Darragh is an Irish actor from the North-West of Ireland who lives in Dublin. He is 5′ 9″ (175cm) tall.

He plays one of the lead teen roles in “SANCTUARY” a new television series from Monumental Pictures and AMC which continues to film in Ireland until the end of November.

His screen credits also include the supporting role of ‘Ricky’ in the Irish feature film “Ann” directed by Ciaran Creagh, the short films “Inside Out” (Patrick) directed by Laura Way, “Monkey Tales” (Dara) directed by Robert Forshaw, and “White Roses” (‘Thomas’) directed by Sean Noonan.

Theatre credits also include The Abbey Theatre’s staging of “Portia Coughlan” (‘Gabriel’), “The Lieutenant of Inishmore” (Davey) directed by Maureen White, “A Midsummer’s Nights Dream” (‘Lysander’) directed by Liam Halligan, “What Happened Bridgie Cleary” (‘Mikey’) directed by Paul Brennan, and “Romeo and Juliet” (‘Paris’) directed by Liam Halligan with The Gaiety School of Ireland.

Darragh is a graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting’s two-year professional actor’s training program.