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Tim trained at the Oxford School of Drama.
Tim will soon appear as Brendan BIK Macfarlane in the upcoming film Maze alongside Tom Vaughan Lawlor & Barry Ward. The film will premier at the Galway Film Festival and is due for general release in the UK & Ireland in September. Tim was a central character in season 2 of An Klondike which was nominated for 10 IFTA awards in 2017. Tim played the one of the leads alongside Seán McGinley & Don Whycherly in the TG4 production Fir Bolg about an Irish Celtic rock band revival.
Tim co-produced and acted in the short film Animal which was nominated for an IFTA award in 2017. A new short film he co-produced and acted in will be seen this summer.
Tim’s Film and TV credits include: leading role in the feature film My Brothers (IFB & Treasure Entertainment, Tribeca Film Festival), Ned Daly in 1916 Seachtar Anaithnid (Abu Media/TG4 ), a leading role on Scup (Stirling Television/BBCNI/TG4), Fr. Columbus Murphy in Voices 16 (BBCNI).
Theatre credits include two pieces of work by Martin Sharry, Looking For Work (Project Arts Centre) & An Impossible Address (Smock Alley Theatre & Áras Éanna). Other work includes: Lovers (Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork), An Triail (O’ Reilly Theatre), Mantle (Granary Theatre), How to Find Us (Soho Theatre) & Othello (North Wall, Oxford).
Tim is currently writing and developing his first solo show. Working with a visual artist and an electronic musician it is a multi-disciplinary performance that explores the GAA for all its good and glory and for its faults and darker side. It will premier in 2017.