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Padraic graduated with a BA in Theatre Studies from TCD in 2001. His theatre appearances since then include Hamlet in Hamlet at the Cork Opera House, The Yalta Game at the Gate Theatre, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Civic Theatre, The Hollow in the Sand for Blue Raincoat Theatre, This Lime Tree Bower for The Machine and Doubt directed by Nicholas Kent for the Tricycle Theatre.
Padraic appeared in the leading role of Teddy in Ken Loach’s The Wind That Shakes the Barley opposite Cillian Murphy which won the Palm D’Or at Cannes 2006. Padraic also appeared in the leading role of Fridge in Legend a TV mini-series by Ken Harmon for Igloo FIlms/RTE and went on to play the role of series regular George Boyeln in The Tudors for Showtime/Working Title/BBC. Padraic was nominated as The Ireland Shooting Star at Berlin International Film Festival 2007 and for an Irish Film and Television Award for his role as Teddy in The Wind That Shakes The Barley.
Padraic’s other screen appearances include Pure Mule (Accomplice/RTE), The Cover (TG4) The Clinic (Parallel/RTE), RAW (RTE/Octagon) and Single Handed (Touchpaper/ITV). He played the part of Shamie in Mark O’Rowe’s feature Perrier’s Bounty directed by Ian Fitzgibbon for Parallel Films and Andy in When Harvey Met Bob for Element/BBC. Most recently he appeared in the role of Kilroy in What Richard Did, directed by Lenny Abrahamson for Element Pictures, as the young Sundance in Blackthorn, directed by Matteo Gil and starring Sam Shepard and in the leading role of Lucas in Dark Touch, directed by Marina de Van for Element Pictures/Filmgate.
On stage, Padraic most recently appeared in Michael Grandage Company’s The Cripple of Innismaan and A Midsummer Nights Dream in the West End.