Eilís is a Laois-born actress, based in Dublin. Having been involved in youth theatre from a young age she went on to train at the Gaiety School of Acting, 2 Year Full Time Professional Actor Training, graduating in 2014 and recently completed Bow Street's 6 month part-time Screen Acting course.
Other training includes Theatre Lovett's Playing for Your Audience.
Theatre credits include Tales From The Woods (Theatre Upstairs), Bastet (Smock Alley), Out of Print (Theatre Upstairs) and Dirty Laundry (Smock Alley). Short film credits include Peer Pressure (Welcome Home Pictures, Viko Nikci) and Do It Now (Viko Nikci). She played a supporting role in feature film, Dan Casey (Little Lake Entertainment).
Eilís is a fluent Irish speaker with a BA in Irish from Maynooth University. Irish language theatre credits include Fáilte Go Gaeilgeland, which played a number of festivals last year and will return for a short Gaeltacht-based tour later this year, and Smidiríní (Mumbro Top).
She is a content contributer to BBC Gaeilge's #faduda vlog.
Eilís is a traditional fiddle player. She has IDCA certification in Unarmed Combat and Rapier and Dagger Combat. She also trains in aerial hoop at an intermediate level
Cathy is a screen, stage and voice actor based, and native to, Dublin, Ireland.
She holds a Bachelor in Arts (B.A.) in Drama & Theatre Studies (Single Honor), 2.1, Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin.
She also trained at the Gaiety School of Acting and is currently a member of their Performance Theatre Company 2017-8. Recent credits include roles in upcoming short and feature films as well as a number of radio ads.
She has recently completed work on both DRAMA, a mockumentary-style pilot for television and Shakespeare’s KING JOHN, which was staged in Dublin in July 2018.
Elise has been working in the professional field as a full-time performer and has been represented in Ireland & the UK. As a highly acclaimed actor, dancer and singer, Elise is currently in pre-production with Maccala Teo TG4’s Arracht and plays ‘Katy’.
Educated in Drama & English with a BA Honours Degree in the University of Dublin (UCD) and attended the Abbey School of Acting under the direction of Kathleen Warner Yeates. Elise is not one-sided - she became founder and managing partner of The Performance Lounge - one of Ireland’s leading entertainment agencies.
Recently has featured credits in TG4's Grace Harte, RTÉ’s Republic of Telly, BBC’s Ripper Street & RTÉ's Fair City. Commercial Credits feature Elise in the Centra Live Well TVC, FIFA World CUP Pringles TVC and Wella Hair TVC.
Elise loves accents and keeps fit with commercial & stiletto heel classes. A fun fact about Elise is that she was once part of an all female 5 piece jazz band!
Mairead is a Tyrone-born actress, based in Dublin. She recently graduated from Bow Street’s Acting for Screen course. Having been involved in youth theatre from a young age, she completed her Grade 8 Speech and Drama with Distinction and performed extensively throughout Northern Ireland.
Theatre credits include Joe in Little Woman, Cordelia in King Lear, Maureen in The Beauty Queen of Leenane, Sandra in Joyriders and Minnie Fay in Hello Dolly.
Mairead is an experienced classical singer and piano player. (both Grade 8 level with distinction).
Jeannelore Aglossi is a French actress who studied acting under Bérangère Basty at the Art'aire Studio and Scott Williams at The International Institute of Performing Arts.
She began her career in Marie Aw’s feature film, “Tu n’avais jamais vu la mer” as well as short films, including Erwan Alépée's "Factice" and Pierre Folliot's "Big Brother" which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Frame Film Festival (Spain).
She has also been the face of numerous ads and commercials for brands such as The Nicolas Hulot Foundation, Lancôme, La Redoute and Crédit Foncier.
Kaylisha is an American-born actress of film, TV, and Stage. She trained at Bow-street and has done several intensive workshops with renowned Casting directors across Ireland and abroad.
Her first role was in a musical called "MADE IN THE USA" and although she began as a stage actor, she truly found her passion for screen acting. Her most recent credit includes an Irish film titled "ROSE PLAY JULIE" directed by J. Lawlor.
As well as a passion for acting, Kaylisha has an extensive background in dance since the age of 5. She is currently based in Dublin.
Alexandra is a Greek-born actress who discovered her passion for acting at a very young age. Although she studied Civil Engineering, throughout her studies she was a member of several theatre groups and performed in numerous theatre productions.
In 2016, Alexandra relocated to Dublin to pursue acting full time. She graduated from the Full-Time Programme at Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting in May 2018 and she continues training in movement, improvisation and Fitzmaurice Voicework.
Soon after her graduation, she got a part in the new RTE crime drama “Taken Down”, directed by David Caffrey. With a desire to act on both screen and stage, Alexandra has performed in Smock Alley Theatre in ''An experiment with an air pump'' and ''Spectrum Session'' (Scene+Heard 2017), both productions of No Drama theatre.
Besides acting, Alexandra writes her own material for film and stage. She enjoys dancing, especially Tango Argentino and Burlesque and she is currently training in the martial art of Aikido.
Sophia is a Belfast/Dublin based actor trained at Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting and the Drama Studio at the Lyric Theatre.
Her most notable TV credit is ‘MERCY’ in the ‘AMC’ drama ‘INTO THE BADLANDS’. She also starred as the lead character ‘CIARA’ in the acclaimed short film ‘MONKEYS IN THE GARDEN’. The short film was shown in nine film festivals across the world including the Galway Film Festival and the Chicago Irish Film Festival. Sophia was nominated for best actress for her role at the Northern Ireland Short Film Awards.
Sophia loves the art of storytelling. She began her filmmaking journey with her degree in fashion, producing fashion films. Since her fashion film days, she has written and produced her own short film ‘I HAVE CLARENCE’ which tackles mental health issues. The short film was also nominated at the Northern Ireland Short Film Awards for best drama.
Esther is originally from Co.Clare and is a graduate from the Gaiety School of Acting’s 1 year ‘Advanced performance’ course.
She most recently played the role of Gemma for a CBS Docu-series Called ‘Uncovering Intimate Partner Abuse’ which aired Internationally on the CBS network in March 2018. Esther landed a speaking role in the current EIR Sports Commercial running on Irish TV networks and she was also awarded a role in the ‘Inchydoney Hotel and Spa’ Commercial which was heavily featured on the popular Late Late Show.
Securing lead roles in many Irish Independent Feature Films such as ‘Don’t Listen’ (accepted into Galway Fringe Festival and Underground Film Festival) and ‘Crone Wood’ (screened at various International Film Festivals), Esther was also awarded the lead in Irish Short Film ‘Aoibhinn and the Bear’ which was accepted into the prestigious Galway Film Fleadh and Underground Film Festival. She loves comedy and comedy writing. She recently starred as the lead in titled Mockumentary ‘Carmella’ which gained online popularity on YouTube.
Aswel as Film and TV, Esther has also secured lead roles in various music videos such as Hurricane Highway’s ‘If This is Goodbye’ and August Walk’s ‘One for the Road’ (both songs listed on Grammy ballot for the best music video).
Esther also enjoys writing screenplays and co-wrote ‘Don’t Listen’ with Revelation Films after landing the role. Esther was also Miss Clare 2011 and competed in Miss Ireland where she won the TV3’s viewers popularity vote. Esther was also mentioned in RSVP article as ‘One to watch’ by Mike O’Loughlin.
Elaine is a screen and stage actress, a native of Dublin. She has been working on a feature and short films including Michael Inside, the award-winning film written and directed by Frank Berry. Elaine also appears in a number of commercials, including the new RAS campaign.
Once a month she can be seen performing on stage in let's Make A Scene, at Momentum
Acting Studio, where she presents a number of different scenes. She has trained with several facilitators over the years, most recently completed the two-year training programme (Meisner Technique) with Momentum Acting Studio in Dublin. She still uses the space to develop her own work between projects.
Elaine is currently working on The Great War, a stage play by Neil LaBute which will run in
Amy is a London born, Kildare raised actor. Having started with the Gaiety School of Acting’s performance year, she has since trained with some of Ireland’s most well regarded acting coaches, including, Mikel Murfi, Graham Cantwell, Helena Walsh, Theatre Lovett and Terry McMahon. Amy’s credits include multiple short film and theatre roles.
As well as being a professional Actor, Amy is a budding writer, director and producer. After co-directing and starring in a one-minute film she wrote, that screened at the one minute film festival at the 30th Galway Film Fleadh, she has gone on to write, direct, produce and star in her debut short film entitled, ‘HER’, which recently finished post-production and will shortly be entering the festival circuit.