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Gertrude was most recently seen on screen opposite Tom Vaughan-Lawlor in Citizen Lane, in cinemas now.
Biography – At the Abbey and Peacock theatres, Gertrude has appeared in Treehouses by Liz Kuti, Blackwater Angel by Jim Nolan, The Melonfarmer by Alex Johnston, Double Helix in association with Bickerstaffe Theatre company at the Peacock and as Amelia in The House Of Bernada Alba by Lorca, directed by Martin Drury for the Abbey. Other theatre work includes The Beloved by Ken Bourke, Project, Derek Mahon’s Phaedra at the Gate Theatre, Edward Albee’s 3 Tall Women, Andrew’s Lane Studio, Mary Elizabeth Burke Kennedy’s adaptation of Hard Times with Storytellers Theatre Company, Carshow 2000 Meeting House Square for Corn Exchange, Couch, Bewleys Theatre and Still for Fishamble Theatre company at Meeting House Square. Film and television includes @Last TV, Lovers Leap (RTE), Sweeney Todd, Any Time Now (BBCNI) and Best. Radio includes six episodes of Roadshow (RTE) and Gertrude’s Afternoon Service on Jazz (89.8)FM. Gertrude is perhaps best know from her appearances as Aine the first five consecutive series of The Clinic the popular TV drama series produced by Parallel Films for RTE1. Gertrude appeared in Neil Jordan’s feature film Ondine produced by Octagon Films.
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See Gertrude below from the Smoke and Mirrors 48 Hour Film Competition for Autumn 2011 in ‘LOST’.