Charleigh made her feature film debut in 'A Date for Mad Mary'. Her TV credits include 'Genius', 'Fair City' and 'Cumann na mBan'. Her most recent short film work includes 'Brenda', 'Getting There', 'Life and Spacer' which she also co-produced. Charleigh’s theatre credits include 'Angels in the Park' and 'Angels in the Park II'.
Simone Kirby’s recent credits include 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' alongside Johnny Depp, Ken Loach's 'Jimmy's Hall', and 'Peaky Blinders'. Upcoming projects include 'Resistance,' sequel RTÉ series 'Rebellion' and Morrissey biopic 'Steven'. Other credits include RTÉs 'The Flag', 'Pure Mule', 'Clean Break', and 'The Truth Commissioner'.
Susan first caught the attention of international audiences as a mythical half-seal, half-human Selkie in John Sayles' widely acclaimed 'The Secret of Roan Inish'. In 1998, she starred in the Irish comedy 'Waking Ned Devine'. More recent film credits include appearances in 'Away' (David Blair), 'Bad Day for the Cut' (Chris Baugh) and 'Secret Scripture' (Jim Sheridan), among others. In theatre, she played lead character Hester Swain in the acclaimed 2015 Abbey Theatre production of Marina Carra's 'By the Bog of Cats'.
Hilary Rose is a classically trained Irish actress who studied at The Gaiety School of Acting and the Irish Film Academy. In addition to Peter Foott's 'The Young Offenders', she has also appeared in 'Beat Girl' (Mairtín de Barra) and ‘Sacrifice’ (Peter A. Dowling). She is best known for her comedy roles on TV. She created, stars in, and co-wrote the 'Handy Sandie' series for RTÉ's flagship comedy TV show 'Republic of Telly'. She is also the lead actress in RTE's longest running hidden camera show 'The Fear'. Other minor appearances include those in 'Vikings', 'The Tudors' and 'Fair City'.
Fiona Shaw is an acclaimed stage actress whose work also features major roles in film and television. She is best known in film for her recurring role as Petunia Dursley in the 'Harry Potter' film franchise, with other roles in such titles as 'My Left Foot' (Jim Sheridan) 'The Butcher Boy' (Neil Jordan), 'The Black Dahlia' (Brian de Palma), 'Dorian Gray' (Oliver Parker) and 'The Tree of Life' (Terrence Malick).