Busy times...


Congrats this week to Jed Murray cast by Louise Kiely for Quantico - Director Russell Lee Fine. Jed will be shooting for a few days with Tim V Murphy who also stars in this series. Quantico is an American television drama thriller which premiered on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC)  Jed is also confirmed for EXTRAORDINARY a film - cast by Maureen Hughes /Castle Winter Film Productions, it shoots in Dublin end of April.

Well Done also to Sophia Adli who was cast for ‘Into The Badlands’ series 3 by Louise Kiely - Director Paco Cabezas.  Into the Badlands is an American television series which began in series 1 with a warrior and a young boy who journey through a dangerous feudal land together seeking enlightenment and the story continues now into the 3rd series. 


Also well done to Anais Rizzo who was cast by Maureen Hughes in ‘Nighflyers’- series 1, Director Andrew McCarthy. Nightflyers is a new Si-fi series based on the television adaptation of George RR Martin’s Nightflyers novel, its produced by NBC Universal and Universal Cable Productions, along with Wild Atlantic Pictures, is set to be made available on Netflix it shoots in Troy studios Limerick.

Break a leg to Philip Coffey as March 30, 31st, April 1st sees Philip shoot Topographia Hibernica episode 3 with Director Liza Bolton in Galway. While Muireann Ryan is busy for 10 days in April shooting ‘This Day’ with Frame it Productions & Punk House Productions, the film shoots in Dublin, Kildare and Kilkenny.

Jed Murray, Amy Potter and Sophia Adli are also shooting a short film "Kevin's Interview” - Director Eamon Murphy & produced in association with the Screen Director's Guild the film shoots over two days 17th and 18th April. This last production makes it a hat trick for Jed this week - well done Jed!!!

On TV we have a few Fair City appearances coming up with Claire O’Donovan and Jim Tighe joining Nigel Mercier (D.I Yates) and regular Jenny Dixon (Kerri-Ann) on set, well done to all.