|When Brendan Met Trudy||2001||Actor||Brendan||20017|
|I Went Down||1998||Actor||Git Hynes||19987|
|Captain Jack||1998||Actor||Andrew 'Andy' Watts||19987|
|The Bachelor Weekend||2012||Actor||The Machine||20127|
|The Damned United||2009||Actor||Johnny Giles||20097|
|MI-5||2003 2002 - 2003||Actor||Tim Prachett||20037|
|The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2012||2012||Director||("Pentecost")||4|
|The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2012||2012||Producer||("Pentecost")||3|
|Cast as a movie-loving teacher who finds an unlikely romance in "When Brendan Met Trudy"; screened as part of The Shooting Gallery film series|
|Played an Australian who joins Bob Hoskins on a voyage to the Arctic in "Captain Jack"|
|Co-starred with Gleeson and Brian Cox in McPherson's feature directorial debut "Salt Water" adapted from the play "This Lime Tree Bower"|
|Acted in a BBC Radio 4 version of Conor McPherson's "This Lime Tree Bower"|
|Played Stanislas Joyce in the biopic "Nora"|
|Began performing as an undergraduate at University College, Dublin|
|Breakthrough screen role as the lead in "I Went Down", scripted by McPherson and co-starring Brendan Gleeson|
|Film acting debut in "Have You Ever Heard of Jimi Hendrix"|
|Appeared opposite Catherine McCormack in Neil Jordan's one-act "White Horses"|
|Joined Fly By Night Theater Company; first met Conor McPherson|
|Acted on the London stage in Sam Shepard's "A Lie of the Mind"|
|Had supporting role alongside Hoskins in Atom Egoyan's "Felicia's Journey"|
|Brenda Costigan||Mother||writes a cooking column for an Irish newspaper|
|"I'm well aware that I've achieved a certain amount of fame at home, and that's one of the prices you pay to have clout as an actor. The more people see your work, the more people will want to see it again. But if you're going around acting like you're some new big thing, it will come back to you. Plus, I haven't felt any serious sense of fame at all. People don't bother you much in Dublin." --Peter McDonald quoted in THE BOSTON GLOBE, June 28, 1998|
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