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Gavin has recenty wrapped on The Alienist, the new American crime series for Paramount Television, directed by Jakob Verbruggen and executive produced by Cary Fukunaga.
Earlier this year, he completed shooting on Rebellion Season 2 for RTE directed by Catherine Moorshead, portraying the iconic Michael Collins.
Gavin can be seen this summer in the sci-fi epic Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The film, directed by the visionary french filmmaker Luc Besson, goes on general release in August.
Last year he appeared in the BBC’s primetime drama My Mother and Other Strangers and starred in the History Channel series Barbarians Rising directed by Maurice Sweeney, which aired internationally.
Gavin can next be seen on stage in the Gate Theatre’s production of Tribes by Nina Raine, part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.
Gavin began acting in 2011 when he was cast as Luke in season 2 of RTE’s hit drama Love/Hate. Following that he worked with acclaimed Oscar-nominated Irish director Lenny Abrahamson in the film What Richard Did for Element Pictures. The same year he featured opposite Iain Glenn in Jack Taylor: Priest for Magma films/TV3/RTL.
Gavin has also worked extensively in theatre, in particular with Tony Award winning director Garry Hynes’ Druid Theatre Company. With Druid he toured internationally (including Lincoln Centre Festival, New York) with both DruidShakespeare and DruidMurphy.
Other theatre includes the leading role of Private Gar in Philadelphia, Here I Come! at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, directed by Andrew Flynn. He played the part of Traoloch in Paul Howard’s hit Ross O’Carroll Kelly show Breaking Dad at the Gaiety Theatre for Landmark Productions and Liam Scuab in Sive at the Abbey Theatre, directed by Conall Morrison.
Gavin was nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Des in A Whistle in the Dark.