JOHN O’DOWD

Height: 5ft 10ins
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Dark Brown/Greying
Playing Age: 38-48

Film & TV

FILM & TV PART PRODUCTION DIRECTOR
Dance Card Films Higgins the Stewart Jimmy’s Hall Ken Loach
Baby Cow/Sky TV Jim Moone Boy 1,2,3 Declan Lowney/Ian Fitzgibbon/Chris O’Dowd
Sky One Father Capturing Santa Peter Cattaneo
VTOS Werewolf Faoladh Ruadhri Brennan
TG4 The Rahily 1916 Dathai Keane
Claddagh Films Larch Channel 31 Dermot Tynan
Hueston Films David Dystopia Keith Harrison
Hueston Films Headmaster Food For Thought Cian Hennigar
Tocar Productions James Fond Farewell Tony Walsh
RTE/UTV Eugene Single-Handed Anthony Byrne
TG4 Michael Healy Maru (series 1&2) John Carlin
TG4 Various Mobs Mheiricea (series 1&2) Dathai Keane
Filmbase Films Beardy Man In Dress Perils Of Internet Dating Simon Eustace
Cluain Mhuire Bruce A Sweet Haunting Eoghan Cleary
Hueston Films Mike Shopping 4am Keith Harrison
Cluain Mhuire Films Paul My Mother My King Francis Halpin

 

 

Theatre

THEATRE PART PLAY DIRECTOR
RTE Concert Orchestra/National Concert Hall Commander Harbison South Pacific Shaun Kerrison
Bewleys Theatre Dublin Red The Head Of Red O’Brien Rae Visser
New York Fringe Festival Haulie For The Birds Helena Uija
Town Hall, Galway Ben The Dumb Waiter Paddy Macaneny
Nuns Island, Galway Rev Chausible The Importance of Being Earnest Caroline Lynch
Samuel Beckett Theatre Hughie Appointment In Limbo Cathal Cleary
Tour Of Mayo Lord Teeling 1798 Liam Heffron
St Nicholas Church, Galway Christopher Columbus Broken Moon At Midnight George Miller
Town Hall, Galway Bonner Factory Girls Cathal Cleary
An Taibhearc, Galway Juror 10 Tinkers Blade Liam Heffron

 

 

Skills

SKILLS: Full Driving Licence for car and motorcycle
Singing
Guitar

 

 

Achievements

ACHIEVEMENTS:        Awarded first draft funding for a feature script by The Irish Film Board
Written a short film which was presented at The Galway Film Fleadh
Collaboration with award winning writer Mark O’Halloran (Adam & Paul, Garage) for various productions.
PPI Award Prodcuer/Director of Mary Motorhead by Mark O’Halloran.