Bronágh Taggart

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Bronágh Taggart
Bronágh Taggart

Years active2004 - present
Spouse(s)Jonathan Harden (2008-present)

Bronágh Taggart is a Northern Irish actress and writer, born in Belfast. She has appeared in BAFTA-winning Occupation, Best: His Mother's Son, and The Fall and has written for BBC Northern Ireland series 6Degrees since it first aired in 2012.[1] In 2013, she wrote a half-hour film, Call it a Night, for broadcast on Channel 4 as part of the late-night Coming Up series.[2]

In 2017, Taggart wrote, produced and starred in, Guard, a female-led boxing film directed by Jonathan Harden.[3] It had its debut at the Oscar-qualifying Galway Film Fleadh in July 2017, and soon after its North American premiere at the Oscar and BAFTA-qualifying Rhode Island International Film Festival.[4][5]

She has been married to actor Jonathan Harden since 2008.


Year Title Role
2014–2016 The Fall Gail McNally
2013 Holby City Jess Chandler
2013 London Irish Aisling
2010 Doctors Glazier
2009 Occupation Kerri
2009 Best: His Mother's Son Ruby Emerson
2004 Pulling Moves Mowgli


Year Title Role
2008 Freakdog Kenneth's mother
2004 Mickybo and Me Fusco's Ice-Cream Waitress


  1. ^ "Q&A with Bronagh Taggart, writer of the BBC NI drama series 6 Degrees"
  2. ^ Time Out Review of Call It a Night
  3. ^ "Guard Short Film full credits". Guard Official Site.
  4. ^ "New Irish Shorts 5". Galway Film Fleadh.
  5. ^ "Guard by Jonathan Harden". Rhode Island International Film Festival.

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