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Finbar Lynch

Finbar Lynch is an accomplished stage and screen actor. In 1998, he worked under Trevor Nunn on Not About Nightingales, which was performed at the Royal National Theatre and on Broadway. In the same year, he also performed in Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre, and in 2000 made his debut at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre under Sam Mendes’ direction.Screen credits include Holby City (1999), Waking the Dead (2000), and most recently... Read more >>

Finbar Lynch

Finbar Lynch Overview

Finbar Lynch is an accomplished stage and screen actor. In 1998, he worked under Trevor Nunn on Not About Nightingales, which was performed at the Royal National Theatre and on Broadway. In the same year, he also performed in Antony and Cleopatra at the National Theatre, and in 2000 made his debut at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre under Sam Mendes’ direction. He has performed around the country: in 2005 he was in Lyndsay Posner’s The Birthday Party, which showed at the Birmingham Rep and went on tour; in 2008 he performed in A Doll’s House and Portrait of a Lady at the Bath Theatre (both directed by Sir Peter Hall). In 2010 he took the part of Oberon in The Fairy Queen, which went from Glyndebourne to Paris to New York, and Owen in The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist, which went from Chichester to Liverpool to Everyman Theatre. He has also worked with the RSC on a couple of occasions, performing in both The Tempest and Julius Caesar in 2006. Other stage credits include a return to the National in 2007 with The Hothouse, working under Thea Sharrock’s direction at the Gate Theatre in 2007, and performing at The Old Vic Theatre as Jack in Dancing at Lughnasa in 2009 and returning there in 2012 for the part of the Cardinal in The Duchess of Malfi.

Screen credits include Holby City (1999), Waking the Dead (2000), and most recently Proof, series 1 and 2, in 2007. In 1997 he featured as Edmund in the stage and film production of King Lear, produced by the BBC and Royal National Theatre. Other film credits include Lost Batallion (2001), To Kill A King (2002) and Matilde (2002).
 

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