Áine is an Irish actor from Galway City with a base in Dublin. She is 5′ 8″ (173cm) tall.
Currently she’s working on: short-film “SPECIES OF SPACES” by Megan O’Rourke, as lead, ‘Susie’; short-film “ALL ABOUT ACCORDIONS” by Iarla McKeon and Willow Kennedy as lead, ‘Maebh’; feature film “FROGGIE” by The Morgan Brothers, and short-film “ECHOES” by Daniel Crowe (in production), as lead, ‘Grace’.
Screen credits also include the lead role of ‘Laura’ in French short-film, “THE PAINTER” by Thomas Burke which has been selected for The Student World Impact Film Festival, The Lift Off Global Network Sessions, The Cinemagic On The Pulse Festival, and Brèves d’Images.
Stage credits include: ‘Ismene” in Sophocle’s “ANTIGONE” by Evasia Koutoulaki; lead role, ‘Susan’, in “UNDER THE BLUE” by Conor Sheehan; lead role, ‘Emma’, in Mike Bartlett’s “CONTRACTIONS” by Same Page Theatre Company; lead role, ‘Aisling’, in Joan Lally’s “STEPPING UP” by John Farrell; and an extra in the ballet “ROMEO & JULIET” by The Perm State Ballet when they toured to the Bord Gáis Theatre.
As a strong Irish speaker, she plays the supporting lead role of ‘Clodagh’ in the Irish Language short-film “OAT FLAT WHITE” directed by Georgia Lee and Máiread Dewar for Ardán Media & Little Cinema Galway’s 48 Hour Film Challenge 2023, which won The Audience Award for Best Film.
Having previously completed the Foundation Course at The Oxford School of Drama, Áine recently graduated for the 1-year Full-Time Program at Bow Street Academy.
CV available on request.