enterprises production of ‘AFTER SHAKESPEARE: RICHARD III’ in which he’s playing the lead role of ‘Richard III’. The play will run in The Space Triplex.

Screen acting wise he’s cast to play the supporting role of ‘Mikey in O’Riel Productions’ new feature film ‘SLUDGE’ directed by Sinéad Murphy.

His screen credits include ‘Ryan’ in Emerald Comet’s short film ‘THE LAST LAUGH’ directed by Sam Burke, one of the lead roles, ‘Joe’, in the short film ‘NEXT WEEK’ directed by Mark O’Connor, the supporting role of the ‘Ballinamona Goalie’ in the feature film ‘THE HURLER’, the supporting role of ‘Tony’ in Take 5 Production’s short film ‘THERE’LL BE NO DIVORCE’ directed by Noelle Clarke, and the role of ‘Cellach’ in Stormlight Media’s music video ‘Fractured Soul’ for Nick Phoenix.

Adam’s theatre credits include ‘Sebastian’ in ‘TWELFTH NIGHT’ with Shakespeare Squared directed by Joe Meagher and Deirdre Dwyer, ‘Juror No. 2’ in Bolt Production’s ‘TWELVE ANGRY MEN’ at the Cork Opera House directed by Darren Kelleher, and ‘Nick’ in Stagemad’s production of ‘WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?’ at Garter Lane directed by James Power. During his apprenticeship at the Lantern Theater Company in Philadelphia, Adam also performed as ‘The Russian Twins’ in Tom Stoppard’s Hapgood directed by Peter Delaurier.

CV available on request.

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