FIACH KUNZ

Fiach is an Irish actor based just outside Dublin, he is 6′ (183cm) tall.

He plays the featured supporting role of ‘BENJI’ in “WITNESS NUMBER THREE” a new 4 x 60 mins psychological drama from Story Films which broadcast  over four consecutive nights on Channel 5 in the UK recently. It is currently available to view on the Channel 5 player. The series was filmed on location in Ireland and stars Nina Toussaint-White (The Sister, Bodyguard).

Fiach (‘Emmet Dalton’) is cast in Loosehorse’s new documentary based around the Assassination of Michael Collins –  “COLD CASE COLLINS” is on RTÉ 1 on Wednesday 24th August at 9.35pm. It is available to watch on the RTE Player. Directed by Maurice Sweeney and drawing heavily on a hundred years of historical scholarship and verified witness testimony, this new RTÉ Documentary imagines an investigation that never happened.

Fiach plays the lead male role of ‘David’ in Katie McNeice’s new short film “LAMBING”, the featured recurring role of ‘Kelvin Cruickshanks’ in Mopar and Subotica’s crime thriller “RED ELECTION” (Viaplay), the supporting role of  ‘Jacob Baklov’ in the TV series “HARRY WILD” (Acorn/RTE), and he is also cast in the Apple TV original sci-fi drama “FOUNDATION” which saw him film in Troy Studios, Limerick and The Canary Islands. Screen credits also include “THE TITANS THAT BUILT AMERICA” a three-part miniseries docudrama for the History Channel,  History’s “VIKINGS” directed by Stephen St. Ledger, AMC’s martial arts series “INTO THE BADLANDS” directed by James Marshall, and Lance Daly’s feature film “BLACK 47”.

Theatre wise Fiach most recently played ‘Friar’ in Mill Productions staging of ‘ROMEO & JULIET’ directed by Geoff O’Keeffe which ran in The Mill Theatre, Dundrum until mid-March. Theatre credits also  include multiple roles in Mark McAuley’s acclaimed play “A FEAR AND LOATHING ACTOR IN DUBLIN” (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), ‘Raúl’ in Disappear Here Theatre Company’s staging of “EXTREMITIES” (New Theatre) by William Mastrosimone directed by Emily Foran, and Mill Productions’ staging of Shakespeare’s “KING LEAR” (Mill Theatre) directed by Geoff O’Keeffe.