|Born||3 June 1976|
|Website||The Enda Markey Website|
Enda Markey (born 3 June 1976, Dublin) is an Irish-born Sydney, Australia-based stage and television actor. He made his professional stage debut aged eleven in Dylan Thomas's A Child's Christmas in Wales at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.
At sixteen, he was awarded a scholarship to train at London's Laine Theatre Arts' Musical Theatre Course. Following his training, he played Rick in the London production of A Slice of Saturday Night.  Other appearances in London and the UK include the world premiere cast of Vice Versa at the Players' Theatre in London and Enda's solo shows "Enda Markey In Concert" (Jermyn Street Theatre) and "Live & Legless" (Too2Much) in the West End. 
In 1996, Markey returned to Dublin to appear in the Irish premiere of Follies with Lorna Luft, Dave Willetts and Millicent Martin. Follies was followed by an appearance in Side By Side By Sondheim, giving Markey his first starring role and making him the youngest person ever to headline a production of that show. He then appeared as Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk which was immediately followed by his return to A Slice of Saturday Night in Dublin, recreating the role of Rick for a sell-out season. 
Theatrical appearances in Australia include The Mangina Monologues at Chapel Off Chapel in Melbourne and The Seymour Centre in Sydney and the world premiere of Flying Solo with Paula Duncan and Noeline Brown, directed by Judy Nunn. He appeared as a headlining act at major events including the opening of the Mardi Gras festival in 2004 and 2005 at Hyde Park in Sydney performing to an audience of 20,000 people; Summa Fling and Cabaret Feddish at Federation Square in Melbourne; Dublin Pride (headlining alongside Tina Cousins); The Pride March Finale Concert (Melbourne) and Pride WA Fair Day in Perth.
He has appeared at venues around the world including Andrew's Lane Theatre (Dublin), Jermyn Street Theatre (London), Chapel Off Chapel (Melbourne), Kabarett Junction (Sydney), The Adelaide Festival Centre (Adelaide), CUB Malthouse (Melbourne), Seymour Theatre Centre (Sydney), Capers Cabaret (Melbourne); His Majesty's Theatre (Perth), The Judith Wright Centre (Brisbane), The Butterfly Club (Melbourne), Fowler's Live (Adelaide) and The Powerhouse (Brisbane).
Shows in which he has appeared include Stage By Stage and Among Friends. His solo shows include Enda Markey In Concert, Another Place and Time, By Popular Demand, Tearing Up The Town, Alone Together, and the Australian tour of One Night Stand, also billed as Boys Like One Night Stands and touring Australia with Australian Idols Courtney Act. 
Television appearances include This Life (BBC); Ireland AM (TV3); Denise (Channel 7); Good Morning Australia (Channel 10). He has appeared as a guest on many television and radio programmes around the world.
In April 2011, Markey produced and starred in a new Australian production of Side By Side By Sondheim, appearing alongside Margi de Ferranti, Amelia Cormack and Jessica Rowe  This production toured until November 2012, eventually replacing Cormack with Rachael Beck and then Lucy Maunder; De Ferranti with Geraldine Turner and Markey with Michael Falzon  (retaining his role a producer)
Solo recordings include Another Place and Time and By Popular Demand.
- The Enda Markey Official Website
- "Enda Markey". Who Is Log. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- "Enda Markey In Concert at Jermyn Street Theatre August 19th". Cabaret Hotline. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- "Markey’s Mardi Gras Mark". 20 April 2008. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- "Festival Guide - 2004". Sydney MornignHerald. 6 February 2004. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- "Expat Dubliner to bring Sondheim to Sydney". Irish Echo. 10 April 2011. Retrieved 19 January 2013.
- Side By Side By Sondheim - The Official Website
- John P. Harvey. "Side by Side by Sondheim". Stage WHispers. Retrieved 19 January 2013.