Dublin Theatre Festival


Tom Murphy

Tom Murphy's theatre work includes: Shining City at the Royal Court Theatre, London and The Gate Theatre; Henry IV part 1 at the Peacock Theatre; Car Show 3: Charlotte's Web for Corn Exchange Theatre Company, The Lonesome West and The Beauty Queen of Leenane both for Druid Theatre Company. Blasted at the Royal Court Theatre, London; A Life at the Abbey Theatre; Troilus and Cressida with the Oxford Stage Company, Handbag with Actors Touring Company, Sour Grapes at the Peacock Theatre; True Lines at the Bush Theatre, London; Borstal Boy and Juno and the Paycock both at the Gaiety Theatre; Snow with Bickerstaffe Theatre, Streets of Dublin and The Hostage both at the Tivoli Theatre; 44 Sycamore for Red Kettle Theatre Company and Upstarts at the Riverbank Theatre. 

His television and film work includes: 48 Angels (Marian Comber); In Like Flynn (Niall Heary); Taggart (ITV); Man About Dog (Paddy Breathnach); Adam & Paul (Lenny Abrahamson); Intermission (Parallel Films); East of Harlem (Jim Sheridan); Bendict Arnold (Mikhail Soloman); Mystics; The Abduction Club (Stefan Schwartz); Boxed (Fireproof Films); The General (John Boorman); Michael Collins (Neil Jordan); The Bill (ITV); Fair City (RTE).

Tom received the Best Actor award at the Irish Film and Television Awards 2005 for his role in Pure Mule, RTÉ. In 1998 Tom received a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role for his role in the Broadway production of Druid Theatre Company's The Beauty Queen of Leenane.

Tom Murphy



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