He won critical acclaim for his role in the 2008 film Hunger, which was directed by Steve McQueen and written by Enda Walsh. The film premiered in Cannes 2008, where it opened the official sidebar section, Un Certain Regard and went on to win the Golden Camera award (Camera d'or).
Hunger received seven Irish Film & Television Awards [IFTAs]. In 2012, McMahon had a small arc on the drama series Titanic: Blood and Steel, featuring in five episodes of the big-budget series depicting fictional events on board the Titanic.
Film and television
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|2002||Living in Hope||Liam|
McMahon has also starred in various European television commercials.
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