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Jane will next be seen on screen in Hugh O’Connor’s directorial debut Metal Heart as well as A Good Woman is Hard to Find, both due for release in 2018.
Jane was recently seen in the Academy Award nominated and BAFTA winning feature film Brooklyn, directed by John Crowley for which she received IFTA award for Best Supporting Actress in 2016. Jane will appear in TV3’s The Bailout, later this year. Other recent Film/TV credits include Striking Out (RTE), Paula(Alex Holmes/BBC), NW (Saul Dibb – BBC2), Trial of the Century (Maurice Sweeney – TV3), Intermission (Parallel Films), Love/Hate and Fair City(RTE).
Jane has played leading roles with all of the major Irish theatre companies, recently including By the Bog of Cats (The Abbey). She received an Irish Times Best Actress nomination for her role as Mary in The House and the Irish Times Best Actress Award for her role as Alice in Alicetrilogy, written and directed by Tom Murphy (2007). Other credits include Pygmalion (The Gate – Harvey’s Award Nomination Best Actress) and Not I at the Lincoln Centre, New York, as part of the Gate’s Beckett Festival and Splendour (RAW Productions at the Project – Irish Times Best Actress Nomination).
She has performed many times on radio, most recently reading Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre for RTE ‘S The Book on One.