Denise McCormack


Denise is a Dublin based actress and is 5′ 3″ (160cm) tall. She holds a full driving licence.

Denise most recently wrapped filming in Dublin on London based Story Films new series “THE HUNTED” (post-production) directed by Megan K. Fox. The series stars Kara Tointon, Charlie Hodson-Prior, Allen Leech and Sara Powell.

Denise plays the featured supporting role of ‘Laura Cunningham’ opposite Jane Seymour in the second season of the fun detective series “HARRY WILD” (post-production) for Acorn TV/RTE which also wrapped filming in Ireland recently.

She is also cast in another Story Films’ production called “BLACK CAB” (post-production) a 4 x 60 dark drama for Channel 5 (UK). The series stars Robert Glenister, Sean Pertwee, Stephen Walters and Suzanne Packer. Although set in Liverpool the series was filmed in Dublin and is directed by Irish director Diarmuid Goggins.

Also in post-production is Stephen Jones’s Dublin based drama series “NORTHERN LIGHTS” (Lionsgate, TG4, and Belgian VOD service Streamz) in which Denise plays the featured supporting role of ‘Sandra’.

Her screen credits also include the lead female role of ‘Beatrice’ in Cluster Fox Films feature film “THE BLACK GUELPH” directed by John Connors, the supporting role of ‘Jenny Lawlor’ in the first season of RTE Television’s crime drama “KIN”, ‘Stacey’s Mam’ in Rachel Carey’s feature film “DEADLY CUTS” (Netflix), ‘Amanda’ in Workshed’s feature film “LET THE WRONG ONE IN” directed by Conor McMahon, BBC television’s “EASTENDERS”, the BBC detective drama “THE MALLORCA FILES”, and all four seasons of the Irish television serial drama “RED ROCK” (‘Bridget Kiely).

Her theatre credits include Tennessee Williams play “THE ROSE TATTOO” (The Complex Arts Centre) directed by by Vanessa Fielding, The Abbey Theatre’s “HOME: PART ONE” project, TKB’s play “REARING IS SPARING” (Dublin Theatre Festival), and multiple roles in Tracey Martin’s play “DUBLIN WILL SHOW YOU HOW” directed by Vanessa Fielding which ran on The Abbey Theatre’s Peacock stage and in The Complex Arts Centre.

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