Liam has trained with John Breen, D.I.T Rathmines Dublin and University College Dublin. He recently appeared in Brokentalkers Production of the highly acclaimed production of ‘Silver Stars’ which originated at the Dublin Theatre Festival and has toured internationally in New York, Paris, Auckland and Finland. His Theatre roles also include Hamm in ‘End Game’ Kerstin Bernick in ‘Pillars of Society’ David in ‘Kilt’ and various roles in Andrews Lane Production of Harold Pinters ‘Party Time’ and ‘Precisely’.
His Film and T.V roles include Mr.Boaz in the Tom Hanks Production of ‘City Of Ember’ John Daly in ‘The Easter Seven’ for TG4, The Rabbi in both ‘Finbar Liebowitz’ and ‘Manmade Man’ The Mad King in HBO’s production of ‘Game Of Thrones’ He will shortly appear in Triptych Production film ‘Opus K’ as Doctor Maxwell. He has appeared in several T.V productions for Stirling Films.
Liam was Artist in residence at Artworks Theatre in New Zealand, and is also Artistic Director of Mariposa Productions.
His Voice Over work includes A Water Safety and Tourism Ireland Campaign.
Liam is currently on the Prime Pilot Scheme with Irish Theatre Institute for Older Actors. He will also be taking part in The Next Stage 2015 with Theatre Forum.
Liam can next be seen in the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festivals Production of Mother Me, directed by Louise White.
To view a sample of some of Liams recent work please click below.
Liam Burke will be appearing in Mother You by Louise White as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015. The show will take place in Block B Cultural Space, Smithfield. This is a promenade style show so please dress appropriately. For tickets and more information see here
Frontline Actors Agency are so thrilled to announce that Liam Burke is one of four actors nominated for Best Actor at the Los Angeles Independent Film Awards. Liam was nominated for his role in short film Positive Discrimination. With almost 80 films selected from hundreds of applicants, this is an incredible achievement for Liam who is up against 2 Americans and a Canadian. Congratulations Liam and the very best of luck on September 12th!
Positive Discrimination (2015) is a short film written and directed by Charlo Johnson, about an altruistic college student who receives unlikely advice from an elderly gentleman who has an unconventional perspective on life.
The official trailer portrays Joe (Liam Burke) who is helped by passers by on the streets of Dublin before retiring to his inner city bedsit. He is visited by a local volunteer (Róisín O’Donovan) who provides financial assistance, while Joe explains that he spends his money reminding himself of ‘the good old days’.