Barry Ward (actor)

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Barry Ward
OccupationActor
Years active1994–present

Barry Ward is an Irish actor.

Early life[edit]

Barry Ward was born and brought up in Blanchardstown, a northwestern suburb of Dublin. He went to school at St. Declan's College in Cabra.

Career[edit]

He is an actor noted for his performances on stage and screen, most recently as the leading man in the Ken Loach historical drama Jimmy's Hall and his lead role in Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull's critically acclaimed Blood Cells.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role
1994 Family John Paul
1997 Plot Lands Fionn
1998 Soft Sand Blue Sea Trevor
1998 Lip Service Darren
1999 Sunburn Robert Fisk
1999 Dilemmas
2000 The Claim Dillon
2001 Watchmen Ray
2005 Shakespeare-Told Roddy
2007 Silent Witness Ashley
2008 The Bill Jez
2008 City of Vice Patrick
2008 Danger High Voltage Mick
2009 Psych Ward Jimmy
2010 The Tenement Ghost The Groom
2011 The Opening Mick
2012 Songs for Amy Rory Jarvis
2013 Coming Up Slick Rick
2014 Jimmy's Hall James Gralton
2014 Blood Cells Adam
2014 Bypass New Supplier
2014 The Survivalist The Forager
2015 Pursuit Diarmuid
2016 Rebellion (miniseries) Arthur Mahon
2016 The Fall Patrick Spencer
2017 Realive Dr. West
2017 Maze Gordon
2017 The End of the F***ing World Leslie

In 2014 he appeared in the music video for Ultan Conlons "The Golden Sands".[2]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

2018. Save Me (Sky TV) 6 part TV series - Played part Barry McGory