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Michael O'Connor Actor

Theatre includes: Steward, Into the Woods, Cletis, Lone Star (Manchester Royal Exchange)

Da, Once (Gaiety Theatre Dublin/Phoenix Theatre London) Priest/Painter,                                    Peribanez, Benny, In the Midnight Hour (Young Vic Theatre)                                                                              Finbar, The Weir, Sharky, The Seafarer, Feste, Twelfth Night (Octagon Bolton)

Gonzalo/Boatswain, The Tempest (Royal Shakespeare Company)                                            Gorokhov, Piano, Franz/Dennis, Sunday In The Park With George, Sullivan,The Shaughraun, Yakob Nemi, Ghetto (National Theatre)                                                                                                     Tommy Kelly, The Knocky, Doctor Ryan, The Terrible Voice Of Satan (Royal Court)

Pirelli, Sweeney Todd, James Humble, Humble Boy (New Vic Theatre)  

Thomas Midgley, Lives of the Great Poisoners, (Riverside Studios)

Bazile, The Marriage of Figaro, Tex Johnson, Out with a Bang (Sheffield Crucible)

George Harrison, Lennon (Astoria Theatre London)                                                                          Detective Swan, A Handful of Stars (Trafalgar Studios)

Benjamin, Animal Farm, Sherriff of Nottingham, Robin Hood (Theatr Clwyd)

Shallow/Rigby, The Merry Wives of Windsor, (Stafford Castle)

President Truman, Bombing People, (Jermyn Street Theatre) Del, Outskirts, (Birmingham Rep) Prof. Kirk/Maugrim, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, (Northampton Royal) Sir Andrew Aguecheek , Twelfth Night (Orchard Theatre Company) Albert Timms, Larkrise, (Thorndike)

Michael has worked extensively on the comedy circuit and at the Edinburgh Festival with his character ‘Nobby Shanks’.


Television includes - Cockie O'Shea , BAFTA Award-Winning Dunkirk (BBC)

Branxton, Will (TNT) Fred, EastEnders (BBC) Albert Norman, Law and Order: UK (ITV)

Dennison, Murphy's Law (BBC)  Ken Scoones, Hardware (LWT)

Nobby Shanks, Asylum (Paramount) Duncan Aylwood, Fallout (Frontier Films)

Frank, The Bill (Thames)


Film includes - Priest,  Lynn & Lucy (Sixteen Films/BFI)  

Police Inspector, National Treasure - Book of Secrets, (Touchstone)


Radio includes - Prodigal, Secret Gardens BBC Radio 4


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