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Eric recently completed a short film alongside Victoria Smurfit titled “The Secret Market” which will premiere at the Cork Film Festival in November.He has also come to the attention of the nation playing the part of the villain Cathal Spillane in Fair City on RTE1.
Better known as a standup comedian, Eric recently turned his attention to acting and has been seen in RTE’s The Importance of Being Whatever, Love/Hate and Amber (directed by Thaddeus O’Sullivan for RTE). Eric has also appeared in the short films No Messages and Breath In.
Eric is currently a regular participant in the Factory Acting Studio run by Maureen Hughes, Lance Daly, Kirsten Sheridan and John Carney. Eric recently appeared on stage in the hit play Singlehood, written and directed by Una McKevitt and Dan Coffey which transferred to Vicar Street in early 2013.
Eric recently won Best Actor at the London Ealing Film Awards for his performance in the short film In the Valley of the Moon.