KEVIN MARRON (SKANGAR/KARL/MAUREEN)
Kevin Marron is a native of Co. Monaghan in Ireland. He graduated from The Gaiety School of Acting in 2003 and began performing on stage and screen in Ireland and the UK. Roles include the site-specific piece, One by the Award winning PanPan Theater Company in The Digital Hub, the War Of The Roses Trilogy by Whiplash at the Dublin Corporation Amphitheater. Film credits include Conor McDermottroe's feature film debut Swansong: The Story Of Occi Byrne, and Graham Cantwell's film Anton. In 2009 he moved to Los Angeles, performing in This Is Ireland alongside Pierce Brosnan and Roma Downey at Royce Hall UCLA. Also appearing in the film, No Saints For Sinners with James Cosmo, Keith David and Marty Maguire. LA Theater credits include the U.S. premiere of the play, The Nativity: What The Donkey Saw in the United Irish Cultural Center, San Francisco and Theatre Banshee in LA. The Last Days of Cleopatra will be Kevin's New York theatre stage debut.
MICHAEL MELLAMPHY (JACKEY)
Michael Mellamphy is originally from Cork, he recently won Best Actor Award at the 2013 1st Irish Theater Festival for his one man show,The Cure written by Conal Creedon. Other New York City theatrical credit's include, The Prophet of Monto by John Paul Murphy, directed by Des Kennedy. The show was nominated for the Audience Favorite and Michael was again nominated for the Best Actor Award, other favorite roles include Dirty Money by Anto Nolan, Romeo and Juliet, The Guest, In A Bucket of Blood, After Luke and When I Was God also by Conal Creedon directed by Tim Ruddy for the Irish Repertory Theatre, again Michael was nominated for 1st Irish Best Actor. Other credits with The Irish Repertory Theatre include, The Field, Philadelphia, here I come, The Hairy Ape and The Yeats Project, US TV credit's include The Good Wife for CBS and Bartender Wars for GLN.
KENNETH RYAN (HARRY)
Kenneth Ryan's recent NY theatre credits include Uncle Vanya at the Harold Clurman Lab, directed by Tom Oppenheim, Thomas Kilroy's adaptation and revival of Chekhov's The Seagull at the Culture Project, directed by Max Stafford-Clark. He recently directed and performed in AGAMEMNON REDUX, a modern adaptation from the Aeschylus by Robert Auletta, in the penthouse of the Roger Smith Hotel in NYC. He is also directing and playing the title role in an on-going workshop of Bacon:The Death and Life of a King Called Lear, a modern re-imagining of the Shakespeare, also by Robert Auletta. Movies and Television include: Red Letters, Gunslinger, Big, River-run, Hanky Panky, Seinfeld, X-Files, Becker, Jag, Outer Limits, Serving in Silence, Dead Man's Gun. Kenneth is a founding member of American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, Mass, and Tamanhous Theatre, Vancouver, B.C. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama and was born in Dublin.
Laoisa Sexton ( NATALIE)
Laoisa is currently filming You Are Beautiful, a short film written by writer Garry Duggan (Amber TV series), and featuring Dearbhla Molloy. Recent theater includes FOR LOVE (which she also wrote). Produced Off Broadway at The Irish Repertory Theatre, the play was featured at the UK City of Culture Festival in Derry and toured across Ireland. Long Days Journey into Night at The Guthrie directed by Joe Dowling. The Prophet of Monto at The Flea Theater directed by Des Kennedy, and tour to Dublin. Laoisa won the Best Actress Award for the role, at 1st Irish Theater Festival. Oh the Power by David Bar Katz for LAByrinth Theater Company’s directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman. Cell, by Paula Meehan for Fallen Angel Theater Company. The site-specific smash hit, Ladies & Gents performed in the Public toilets in Central Park, for Irish Arts Centre, directed by Paul Walker. Shining City for Studio Theatre directed by Joy Zinoman, Gaslight at the Irish Repertory Theatre, directed by Charlotte Moore. Dirtyworks, directed by Kevin Kittle for Stiff Upper Lip Theatre for Edinburgh Theatre Festival, Some Voices by Joe Penhall, directed by Kevin Kittle. Irish & UK theatre credits include, The Pitchfork Disney, Abigail’s Party, An Ideal Husband. Independent films include: The Standard Man, The Beatle Fan, Blur. Short films include: The One Time, Right Now Ladies & Gents. Irish TV: Prime time soap opera Fair City. As writer: 3 plays FOR LOVE, The Last Days of Cleopatra and her new play The Pigeon in The Taj Mahal