Hailing from Navan, Domhnall is a graduate of the Bachelor in Acting Studies Programme, Trinity College Dublin, later completing a Master’s in Screenwriting at Dún Laoghaire IADT. He now works as a journalist, author and actor.

In 2016, Tirgearr Publishing released Domhnall’s first novel, Sister Agatha: The World’s Oldest Serial Killer (‘We loved it’ – Woman’s Way). Pink Spear, an American, Emmy-winning production company, holds the TV and film rights.

Mercier Press, Ireland’s oldest publishing house, released Domhnall’s second and third novels, Colin and the Concubine (“Hilarious” – and Crazy for You (‘Genuinely hilarious, charmingly intelligent’ – The Irish Times).

For four years, Domhnall enjoyed the responsibility of being Assistant Editor at Irish Tatler Man – a title that won Consumer Magazine of the Year. Thanks to this role, he interviewed high-profile names such as Tommy Hilfiger, Kevin Spacey and Chris Pine.

The Irish Times, The Irish Independent and The Irish Examiner, amongst others, have published Domhnall’s work. He writes a monthly column for Woman’s Way and is a features writer for Ireland of the Welcomes, the world’s largest Irish-interest magazine.

Domhnall has developed screenwriting projects with production companies such as Blinder, The Comedy Unit, Screentime Shinawil, Tyrone and Firebrand. He co-wrote the IFB-funded short, A Clown’s Requiem, which premièred at the Galway Film Fleadh.

As an actor, Domhnall appeared as Pádraig in TG4’s award-winning series Ros na Rún for nine seasons. He made his presenting début alongside Jennifer Zamparelli, filming a pilot for a game show.