I was born and bred in Dublin, Ireland where I trained at the Adele King Theatre School and later under Betty Ann Norton. I made my stage debut in 1995 at the Gaiety Theatre and have performed on most stages in Dublin, including the Olympia, the Point Depot and the National Concert Hall. At 18, I moved to London to study Drama at Kingston University. Theatre credits whilst at University include 'Trojan Women', 'Much Ado About Nothing', Beckett's one woman play 'Not I,' 'Bygones' at the Camden Fringe and 'Spring Awakening' at the Edinburgh Fringe. In 2010 I had the honour of performing in front of HRH Prince Edward in 'None But Friends', the centrepiece of the Internation Youth Arts Festival at the Rose Theatre, Kingston. After leaving University I worked as a stage manager for the KU MA Classical Theatre production of 'Ion' at the Rose Studio, Kingston and later as ASM for 'Happiness' by Murray Watts at the Kings Head Theatre, Islington. One of the highlights of my life to date was being cast in an extended run of 'The Shoemaker's Wonderful Wife' at the Olivier Award winning Kings Head Theatre. This was a final year collaborative production project at Kingston that was subsequently granted an off West-End run. During this time I also worked as a learning support worker at South Thames College and presented quiz nights and gameshows with WeeklyQuiz.co.uk After performing at IYAF in 2012 for the third consecutive year I relocated back to Dublin where I was cast in 'All Hell Lay Beneath' as part of the Absolut Fringe 2012. Currently, I am on tour with the Emerald Isle Theatre Company until June 2012. I am performing in 2 new pieces of writing which we tour around Belgium and the South of France. I am currently seeking new representation in Ireland for 2013.