Ross Gaynor

Ross Gaynor



Ross is an actor and a writer from Dublin. He has appeared in Bernard Dunne’s Mythical Heroes for RTE. He has also appeared in Mozart’s Der Schauspieldirektor(Irish National Opera), James Joyce’s A Painful Case at Smock Alley Theatre, Mr.Burns: A Post-Electric Play at Project Arts Centre(Rough Magic) and The Train at The Abbey Theatre(Rough Magic). In 2017, he appeared in his own one-man play I AM A BIRD NOW(Theatre Upstairs) and If We Can Get Through This(So Can You) directed by Graham McLaren at The Abbey Theatre(The 24Hour Plays: In Aid of DYT). He is a graduate of The Lir Academy, where he appeared in: Love and Information, Spring Awakening, The Provoked Wife, The Cradle Will Rock, Buddleia, Once In A Blood Moon, Sharon’s Grave and As You Like It. Other Theatre includes: Cora, Leah and I(Bridgetalk Theatre), Dinner and A Show(Gentle Giant Productions) and Sluts(WeGetHighOnThis Theatre Collective). Film and TV Credits include: The Comedian(Banjoman Films), The Fourth Corner(Banjoman Films), Rebellion(RTE), The Beach(Lir Academy) and What Richard Did(Element Pictures). Ross is also a graduate of University College Dublin, where he was awarded the Ad Astra Scholarship for Drama in 2012. As a writer, Ross has written I AM A BIRD NOW, a one-man play which premiered at Theatre Upstairs, in 2017. Birdy(co-written with Jane Madden) which appeared in the Peacock(at The Abbey Theatre) as part of the 2017 Dublin Fringe Festival. Whichever1UFeed(co-written with James O’Driscoll and Neil Watkins) as part of the 2014 Dublin Fringe Festival and Dinner and A Show(co-written with Neil Watkins) as part of the 2013 Dublin Fringe Festival.


  • 20s-30s, 20s, 30s