Amy O’ Dwyer

Amy graduated with a distinction from the London School of Musical Theatre and studied a BA in Drama and Theatre at Trinity College Dublin.

She recently finished playing Jackie Kennedy in ‘Jackie’ by Stewart Parker winner Gerard Humphreys. The show successfully ran at the Yeats Memorial, Stephen’s Green, Dublin in October.

Some  Stage credits include:

Jackie (The Yeats Memorial), The Moving Bridge (Fightback Festival), A Little Heart (Smock Alley), 24 Hour Plays (Abbey Theatre), Ledwidge (New Theatre, National Tour), Lockdown (New Theatre, National tour), Madame Markievicz on Trial (New Theatre, National tour), Peter Pan (Gaiety Theatre), Boys (Cork Arts Theatre), The Last Five Years (Project Arts Centre), If I Were You (Cork Arts Theatre), Immaculate (White Bear Theatre, London), KatieMag (The Everyman Palace/Smock Alley), Who Will Carry The Word (Brockley Jack Theatre, London) Our Town (Camden People’s Theatre, London), Playground Night (Theatre 503, London)

For TV/Film credits include:

Wasteland (Mick Flannery Music Video), as Hannah Mark in Fair City (RTE), Unwelcome Sentiment (Filmbase), Making Dads Army (BBC).

As a Voice Over artist Amy has provided her warm tones for HSE campaigns, online tutorials, podcasts and various commercials. When not acting, she works as a producer with The Podcast Studios and The Headstuff Podcast Network, and has worked in radio as a news reader and presenter.

You can find more at: http://www.amy-odwyer.com

Watch a clip of Amy as Hannah Mark here: RTE’S Fair City October 2017

Reviews

Lockdown – The New Theatre

“O’Farrell is played by Amy O’Dwyer, and having seen her in a number of plays, she has an ability to sink into the role, becoming it in a way that makes her look different, even physically different. Here she holds herself well in the first few seconds. No one could be convinced otherwise that this is not a soldier, a Captain.”

Madame de Markievicz on Trial – The New Theatre

Amy O’Dwyer in particular should be commended for creating two extremely different characters despite the restrictive setting of the witness box which prevents huge physicality.

The Last Five Years – Project Arts Centre

The energy is consistent and O’ Dwyer’s vocal control is especially impressive.

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