Saoirse is from Drogheda, she lives in Dublin and is 5′ (153cms) tall.

Saoirse is cast in one of the leading roles in the short film “TOMATOES”, a short film that will film in the North of Ireland in mid-July, directed by Calla Hughes.

As a fluent Irish speaker Saoirse plays the supporting lead role of ‘Emma’ in the Irish Language short-film DIFRIÚIL directed by John Farrelly for Jackpot Productions. She featured in an episode of the TG4 documentary series ‘LURGAN 2K18’ in which she spoke about the importance of the Irish language and the arts, whilst singing for TG Lurgan in one of their popular Irish language music videos.

Her other screen credits include the roles of ‘Stephanie Isaacson’ and ‘Sue Torrell’ in season 4 of BLOODLINE DETECTIVES directed by both Derek Dillon and Sue Keegan (Peninsula Television), the short-film lead roles of ‘Margaret Veale’ in ‘DON’T LOOK’ by Wang Liang Chun (IADT), and ‘Sarah’ in ‘THE EMERALD STONE’ by Alan Dunne (Reckoner Productions). She also played ‘Young Pauline’ the younger version of Geraldine Plunkett’s character in the short ‘POST LOVE’ directed by Max Barry (IADT), ‘Cecilia Lee’ in ‘HEARTS AND STRINGS’ by Ghail Protacio (DIT Productions) and Tara Brady’s short ‘WALTZ’.

Stage credits whilst attending the Drogheda School of Performing arts include, ‘Iris Kelly’ in ‘FAME’, ‘Cosette’ in ‘LES MISÉRABLES’, ‘Nightingale’ in ‘THE NIGHTINGALE’ and ‘Jack’s Mother in ‘INTO THE WOODS’.

Saoirse is currently training on the 1-year Full-Time Programme for Screen Acting at Bow Street Academy in Dublin. Prior to this she also completed the 6 Month Part-Time and Young Screen Actors Programmes.


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