Robbie O'Neill

Robbie O'Neill

Overview

A former builder, Robbie trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre school. TV credits include: 'Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell' playing the series regular role of Lucas (BBC America) 'Casualty' and 'Father Brown' (BBC). More recently he played series regular DC Jones in the award winning ITV drama 'Little Boy Blue' alongside Stephen Graeme. He won critical acclaim for his portrayal of soldier McKay in 'Lines' at The Yard. He’s also a talented writer, developing plays with both The Royal Court and Liverpool Everyman, and is currently working on his debut short film 'Seconds Out', which he wrote and will appear in alongside Faye Marsay.

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 10 (178cm)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 32
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: White

Film

Seconds Out (Short), Carl, Ascendant Releasing, (director: Phil Barantini)

Forbearance (Short), Young Frank, Pickled Productions, (director: Jack Casey)

Copy That (Short), Jack, Cut To Productions, (director: Kingsley Hoskins)

Television

Little Boy Blue, DC Jones, ITV, (director: Paul Whittington)

Father Brown, Vince Lennon, BBC, (director: John Greening)

Jonathan Strange and Mr.Norrell, Lucas, Cuba Pictures/BBC America, (director: Toby Haynes)

Theatre

The Path, Louis, Hightide, (director: Jude Christian)

LINES, MacKay, The Yard, (director: Jay Miller)

Club 44, Billy Woodruff, Soho Theatre, (director: Mimi Poskitt)

My Dear I wanted to tell you (Site Specific), Johnson, Look Left Look Right, (director: Mimi Poskitt/Eva Sampson)

Shakespeares' Pericles, Pandar/Antiochus/Cleon, Redgrave Theatre, (director: John Hartoch)

The Last Days Of Mankind, Karl, Bristol Old Vic, (director: John Retallack and Toby Hulse)

To Kill A Mockingbird, Bob Ewell, Bath Literary Festival, (director: Marilyn Imrie)

Radio

Singles Going Steady, George, BBC Radio 4, (director: Emma Harding)

The American Grandmother, John/Raymond, BBC Radio 3/Pier Productions, (director: Martin Jenkins)

Workshop

Kanye The First, Male Characters, Hightide, (director: Andrew Twyman)