Niall is currently training at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and will graduate in July 2017. He has appeared, in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Our Country’s Good, directed by Gemma Fairlie at the Redgrave Theatre in Bristol and he is currently appearing in Our Town by Thornton Wilder, directed by Paul Clarkson.
Niall appeared, in his Abbey Theatre debut, in Marina Carr’s By The Bog of Cats directed by Selina Cartmell on the Abbey mainstage opposite Susan Lynch.
Niall’s recent TV and Film credits include appearing as the lead role of Danny Burns in all three seasons of 6 Degrees (Stirling Films for BBCNI and BBC Networks), appearing as the a series regular (Gabe) in three seasons of Dani’s Castle (CBBC).
Other Film and TV credit include: Mickey Bradley in the hit feature Good Vibrations (starring Richard Dormer), the IFTA winning feature film Mickybo and Me (dir by Terry Loane). the lead role in the short James (2008) (winner of 22 international awards) (selected for the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival), Brian Kirk’s IFTA winning Middletown (2006), short film Solider (2005) and L.O.L(2009), a BBC NI sketch show.
Theatre credits include: Prime Cut Theatre’s production of Macbeth (Lyric Theatre)playing the role of Fleance.
Niall Wright, born in Beal Feirste, Ireland, graduated from University College Dublin in 2014. Niall has completed LAMDA Examinations achieving a grade eight/Gold Medal in 2010. He has attended the Gwyneth Murdock School of Drama from the age of four in Belfast.