Keith Dunphy

Keith Dunphy

Overview

Keith graduated from RADA in 1999. He spent many seasons at the RSC playing such roles as Tybalt in 'Romeo and Juliet' and McDuff in 'Macbeth'. Keith recently played McCann in 'The Birthday Party' at The Royal Exchange in Manchester. On film Keith was seen in Ken Loach’s 'The Wind that Shakes the Barley' 'Children of Men' and 'Les Miserables.' On TV Keith was most recently seen in 'Peaky Blinders' and has been shooting 'The Hollow Crown' for the BBC alongside Tom Hiddleton, Jeremy Irons and Julie Walters.

Characteristics

  • Height: 6' 2 (188cm)
  • Weight: 12st (76.2kg)
  • Playing Age: 36 - 45
  • Eye Colour: Green
  • Hair Colour: Red/Titian
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: White

Film

The Spoiler, Cody, Wildfrontier Productions, (director; Katherine Collins)

Les Miserables the Movie, Client, Universal, (director; Tom Hooper)

Black Death, Witch Finder, Egoli Tossell, (director; Chris Smith)

Children of Men, Immigration Officer, Universal, (director; Alfonso Cuaron)

The Wind that Shakes The Barley,Terence, Sixteen Films, (director; Ken Loach)

Inside I'm Dancing, Estate Agent, (director; Damien O'Donnell)

Television

Beowulf, Vlade, ITV (directors: Various) 

The Hollow Crown, Ratcliffe, BBC (director; Dominic Cooke)

Peaky Blinders, Maguire, Tiger Aspect, (director; Otto Bathurst)

Life Begins, Aiden, Granada Television, (director; David Caffrey)

Ultimate Force, Para, Bentley Productions, (director; Richard Holthouse)

Theatre

 The Rivals, Sir Lucius O'Trigger, Bristol Old Vic/ Liverpool Playhouse/ Glasgow Citizens (director: Dominic Hill)

The Easter Rising, Ensemble, Jermyn Street Theatre (director: Donnacadh O’ Briain)

The Birthday Party, McCann, Royal Exchange Theatre, (director; Blanche McIntyre)

Victoria Station, Controller,Young Vic Theatre and the Print Rooms, (director; Jeff James)

One for the Road, Victor,Young Vic Theatre and the Print Rooms, (director; Jeff James)

The Grapes of Wrath, Noah, Mercury Theatre, Colchester, (director; Tony Casement)

Macbeth, Mac Duff, The Globe Theatre London, (director; Lucy Bailey)

Black Milk, Mshanya, Prime Cut Theatre Company Belfast, (director; Matthew Torney)

Shipwrecked, Spanish Captain, X Ensemble, (director; Eric Fraad)

Treasure Island, Blind Pew Mr Arrow, Ben Gunn and Sharp, (director; Rose Theatre Kingston, Stephen Unwin)

Romeo and Juliet, The Friar Laurence, Mecury Theatre Colchester, (director; ED Hughes)

Catastrophic Sex Music, Man,Mercury  Theatre and The Latitude Festival, (director; Janice Dunn)

Histories Company, Clifford/Mortimer/Nym, Royal Shakespeare Company

Lime Tree Bower, Raymond, BAC, (director; Yal Shavit)

A Midsummer Nights Dream, Oberon, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, (director; Ian Talbot)

Henry IV, Hotspur,  Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, (director; Alan Strachan)

She Stoops to Conquer, Hastings, Dublin Abbey Theatre, (director; Patrick Mason)

A Midsummer Nights Dream, Demetrius, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, (director; Mike Alfreds)

High Society, Mike, Sheffield Crucible Theatre, (director; Fiona Laird)

Macbeth, McDuff, Ludlow Festival Theatre, (director; James Roose Evans)

Henry V, Macmaris, Royal Shakespeare Company,(director; Edward Hall)

Richard II, Ross/Fitz Water, Royal Shakespeare Company, (director; Steven Pimlott)

Romeo and Juliet, Tybalt, Royal Shakespeare Company, (director; Michael Boyd)

The Sea, Evans, RADA, (director; David Sulkin)

Twelfth Night, Feste, Belfast Lyric Theatre, (director; Andy Hinds)

Keith Dunphy
Keith Dunphy
Keith Dunphy
Keith Dunphy