Fintan McKeown

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Fintan McKeown
Years active1984–present

Fintan McKeown is an Irish actor best known for his guest appearances on Star Trek: Voyager, Merlin, and Game of Thrones, and for his supporting roles in the films Immortal Beloved (1994) and Waking Ned (1998).[1][2][3]

Since beginning his career in 1985, McKeown has appeared in numerous films and television series produced in the United Kingdom.


Year Title Role Notes
1984–1985 The Irish R.M. Tom TV series, episodes "Oweneen the Sprat" and "In the Curranhilty Country"
1986 Eat the Peach Murtagh's Heavy
1989–1991 Screen One Doctor / Anthony Larrabeitti TV series, episodes "The Accountant" and "Alive and Kicking"
1994 Screen Two Brady TV series, episode "O Mary This London"
Immortal Beloved Johann van Beethoven Sr.
1996 Pie in the Sky Ned Kelly TV series, episode "Irish Stew"
Bugs Barry Stokes TV series, episodes "What Goes Up..." and "...Must Come Down"
1997 Supply & Demand DCI Smith TV film
1998 Waking Ned Pat Mulligan
1999 Shergar Det. Inspector Deely
2000 Star Trek: Voyager Michael Sullivan TV series, episodes "Fair Haven" and "Spirit Folk"
Nostradamus Garamond
2001 Mermaid Chronicles Part 1: She Creature Skelly TV film
2002 In Deep Anderson TV series, episode "Blood Loss"
The Agency Den TV series, episode "Elite Meat to Eat
2003 Conspiracy of Silence Monsignor Thomas
2004 Gargoyle: Wings of Darkness Father Nikolai Soren
2005 Nature Unleashed: Earthquake Josh
2009–2012 Merlin King Odin TV series, episodes "The Once and Future Queen" and "Another's Sorrow"
2010 Coming Up The Man TV series, episode "Boy"
GoldenEye 007 Additional voices Video game
2012 Game of Thrones Amory Lorch TV series, episodes "What Is Dead May Never Die", "Garden of Bones", "The Ghost of Harrenhal", and "The Old Gods and the New"
2012–2013 Hollyoaks Seamus Brady Soap opera, 25 episodes
2013 The Bible Ekosh TV miniseries, episode "Homeland"

Personal life / Politics[edit]

Fintan is married with one daughter. He stood in the 2017 UK General Election as a candidate[4] for the Green Party of England and Wales in the constituency of Windsor.


  1. ^ Lewis, Emile K. (April 27, 2012). "Game of Thrones Season 2: Who's Who & New Characters". Retrieved 23 September 2013.
  2. ^ Kilkelly, Daniel (November 28, 2012). "'Hollyoaks': Fintan McKeown cast as Brendan's father". Digital Spy. Retrieved 23 September 2013.
  3. ^ "Fintan McKeown joins 'Game of Thrones'". Irish Film and Television Network. September 14, 2011. Retrieved 23 September 2013.
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