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|Years active||2004 - 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. 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.
In 2017, Taggart wrote, produced and starred in, Guard, a female-led boxing film directed by Jonathan Harden. 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.
She has been married to actor Jonathan Harden since 2008.
|2014–2016||The Fall||Gail McNally|
|2013||Holby City||Jess Chandler|
|2009||Best: His Mother's Son||Ruby Emerson|
|2004||Mickybo and Me||Fusco's Ice-Cream Waitress|
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