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Brendan Sheehan 


Height: 6’ 4”

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Blue

Date of Birth: 05/04/83

Playing age:  33-38


Selected Theatre Experience: 8 Women, Lost & Found, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf, A Midsummer Night's Dream

Selected Film Experience: The Observer Effect, This is my Son, Radha, Thank You Come Again, The Ripple Effect, Shoebox Memories, Eden, Saviour of Dublin City, Garda Series, The Immigrant, I'm GAA

Selected TV Experience: AMC Into Badlands, Fir, Marú Agus Grá 2, Fingal Finest 1916

Selected Advertisement: Dublin Airport Shopping, Keeling's Fruit Growers, Triton Showers


Accents: Midlands, Kerry, Irish Traveller and Cockney

Languages: Spanish (Intermediate)


Qualifications and Training


Skills: Qualified Personal Trainer, Competitive Fitness Physique Athlete, Swimming, Boxing, Kick Boxing, Martial Arts, Running, Hiking, Rugby, Football, , Rally Car Driving, Basketball, Cycling, Yoga, Musical: Bodhran and Guitar Dancing: Ballroom and hip hop



Brendan career is progressing quickly. He has gained a number of credits on screen. Most recently AMC produced Into the Badlands, with Brendan playing Reese. His short film, Radha joined the official selection of the 16th Cine Pobre Film Festival in La Paz Mexico 2016. The Saviour of Dublin City was premiered at the prestigious Galway Film Fleadh 2016.  The feature film Shoebox Memories (Continuance Films) premiered at the Dingle Film Festival in 2016. It was one of only 19 feature films to be accepted. This is My Son, directed by John Corcoran has been accepted into the Sunnyside Short Film Festival New York, 2016. Out of 1255 submissions, only 23 films were accepted and the honour of opening the festival was given to This Is My Son.  Garda (Giddyupskits Productions) was a viral hit. Brendan played Garda O’Connor starring alongside legendary singer Johnny Logan. 

Brendan has won the NABBA Mr. Ireland Body Building Show twice (2013, 2014). He represented Ireland at the WFF/NABBA Mr. Universe (2013) and at the World Championships (2013) placing 7th and 10th respectively.