WAYNE BYRNE

Wayne is a Dublin native and is based there. He is 5′ 10″ tall (177cms).

He plays the lead character ”Declan McGregor” in the Irish feature film drama “THE TROUBLES A DUBLIN STORY” which is currently being screened on the international film circuit.

Screen work also includes the BBC’s production of “ARISTOCRATS” directed by David Caffery, “MYSTIC KNIGHTS of TIR NA NOG” directed by Kevan Barker with Saban Productions, “BRAVEHEART” directed by Mel Gibson, “NOTHING PERSONAL” Directed by Thaddeus O Sullivan.

Theatre wise Wayne toured nationally playing ‘Phil Snr’ in the stage adaptation of “WHAT WOULD MA SAY” directed by Gerard Ronan and written by Kathleen Doyle. He played ‘Valdes’ in Shakespeare’s “PERICLES” directed by Gerard Stembridge (Dublin’s Project Arts Centre), ‘Mr. Anselme’ in “THE MISER” by Molier directed by Aoife Spillane Hinks (Black Box Theatre), ‘Peter’ in “MANIFESTO” Directed by the late Donal Courtney and roles in the short films.

“PODGE” directed by Rebecca Singleton, “Black Coffee” directed by Alex Sheehan, “HYGGE” directed by Rachel McGill and “Sophie” directed by Philip Ledingham.

A graduate of both Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting and the Performance Theatre Company of The Gaiety School of Acting Wayne is a former student of Dublin Youth Theatre and The Actors Workshop.