|Damien Molony Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||February 21, 1984|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Damien Molony is an Irish actor, writer, stage actor, and voiceover artist who has gained much popularity with his roles like Hal Yorke in Being Human, Jon in GameFace, Dylan in Brassic, Detective Constable Albert Flight in Ripper Street, and DS Jack Weston in Suspects. Moreover, he has also been cast in productions such as A Vampire Story, No Man’s Land, The Body of an American, King Lear, Voices from the American Heartland, and The Hard Problem.
Johnstown Bridge, County Kildare, Ireland
London, England, United Kingdom
Damien Molony attended the Drama Centre London, a British drama school in King’s Cross, London from where he graduated in 2011.
Actor, Writer, Voiceover Artist, Stage Actor
Damien Molony has been signed with –
- Curtis Brown Group Ltd., Talent Agency, London, England, United Kingdom
- Agency for the Performing Arts, Talent and Literary Agency, Beverly Hills, California, United States
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
68 kg or 150 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Damien Molony Facts
- He was raised in Johnstown Bridge, County Kildare, Ireland.
- After graduating from the Drama Centre London, Damien Molony played the character of Giovanni in a production of the John Ford play ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, directed by Jonathan Munby. This won him the 2nd prize in the 2011 Ian Charleson Awards.
- Since 2012, he has been a regular blood donor. He was inspired to do so after someone close to him needed blood during cancer treatment.
- For his performance in Being Human, he was nominated for SFX Awards 2013 in the “Best Actor” category.
- Damien Molony has also raised awareness of the importance of blood donation and campaigned to motivate others via his Twitter page, pledging to ReTweet his followers’ post-donation photos.
- He appeared as Ross in the 2015 British satirical dark comedy crime-thriller film, Kill Your Friends, starring Nicholas Hoult, Craig Roberts, Tom Riley, and Georgia King.
- He co-starred as Paddy in the 2016 Irish-British drama film, Tiger Raid, an adaptation of Mick Donnellan’s stage production Radio Luxembourg.
- In February 2017, he donated blood for the 13th time and encouraged others to “consider registering to donate”, “save lives”, “burn calories”, and “feel really proud”.
- Damien Molony portrayed the character of William Bourke Cockran, an Irish-American politician and orator, in the 2017 American historical drama film, The Current War. The film is inspired by the 19th-century competition between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse over which electric power delivery system would be used in the United States (often referred to as the “war of the currents”).
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