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Moe graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting Full Time Acting Course in June 2009.
Moe recently finished filming the recurring role of Aethelwulf on season 2 of Vikings for History Channel/MGM which is due for transmission in 2014. Moe is currently shooting indie feature film Traders for Coco Television directed by Peter Murphy and Rachel Moriarty.
Moe appears in RAW Series 5 in the recurring role Niall for Octagon/RTE.
Moe appeared in the recurring role of Christian in An Crisis Eile directed by Charlie McCarthy for Wildfire Films/TG4. Moe appeared as Richard Leland in two episodes of Season 4 of The Tudors for Showtime/BBC and also appeared in season two of Game of Thrones (HBO).
Moe most recently played John Hinckley in Assassins, a Rough Magic Seeds production directed by Ronan Phelan and went on to appear as Dmitri in The Brothers Karamazov directed by Nicholas Johnson at the Samuel Becket Theatre in January 2014.
He appeared in Squat directed by Oonagh Murphy at the Cork Midsummer Festival and as Brutus in TEXT|Messages at the Kinsale Arts Festival and as Tybalt in Corcadorca’s production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Pat Kiernan at the Cork Opera House.
He has appeared as Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Summer Fest in Bray and as Bob in Four Last Things for the Dublin Fringe Festival 2009 at Smock Alley Theatre directed by Garett Keogh which was nominated for a number of awards at the Best of the Fringe Awards, 2009.
Moe appeared as Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night in Dublin and Bray Summer Fest and as Catesby in Richard III directed by Valerie O’Connor in the chapel at Dublin Castle.
Moe played various parts in Durang Durang for Brazen Tales Theatre Company and appeared in You Can’t Just Leave There’s Always Something by Spilt Gin Theatre Company(nominated for a number of awards at the Best of the Fringe Awards, 2011).
Moe played the part of The Drummer in Purple directed by Edwina Casey in Project Arts Centre and as Macbeth in TEXT|Messages 2013 in Project Arts Centre. Other theatre credits include: ‘Purple’, ‘The Muse Unbidden’ by Roger Gregg and ‘The Last Tirade’ by Paul Marron.