Rory Keenan


Born: Dublin, Ireland


Rory Keenan (born June 9, 1980) is an award-winning actor originally from Dublin, Ireland. Primarily a stage actor, he has worked extensively in theatre in London. As well as frequently performing in the West End, he has worked in film and TV from a young age. Most recently he has performed at The Donmar Warehouse in Saint Joan and Welcome Home Captain Fox! He was also seen recently in BBC's War & Peace and Peaky Blinders Previous work at The Royal National Theatre includes The Kitchen, Damned By Despair and Liola, as well as the acclaimed Philadelphia Here I Come and Dublin Carol at the Donmar Warehouse. He has performed many leading roles in Ireland, having worked from an early age at The Abbey Theatre, as well as the tile roles in Hamlet and Macbeth. He was also named Best Supporting Actor at The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards for his role in The Last Days Of The Celtic Tiger On television he is currently appearing as Eric in RTE's drama Striking Out and soon as Leopold in the BBC's Versailles.

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