Damian Kear­ney

Damian Kearney

Damian Kear­ney most recently appeared in The Sum­mer I Robbed a Bank (dir. Sophie Mot­ley) at the Every­man The­atre, as part of Cork Mid­sum­mer Fes­ti­val. Adapted by Mark O’Doherty, it is based on the orig­i­nal book by David O’Doherty.

Screen cred­its include Harry Wild 2 (dir. Emer Con­roy); Her­self (dir. Phyl­l­ida Lloyd); The Wind that Shakes the Bar­ley (dir. Ken Loach); Love/​Hate (dir. David Caffrey/​Anthony Byrne).

Stage cred­its include Stones in His Pock­ets (dir. Ian McEl­hin­ney, Gai­ety The­atre); at the Abbey The­atre, Oedi­pus (dir. Wayne Jor­dan); This Beau­ti­ful Vil­lage (dir. David Horan); The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui and The Gov­ern­ment Inspec­tor (dir. Jimmy Fay); The Com­edy of Errors (dir. Jason Byrne); Richard II (Michael Barken-​Caven); for Cheek By Jowl, Troilus & Cres­sida (dir. Declan Don­lan); Ham­let; Julius Cae­sar; Love In A Wood at the RSC; and his self-​penned The Flam­boy­ant Bird (dir. Char­lie Bon­ner, Fishamble).

Damian trained at RADA.