Marty Maguire

Belfast actor Marty Maguire has split careers between Ireland and 20 years in Los Angeles. His performance in Marie Jones’ A Night in November earned him a Best Actor award at the 2002 Edinburgh Festival followed by the Los Angeles Drama Critics Best Actor in 2004. Lyric Theatre credits include: Weddins, Weeins & Wakes, Mixed Marriage; Dockers; Da; Wuthering Heights and the Irish premiere of Orphans. Recent theatre credits include: From the Shipyard to the Somme (Partisan Productions); The Sweety Bottle (Irish Tour); The Field (The Bull McCabe at the Irish Rep N.Y.); Shoot The Crow (Socrates, Irish Tour); the world premiere of Marie Jones’ Rockdoves (Irish Arts Centre N.Y.); The Chronicles of Long Kesh (Best Ensemble Winner 2009 Edinburgh Festival); Dancing Shoes; The George Best Story (Opera House and UK tour) and Stormont; The Odd Couple (Theatre at the Mill); The Blind Fiddler (Opera House, Edinburgh); On Eagle’s Wing (Odyssey, Belfast); Sleeping Beauty ; Aladdin (Armagh); Meeting At Menin Gate (The MAC) and Noye’s Fludde (NI Opera).

TV & Film credits include: Pulling Moves; The Grasscutter; St Patrick’s Day; Orphan; Wild Card; Fragments and recent Irish thriller, No Saints For Sinners.

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DECADENT Appearances

The Weir poster of Decadent's production of Conor McPherson's play