Eoin Geoghegan


Eoin is from Connemara in the West of Ireland, he’s based in Dublin and is 6’ 1” (185.5cms) tall. He holds a full driving licence.

His screen credits include ‘Seanie Collins’ Loosehorse’s documentary COLD CASE COLLINS directed by Maurice Sweeney, the lead male role in Laoisa Sexton’s short film “THE LUCKY MAN”, the supporting role of ‘TomTom’ in Daithi Keane’s feature film “FINKY”, ‘Francis Kelly’ in the BBC Television drama series “DOCTORS” directed by Piotr Szkopiac, ‘Patcho’ in Kevin Barry’s feature film “DARK LIES THE ISLAND” directed by Ian Fitzgibbon, and ‘Lovelorn Client’ in the BBC 2 television drama “DOING MONEY” directed by Lynsey Miller.

His Irish language screen credits include Colm Bairéad’s bilingual award winning docu-drama “THE MAAMTRASNA MURDERS”, the bilingual feature film “PILGRIMAGE” (‘Red Beard’) directed by Brendan Muldowney, and the television drama “GRACE HARTE” (‘Tom’) directed by Charlie McCarthy.

Theatre wise Eoin most recently performed in “BLUE THUNDER”, a Cathal Cleary Theatre & Kelly Phelan co-production which ran as part of last year’s Fringe Festival before going on national tour playing at Roscommon Arts Centre, Longford Backstage, Galway Town Hall, Letterkenny’s An Grianan, and at Westival in Wesport.

Theatre work also includes “AISLING” (National Tour) a traditional Irish piece of live theatre comprising of drama, music and poetry, “THE SILVER TASSIE” by Sean O’Casey (The National Theatre London) directed by Howard Davies, “THE TURN OF THE SCREW” by Henry James (Almeida Theatre London) directed by Lindsey Posner and produced by Michael Attenborough.

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