KIERAN ROCHE

Kieran is an Irish actor based in Dublin. He is 5′ 5″ (165cm) tall.

In post-production is Pale Rebel productions short film “SOUND & COLOUR” in which Kieran plays ‘Harry’. Written and directed by Emma Foley the film is Funded through Kildare Grass Roots initiative. Cast also includes Alison Oliver. Also in post-production is the feature film “UNCLE SILAS”, directed by Lisa Mulcahy, in which Kieran plays the featured supporting role of ‘Ilbury’. Cast also includes David Wilmot, Agnes O’Casey, John Olohan and Chris Walley.

Kieran also plays the supporting role of ‘Shorty’ in Studio Atlantic’s Victorian-era thriller “THE GATES” which premiered at this year’s Cork Film Festival. Directed by Stephen Hall and written by Tim Reynolds the film also stars John Rhys-Davies, Richard Brake, Elena Delia and Michael Yare.

A passionate theatre performer Kieran performed in the critically acclaimed “WALKINSTOWN” earlier this year which returned for four nights on the main space in Dublin’s Smock Alley Theatre. His other theatre work also includes “DINNER AT MULBERRY STREET” which ran in Bewley’s Cafe Theatre, and ‘The Day of The Zebra’ written and directed by Neil Flynn which ran in Glass Mask Theatre on Dublin’s Dawson Street.

Kieran is one of the founding members of the sketch comedy group, Rocket Octopus.