Theatre credits include ‘The Hellfire Squad’ & ‘This Lime Tree Bower’ (The Project Arts Centre) ‘Advocacy’ (Best Ensemble Fringe ’14), ‘Fishes’ (Stuart Parker Bursary ’14), Mavericks (Theatre Upstairs/ Bewleys Theatre), ’24 hour plays’ (Abbey Theatre) and ‘Seven Jewish Children’ (Abbey Theatre).
David made his screen debut in Nick Hamms ‘Killing Bono’. He has since featured in ‘Game of Thrones’ (HBO), ‘Half Shade’ (UNA Films) ‘What Richard Did’ (Element Pictures) and ‘Sanctuary’ (Venom Productions).
David wrote and performed in the stage play ‘Fishes’ which was awarded the Stuart Parker Bursary in 2014. Fishes was recently made into a short film ‘The Caller’ which premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh and has since been aired on RTE.
David graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting Full Time Acting Course in June 2009.
|Game of Thrones||Young Baratheon||HBO
|Half Shade||Matthew||UNA Films
|What Richard Did||Jack||Element Pictures
|Killing Bono||Frankie||Paramount Pictures
|Ceart agus Coir-The James Myles Story||James Myles||TG4/Midas Productions
|Lo||Dan||The Gaiety School of Acting
|The Hellfire Squad||Tadhg McRoth||Project Arts Centre / Watergate Theatre
|This Lime Tree Bower||Joe||Project Arts Centre
|Mavericks||Ben||Theatre Upstairs / Bewleys Theatre
|Advocacy Best Ensemble Fringe '14||David||Project Arts Centre
Shaun Dunne / Talking Shop Ensemble
|Fishes - Stuart Parker Bursary '14||Larry||Smock Alley / Bewleys Theatre
|Occasional Shifty Frames||Bea||Project Arts Centre
|The Hunt For Red Willie||Fardy/LeBlanc||Smock Alley Theatre
|The Hunter Returns||Henry||Smock Alley
|Ann and Barry||Marco||Talking Shop Ensemble
|The Cat and The Moon||The Lame Beggar||Dublin Lyric Players
|The Fire Room||Kareem||The Project Arts Centre
|Miss Julie||Drunkard||The Project Arts Centre
|Dublin City Counselling||Garda Tom||The New Theatre
|The Cripple of Inishmaan||Cripple Billy||The Project Arts Centre
|Red Line Deadline||Anto||Whiplash
|Derailed||Alan||I Radio Dir: Fred O'Connor|
|The Silver Branch||Fionn Mac Cumhaill||Alive-O Productions Dir: Maisie Lee|
|Morphine Morgan||Danny||Crazydog Audio Theatre (CAT) Dir: Roger Gregg|
|And The Angels Shall Rejoice||Hank||Crazydog Audio Theatre (CAT) Dir:Roger Gregg|
|The Gaiety School of Acting||Dublin||2 Year Full-time Acting Course|
|Dublin Youth Theatre||Dublin||Former Member|
Horse Riding, Accents, Stage Combat – IDCA Certified, Mime, Contemporary Dance, Basic Tap, Singing, Guitarist, Boxing, Rock Climbing.
Played for Dublin’s under 18 basketball team and won the All Ireland Championship.
Holds a full clean driver’s licence.
We’re keepin it in the family with this next project 🙂 Castaway members and ex-Gaiety graduates David Fennelly and Tiernan Kearns are appearing in the Gaiety School of Acting’s production of Shakespeare’s King Lear for schools. Directed by fellow Castaway member Martin Maguire, they kicked off the tour in Athlone last night to a great […]
Both Margaret Mc Auliffe and David Fennelly will be performing in a Joyce-themed event this Bloomsday 16th June, they will be doing some readings from Joyce’s emigration-themed work for EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum at CHQ (Custom House Quarter). There is a reading at 11am and there will be another at 3pm, performing a few extracts from Dubliners, […]
Following from the hugely successful run in the Project and subsequent tour, Eoin Kilkenny’s production of This Lime Tree Bower is back! The show opens in the Viking Theatre, Clontarf this evening and features Castaway member David Fennelly. Tickets available by texting the number on the webpage attached and then paying on the door. Best of […]