Wednesday 5 October 2011

The Country Girls Cast Profile 3 - Mr. Gentleman aka Peter Hanly

Peter has previously worked with Red Kettle on Translations and Bent.
He was a member of Dublin Youth Theatre before joining Theatre Unlimited where he worked as a company member for two years.  Other theatre credits include: Molly Sweeney, Hedda Gabler, The Seagull, The Breadman (Gate Theatre); The Passing, Arragh na Pogue, The Plough and the Stars, Christ Deliver Us, Marble, The Burial at Thebes, The Recruiting Officer, The Crucible, Julius Caesar, A Month in the Country, The Bacchae of Baghdad, Aristocrats, Communion, Big Maggie and Sive (Abbey Theatre); Benefactors (b*spoke); A Doll’s House (Second Age); Improbable Frequency, Shiver, Three Days of Rain, The School for Scandal, Down Onto Blue, The Way of the World, Digging for Fire (Rough Magic); Dinner with Friends, Taste (Gúna Nua); Kvetch (Kilkenny Arts Festival); The Promise, The Lonesome West (Liverpool Everyman); Making Noise Quietly (Oxford Stage); Love Me?!/Car Show (The Corn Exchange); The Gay Detective (Project Arts Centre, Tricycle, London); Lovechild (Project Arts Centre); The Ash Fire (Pigsback); The Conquest of the South Pole (Theatre Demo); A Life (Olympia Theatre) and Saint Oscar (Field Day).
Film and television work includes Primeval, My Boy Jack (ITV); The Clinic, Black Day at Blackrock; The Truth about Claire (RTE); Betrayal of Trust, Roy, Ballykissangel, First Communion Day, Jumpers (BBC); Guiltrip (Temple Films) and Braveheart (Icon Productions).
Peter has also recorded many radio plays with RTE and BBC.