Sean McGinley

Sean McGinley was born in Donegal and graduated from University College Galway.  He was a member of the Druid Theatre Company from 1977-1989.  Plays included The Playboy of the Western World, Conversations on a Homecoming, Famine by Tom Murphy, The Glass Menagerie, Touch of the Poet, Loot, Endgame along with Geography of a Horsedreamer and Action, both by Sam Shepard.
Other theatre includes The Iceman Cometh, The Power of Darkness, The Shaughraun, The Corsican Brothers, A Whistle in the Dark (Irish Theatre Award and Time Out London Award) – all at the Abbey Theatre and most recently Ages of the Moon by Sam Shepard at the Peacock Theatre Dublin and the Atlantic Theater, New York. This was a two hander with Stephen Rea.
His television credits include; “Family” (BBC) “Who Bombed Birmingham” (Granada); “The Street” (Ch.4), “Bleak House” (BBC), “Minder”, “Taggart”, “Waking the Dead”, “The Vice”, “Cold Feet”, “Midsomer Murders” and “New Tricks” and “Love/Hate”
Films include “The Field”, “Michael Collins”, “The Butcher Boy”, “Braveheart”, “Trojan Eddie”, “The General”, “The Tiger’s Tail”, The Claim”, “Dead Bodies”, “The Wind That Shakes the Barley”, “The Tiger’s Tail”, “Simon Magus”, “The Closer You Get” and “On A Clear Day” (IFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature film).

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