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Shane Casey


Height: 5’ 9”

Hair: Brown

Eyes: Blue/Green

Playing age:  46 - 56


Selected Theatre Experience: The Proposal, The Bear,  Measure to Measure - 1916, Equus, The Taming of the Shrew 

Selected Film Experience:  Behind Closed Doors, Tripwire, Away, The Next Step, Somnio, The Light of Day

Selected TV Experience: Beyond Redemption  RED ROCK, Hot Knives - (Storyland 2016), If These Walls Could Talk, Cumann na mBan 100,

Selected Advertisement Experience: AvonmoreChill Insurance, Referendum 2013,


Accents: Native Irish – Dublin, Regional Irish, South African, Southern American, Italian, French and English (general) 

Languages: French (conversational)


Qualifications and Training

  • Stanislavski Method with Joe Devlin, Dublin (2014 -16)
  • Michael Chekhov Workshop with Joerg Andrees            Dublin 2016
  •  Casting Workshop with Thyrza Ging  Dublin (2016)
  • Loop Group Training with Velvet Voice  Dublin (2016)
  • The Art of Self Taping with Maureen Hughes Dublin (2015)
  • Screen Acting (LeCoq), The Actors' Space, Barcelona (2014)
  • Improvisation Workshop, DawsonDramaWorks, Dublin (2013) 
  • On Camera Scene Study, DawsonDramaWorks, Dublin (2013) 
  • Acting For Camera, GSA, Dublin (2013)
  • Accent Workshop, GSA, Dublin (2013) 
  • Voice Over Workshop, Velvet Voice, Dublin (2010-12)



Swimmer (excellent), Weapons Handling (military), Martial Arts (intermediate), Horse Riding (basic), Squash, Badminton, Drummer and Singer with various bands, and Full driving licence



Shane is an actor, musician and singer. His most recent theatre credits include lead roles in ‘The Proposal ‘and ‘The Bear’ by Anton Chekhov and Shakespeare in the Park Productions of ‘Taming of the Shrew’ 2015 where he played Baptista Minola  and ‘Measure for Measure –Ireland 2016’ in which he played the roles of Duke Vintentio/The Friar.    On television he recently appeared in the TV3 soap ‘Red Rock’, he also starred in Genefiles’ IFTA winning historic docu-drama ‘Cumann na mBan 100 ‘ for TG4.                                He has appeared in lead roles in numerous short films, most notably ‘3 Friends’ based on a Colm Tobin short story, which scooped the Grand Prize Alternative Spirit Award (LBGTQ Short) at the Rhode Island Film Festival 2016                                                                   He is also an accomplished voice over artist with many credits to his name including narrating the acclaimed documentary on the demise of Ireland’s iconic department store Clerys, which aired on RTE1