Cal bernard maclaverty essay

On stage he was the strutting stock car driver Hammy, in Abbie Spallen’s cynical south Armagh set ‘Pumpgirl’ which premiered  at the Traverse Theatre, during the 2006 Edinburgh Festival, later transferring to the Bush Theatre, London. Further low profile roles from 2008 afforded him no realistic opportunities to impress. He played an IRA kidnapper in writer/director Kari Skogland’s contentious political crime thriller, ‘Fifty Dead Men Walking’ in 2008 and on television was cast as a taxi driver in Terry Cafolla’s even handed ‘Best: His Mother’s Son’, 2009 and was Kingsguard knight, Ser Mandon Moore in an episode of HBO’s immensely popular fantasy drama ‘Game of Thrones’ in 2012. His stage output during 2011/13 was prolific, performing in all of the major theatres in Northern Ireland and other venues besides.

Cal bernard maclaverty essay

cal bernard maclaverty essay

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