Jack is an actor from Dublin and he recently graduated from the Gaiety School of Acting, where he studied for two years.
Since completing the course he appeared in King Lear in the Shakespeare for Schools programme, for Leaving Cert students. His roles included The Duke of Albany, the Duke of Cornwall, and Oswald.
He recently appeared in The Shaughraun at Smock Alley Theatre. He also played the role of Benvolio in The Mill Theatres production of Romeo and Juliet. Jack appeared in the 2018 Scene and Heard festival in Acronumb in Smock Alley Theatre.
Jack is a member of the theatre company, Bitter Like a Lemon, and has a huge interest in writing, devising and physical theatre. Other theatre credits include: True Pirates Never Die, the graduation play of 2017 written by Lee Coffey and directed by Aoife Spillane-Hinks.
Jack recently finished the Shakespeare for Schools tour of Macbeth with the Gaiety School playing the role of Macduff.
Jack also starred in the latest Walking On Cars music video.
Frontline client Jack Mullarkey is currently featuring in the excellent new Walking On Cars video for their track Monster.
Check it out here.
Three members of the Frontline team will be treading the boards this week in Smock Alley Theatre’s production of Dion Boucicault’s Irish classic The Shaugraun.
Aron Hegarty plays the unscrupulous Kinchella with Juliette Crosbie and Jack Mullarkey playing brother and sister Robert and Claire Ffolliott.
A comic caper with lots of heart and adventure, The Shaughraun runs from 31st July to 1st September in Smock Alley Theatre. You can grab your tickets right here.
Here’s a look at the trailer for the show.
Best of luck to all the Frontline actors who are appearing in shows as part of the new work festival Scene + Heard in Smock Alley Theatre at the moment.
Jack Mullarkey, Aron Hegarty, Shane Whisker, Madi O’Carroll and John Morton are all appearing in shows over the course of the three week run. You can check out the full programme here.