Owen Roe*

Deep, authoritative, versatile. Dublin.

Owen Roe*

Deep, authoritative, versatile. Dublin.

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* HAS HOME RECORDING FACILITIES

Owen is a native of Dublin, and in 2019 received a Special Tribute Award from the Irish Times for his contributions to Irish theatre.

He is best known for his work at the Abbey Theatre, including the role of KING LEAR (Nominated Best Actor - Irish Times Theatre Awards) and the Irishman in Tom Murphy's THE GIGLI CONCERT, and at the Gate Theatre in roles such as Frank Hardy in Brian Friel's FAITH HEALER, Hamm in Beckett's ENDGAME, CATASTROPHE (Awarded Irish Times Best Actor), THE FATHER (Nominated Best Actor - Irish Times Theatre Awards), Shelley Levine in GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (Nominated Best Actor - Irish Times Theatre Awards), Helge in FESTON (Awarded Irish Times Best Actor), and most recently Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL and Claudius in HAMLET (Awarded Best Supporting Actor for his performance in this production, which also toured to New York in 2020).

He has also worked on many feature films including MICHAEL COLLINS, BREAKFAST ON PLUTO and INTERMISSION, as well as numerous television programmes such as BALLYKISSANGEL, PENNY DREADFUL, and as Count Odo in VIKINGS.

Owen has recorded numerous plays for RTE and the BBC, and was one third of the infamous SCRAP SATURDAY trio.

 

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  • 40s-50s, 50s, 50s-60s

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