Dermot Crowley

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Dermot Crowley
Born (1947-03-19) 19 March 1947 (age 67)
Cork, Ireland
Occupation Actor
Years active 1976 - present
Dermot Crowley

Dermot Crowley (born 19 March 1947 in Cork, Ireland) is an Irish stage, film and television actor.

Career[edit]

Dermot Crowley’s extensive work in Theatre includes Great Britain, Stuff Happens, Scenes from the Big Picture, His Girl Friday, The Double Dealer, Undiscovered Country, As You Like It, Brand, Richard III, The Woman, Macbeth, The Plough and the Stars and Amadeus all at the National Theatre; The Hostage at the RSC; House of Games at the Almeida; The Memory of Water, Ancient Lights, Hedda Gabler, and Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Time Out, Best Supporting Actor Award) for Hampstead Theatre; A Whistle in the Dark at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin and the Royal Court, London; Exiles, The Government Inspector and Translations for the Bristol Old Vic; Summerfolk at Chichester; and The Cripple of Inishmaan (Los Angeles Drama Critics’ Award) on tour in the US. Other US theatre includes Two Men of Florence at Huntington, Boston; Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at McCarter Theatre, Princeton; Dealer’s Choice at Manhattan Theatre Club, New York; and Give Me Your Hand (Drama Desk nomination), Juno, Translations and The Weir (Drama Desk Award) on Broadway. In the West End his work includes Amadeus at Her Majesty’s; The Weir and Calico at the Duke of York’s; and Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Great Britain at the Haymarket.

TV includes Luther, Hunted, Borgia, Margaret, New Tricks, Foyle’s War, Midsomer Murders, Bleak House, Kingdom, Spooks, Dead Gorgeous, Murder Rooms, A Touch of Frost, Trial and Retribution, Rebel Heart, Falling for a Dancer, Father Ted, Jonathan Creek, The Sculptress, Kavanagh QC, Poirot, Blue Money, Echoes" and Empty Nest.

Films include Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie, Deception, Holy Water, Babel, Before You Go, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Staggered, The March, The Son of the Pink Panther, Wilt, Little Dorrit, The Doctor and the Devils, Octopussy, The Return of the Jedi and Giro City.

Radio includes BBC Book of the Week, The Last Matchmaker, and William Trevor’s Love and Summer , Translations and The Story of Lucy Gault for Book at Bedtime. [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dermot Crowley, Official website.

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