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Multi award winning Cathy Belton’s screen credits include Philomena directed by Stephen Frears opposite Judi Dench and Steve Coogan, A Little Chaos directed by Alan Rickman opposite Kate Winslet, John Boorman’s The Tiger’s Tail, John Crowley’s Intermission, Paul Mercier’s Before I Sleep. She appeared in the independent features The Other Side of Sleep directed by Rebecca Daly for Fastnet Films, Savage directed by Brendan Muldowney and Little Foxes directed by Mira Fornayova for Samson Films. She appeared in Simon Fitzmaurice’s feature film My Name Is Emily.
Television credits include series regular role of Patricia in Red Rock for TV3 produced by Element Pictures and Company Pictures, Single Handed for ITV /RTE. Proof, Paths to Freedom, Glenroe, and The Clinic all for RTE and Scúp Series 2 an Irish language drama for Stirling Television/TG4/RTE and all 3 series of ROY for Jam Media Ireland and CBBC (UK)/BBC, which was nominated for two BAFTA Childrens Awards for Best Drama and Best Writer. She will soon start shooting on The Woman in White (BBC).
Stage credits at the Abbey Theatre/National Theatre of Ireland include Aristocrats, The Hanging Gardens, The Recruiting Officer, The Crucible, The School For Scandal, The House, The Playboy of the Western World, The Burial at Thebes, The Plough and the Stars, A Whistle in the Dark, Tartuffe, Medea, The Broken Jug, Living Quarters, A Crucial Week in the Life of a Grocer’s Assistant, Silverlands and John Gabriel Borkman
Other theatre work includes Festen, A View from the Bridge, Betrayal (Gate Theatre), Playboy of the Western World(Druid), Skylight (Landmark), Shiver (Rough Magic), Silas Marner, Woman in Arms (Storytellers), Tine Cnamh, An Triall, Scothscealta (Amharclann de hIde), True Lines(Bickerstaffe). Buddleia and Kitchensink (Passion Machine), The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet (Island), Eclipsed (Galway), Solemn Mass For A Full Moon In Summer (Rough Magic Theatre) Only An Apple (Peacock Theatre),Strandline (Project Arts Centre), Tis a Pity She’s A Whore (Project), A Woman of No Importance, (Gate), Wonderful Tennessee (Sheffield Theatre) and the world premiere of Frank McGuinness’s one-woman play The Match Box, at the Galway Arts Festival. She appeared in Druid Theatre Company’s production of Helen and I.
Radio includes The Power of Darkness, Departures, The Plough and the Stars, The Beebox, Performances and Juno and the Paycock for BBC and RTE.