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Jody works as an actor and writer. A former member of Activate Youth Theatre, she completed the Bachelor in Acting Studies, Trinity College in 2003.
In 2015, Jody appeared as Geraldine Kennedy in Charlie, a three part mini-series produced by Touchpaper Films/Element Pictures/RTE. Other television work includes Damo and Ivor, Fair City and The Clinic. She recently worked with award-winning director, Mark Noonan, on his short film, They Shoot People (currently in post-production).
Radio work includes P.S. I Love You, Lullaby and Haunted Women for BBC Northern Ireland.
Recent theatre work includes Rough Magic’s productions of Digging for Fire by Declan Hughes, directed by Matt Torney, Travesties by Tom Stoppard, directed by Lynne Parker and Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite; and TEAM Educational Theatre Company’s bilingual production of Focal Point by Manchán Magan, directed by Mikel Murfi.
Jody has worked with many other Irish theatre companies including: Graffiti Theatre Company, Barnstorm, Aisling Ghéar, Theatre Makers and Articulate Anatomy. She also produces her own work.
As well as playwriting, Jody is a script and story writer for RTE’s Fair City.