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Fiona O'Shaughnessy

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Occupation  Actor
Years active  1999–present
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Born  1978 (age 38–39)Galway, County Galway, Ireland
Movies and TV shows  Nina Forever, Utopia, Alexander, Nightwatching, Goldfish Memory
Similar  Abigail Hardingham, Cian Barry, Ben Blaine, Alexandra Roach, Neil Maskell

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Fiona O'Shaughnessy (born 1973) is an Irish actress.

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Early life

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O'Shaughnessy was born in Galway, County Galway. Her family moved to Reading, Berkshire when she was 9. She studied ballet, tap, modern and jazz dance, throughout her school years in Reading, UK. She returned to Galway a decade later where she pursued a career in theatre. Merging with other Galweigan actors, who were happy to collaborate to create original pieces of theatre, she performed, often at lunchtime at The Kings Head, and during The Arts Festival in the old Druid Theatre Building, to supportive Galway locals and tourists.

Career

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O'Shaughnessy's most notable stage role to date is that of Salome, for the Gate Theatre in Dublin. Other stage work has included The Shaughraun for the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, which transferred to the West End's Albery Theatre in 2005. In 2006 she appeared in the UK premiere of Blackwater Angel by Jim Nolan at the Finborough Theatre, London. Other work for the Gate Theatre includes Arms and the Man, Oliver, The Importance of Being Earnest, Pride and Prejudice, Blythe Spirit, Present Laughter (which toured in Charleston, South Carolina), See You Next Tuesday, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

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O'Shaughnessy played Cate in the Irish debut of Sarah Kanes' play Blasted. Her film roles include Clara in Goldfish Memory, The Halo Effect, and The Stronger. Other theatre work includes playing Hilde Wangle in Lady from the Sea and Petra Stockman in Enemy of the People at the Arcola Theatre, London, and Amy in 'The Night Alive', by Conor Mc Pherson, at The Geffen Playhouse, in Los Angeles, directed by Randall Arney. She stars as Jessica Hyde in the television series Utopia. In 2015, she starred with David Troughton in the comedy romantic horror film Nina Forever, written and directed by the British duo, THE BLAINE BROTHERS.

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References

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