Robbie O'Neill

OVERVIEW

Robbie is originally from Liverpool and trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

His Credits Include: 'STEPHEN' (Hurricane Films/Liverpool Biennial), 'BOILING POINT' (Matriach), 'WINDOW' (ZDF), 'CURSED' (Netflix), 'TO HAVE TO SHOOT IRISHMEN' (Liverpool Everyman/Clapham Omnibus), 'LITTLE BOY BLUE' (ITV), 'CASUALTY' (BBC) and 'FATHER BROWN' (BBC).

He’s also a talented writer, developing plays with both The Royal Court and Liverpool Everyman, and he has recently finished his debut short film 'SECONDS OUT'.

 

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Height: 5' 10 (178cm)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 32
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: White

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CREDITS

Film

FIELDS OF ANFIELD ROAD (Short Film), Dave - NUA (director: Ben Sempey)

STEPHEN, Paul - Hurricane Films/Liverpool Biennial (director: Melanie Manchot)

BOILING POINT, Frank - Matriarch (director: Philip Barantini)

SECONDS OUT(Short), Carl - Ascendant Releasing (director: Phil Barantini)

FORBEARANCE (Short), Young Frank - Pickled Productions (director: Jack Casey)

COPY THAT (Short), Jack - Cut To Productions (director: Kingsley Hoskins)

Television

THE WINDOW, Derek 'Desgy' Knowles - ZDF (director: Adrian Shergold)

CURSED, Northman - Netflix (director: Sarah O'Gorman)

CASUALTY, Karl Jenkins - BBC (director: Piotr Szkopiak)

LITTLE BOY BLUE, DC Jones - ITV (director: Paul Whittington)

FATHER BROWN, Vince Lennon - BBC (director: John Greening)

JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR NORRELL, Lucas - Cuba Pictures/BBC America (director: Toby Haynes)

Theatre

TO HAVE TO SHOOT IRISHMEN, William Dobbin - Liverpool Everyman/Clapham Omnibus (director: Gemma Kerr)

THE PATH, Louis - Hightide (director: Jude Christian)

LINES, MacKay - The Yard (director: Jay Miller)

CLUB 44, Billy Woodruff - Soho Theatre (director: Mimi Poskitt)

MY DEAR, I WANTED TO TELL YOU (Site Specific), Johnson - Look Left Look Right (directors: Mimi Poskitt/Eva Sampson)

SHAKESPEARES' PERICLES, Pandar/Antiochus/Cleon - Redgrave Theatre (director: John Hartoch)

THE DAYS OF MANKIND, Karl - Bristol Old Vic (directors: John Retallack and Toby Hulse)

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Bob Ewell - Bath Literary Festival (director: Marilyn Imrie)

Radio

SINGLES GOING STEADY, George - BBC Radio 4 (director: Emma Harding)

THE AMERICAN GRANDMOTHER, John/Raymond - BBC Radio 3/Pier Productions (director: Martin Jenkins)

Workshop

CLASS, Octavius - Liverpool's Royal Court (director: George Mann)

KANYE THE FIRST, Male Characters - Hightide (director Andrew Twyman)

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