Denise is a Dublin based actress and is 5′ 3″ (160cm) tall.
She is cast in the second season of the fun detective series “HARRY WILD” who is played by Jane Seymour which is currently in production in Wicklow and surrounding areas.
Theatre wise Denise will be in full-time rehearsals from April 11th to play the title role in a new translation of the Tennessee Williams play “THE ROSE TATTOO” by Vanessa Fielding and Catherine Joyce, which will run in The Complex in Dublin 7 from May 4th to 13th inc. The play has an implicit central feminist theme focusing on traveller women’s identity, social exclusion, mental health, grieving, education, emotional and sexual emancipation.
In post-production is “BLACK CAB” a 4 x 60 dark drama for Channel 5 in which Denise is cast in the supporting role of ‘Sarah’. The series stars Sean Pertwee, Stephen Walters, Robert Glenister and Suzanne Packer, and although set in Liverpool was filmed in Dublin. Directed by Irish director Diarmuid Goggins the series is being produced by Story Films. Also in post-production is Stephen Jones’s TV Series “NORTHERN LIGHTS” in which Denise plays the supporting role of ‘Sandra’.
Screens credits also include the supporting role of ‘Kate’ in “DER IRELAND KRIMI” a 2 x 90min episode series for ARD channel in Germany which filmed in the west of Ireland, the supporting role of ‘Jenny Lawlor’ in the first season of RTE Television’s crime drama “KIN”, the lead female in Cluster Fox Films feature film “THE BLACK GUELPH” directed by John Connors, ‘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, the BBC television drama “THE MALLORCA FILES”, the BBC soap drama “EASTENDERS”, and all four seasons of the Irish television serial drama “RED ROCK” (‘Bridget Kiely).
Theatre credits include The Abbey Theatre’s “HOME: PART ONE” project, ‘Anita’ in 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.