Actor / Voice Over
Bryan Quinn
ABOUT BRYAN QUINN

Bryan Quinn graduated from Jacques Lecoq École Internationale de Mime et Mouvement in 2001. He has worked at home and abroad on stage, screen and radio as an actor, clown, director, movement consultant, musician and writer. Bryan has co-written and starred in three plays. Saddled, (2002) a comedy featuring live bicycle repair, co-written with and from an idea by David O’Doherty. His second play Coconut Raft (2010), a darkly comic musical, was written with Sean Carpio and Bobby McGlynn. There are strings, a phyisical comedy about a man whose father is a puppet was co-written with Jack Walsh and premiered at Feile na Bealtaine in Dingle (2012).

AGENT

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EMAIL

Julian Benson Management
jbp@julian-benson.com

CONTACT
TEL NO

Julian Benson / Nikki Ryan
(Office) +353 1 6764377

PERSONAL

PLAYING AGE
HAIR
NATIONALITY

33 – 40
Fair
Irish

HEIGHT
EYES
FRAME:

182cm
Blue
Medium

TRAINING

École Jacques Lecoq, Paris
theatre
title

There are Strings
Puckoon
Coconut Raft
Saddled
Hatchted
Shhhhhhh
The Clerk and the Clown
Action
Bolt Upright
Escape Routes
Kitten Brides
The Hussey Brothers

role

Bernard
9 Characters & Musician
Prisoner/Crooner
Bernie
5 Roles & Musician
The Baby
Wife/Musician
Shooter
Musician
W. S. Burroughs
Boyfriend
Micilin Hussey

company

Please Press 8
Big Telly Theatre Company
Coconut Raft Productions
Project Arts Centre
Sabooge
Galway Arts Festival
Galway Arts Festival
Locus Theatre Company
Angel Exit
The Soul Gun Warriors
Project Arts Centre
The Gombeens Theatre Co.

director

Bquinn/JWalsh
Zoë Seaton
Ensemble
B.Quinn/D.O’Doherty
Ensemble
Mikel Murfi
Mikel Murfi
Caroline McSweeney
Acushla Bastible
Jeffrey Gormly
Maeve Higgins
M. Barcelo

TELEVISION / FILM

TITLE

Game of Thrones
Stitches
The Rubberbandits
Learning to Fly
Pet Hate
Elev8
Spastic Hawk
The Republic of Telly
The (trembling veil of) Bones
The world of Foley
Procrastination
Fancy Vittles
Now that’s what I call the
Telly 2008
The modest adventures of
David O’Doherty
Scope (Season 1, 2, 3)

ROLE

Bolton Man
Smokey O’Rourke
The Baker
Voice
Voice
Actor & Presenter
The Publisher
Fanta –Rubberbandits
Bones
Foley musician
Voice
Boyfriend

Moron
;;;;
BQ
Various

COMPANY

HBO
Tailored Films
Channel 4
Irish Film Board
Irish Film Board
RTE
The Rubberbandits
Network 2
Canadian FB/Irish FB
Irish Film Board
The Culture Show BBC2
Scratch Films/RTE

Midas Productions/RTE

Peer Pressure/RTE
Stopwatch films/RTE

DIRECTOR

Alex Graves
Conor McMahon
Declan Lowney
Teemu Auersalo
Andy Clarke
Various
Bobby McGlynn
Dermot Whelan
Matthew Talbot-Kelly
Mike Ahern
Johnny Kelly
Liam McGrath
Mark Doherty/Barry
Murphy
….
John Carney
Tom Johnston

special skills

Fluent French, Intermediate Irish, Phonetic German/Spanish/Italian, Impersonations, Singing, Trumpet, Drums, Guitar, Juggling (4 balls, specialising in 3), Stilt Walking, Movement Specialist/Consultant, Versed in Comedia dell’Arte, Mask work, Clown work, Advanced stage combat, expert work with elaborate make-up & prosthetics, Clown.

Music Vocals, Trumpet, Guitar, Drums, Percussion. Bryan has played at all of the major venues and festivals at home and abroad with: Tucan, Ham Sandwich, Our little Secrets, Rhob Cunningham, David Kitt, The Frames and with live soundscape/music for shows in London’s West End, Ireland, Canada and The U.S.

accents

Irish: Dublin (all demographic), Louth, Belfast, Antrim, Fermanagh, Leitrim, Limerick, Cork, West Cork, Kilkenny
British: Rp, London (various + various demographic), West Country, Yorkshire, Northern (liverpool), Scotland (various demographic), Wales
USA: New York (Queens), Mid west, Southern, various non specific, various demographic, ethnic italian & Latino.
World: French (various), Spanish (various), Italian, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Australian, New Zealand, South Africa, Chinese (generic), Portugese/Brazilian.

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