Liam trained with John Breen, D.I.T Rathmines Dublin and University College Dublin. He is now based between London and Dublin.
His one-man show Sailing To Byzantium recently toured to Merida, Spain. It gives an insight into the life,loves and poetry of WB Yeats
A short film The Wake, featuring Liam, directed by Rik Gordon has recently been accepted into the San Diego Film Festival, part of ComiCon Festival
A feature film This Day featuring Liam, directed by Pat Kenny starring Peter O’Beirne , is due out in Nov 2018.
Liam recently appeared on stage in Mother You directed by Louise White in the Tiger Fringe Festival and also in Theatre Upstairs production The Bells Of directed by Louisa Sanfey.
He was a participant in Theatre Institutes pilot scheme Prime – a program designed to help older actors kick start their careers as well as being selected for The Next Stage – an 18 day immersion in theatre facilitated by Christine Poulter. Along the way there were videos for Thinkhouse, voice recordings at Beacon Studios and overall strengthening of career opportunities and future prospects.
Liam appeared in Brokentalkers production of the highly acclaimed Silver Stars which originated at the Dublin Theatre Festival and has toured internationally in New York, Paris, Auckland and Finland. Other 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.
Liams Film and T.V roles include the short film The Wake, Mr.Boaz in the Tom Hanks production of City Of Ember , John Daly in The Easter Seven for TG4 and Dare To Be Wild directed by Vivienne DeCourcy.
Check out the beautiful trailer for “I Exist Because You’re Here” – a short film by Ingrid Machado starring our very own Liam Burke.
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An Crann (2015) 15’14” Award winning short film directed by Emma Carlson can be seen tonight at 12.05am on RTE2.
A married couple in Donegal contemplate revenge after a mysterious new neighbour fells their tree. Starring Nichola MacEvilly, Bairbre NiChaoimh and Liam Burke.
Based on the poem ‘An Crann’ by Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.
For more info see here