Lorna Quinn, Actress

Recent Work

Lorna's recent work in theatre, film, tv and voiceover/radio

TV & Film




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Lorna recently concluded filming on Philip Doherty’s first feature film REDEMPTION OF A ROGUE in which she played the role of ‘Our Lady’ opposite Aaron Monaghan. Lorna also recently read the role of ‘Daisy’ in Robert Mc Dowell’s new play HIBERNIA at the ‘Scene and Heard Festival’ in February.

Film credits include HOW TO FAKE A WAR, a feature film directed by Rudolph Herzog, THE JOURNEY, a film starring Timothy Spall and Colm Meaney, and DARE TO BE WILD, a feature film written and directed by Vivienne De Courcy, in which Lorna played the lead supporting role.

TV credits include REBELLION (‘Mrs. McLeod’ – Second Series), LOVE/HATE (‘Elaine’ – Second Series), and FAIR CITY (‘Lucy Mallon’).

Theatre credits at ‘The Gate Theatre’ in Dublin include the role of ‘Sybil Chase’ in PRIVATE LIVES, the role of ‘Cecily Cardew’ in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, the role of ‘Elizabeth Bennet’ in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, the role of ‘Lady Gertrude Chiltern’ in AN IDEAL HUSBAND, the role of ‘Kate’ in BEDROOM FARCE and the role of ‘Jo March’ in LITTLE WOMEN’.

Other theatre credits include THE GAMES PEOPLE PLAY (Rise Productions), THE BRIDGE BELOW THE TOWN (Livin Dred Theatre Company), TIC by Elizabeth Moynihan and directed by Joe Devlin, PLASTICINE (Corcadorca), SKIN AND BLISTERS (TEAM Educational Theatre Company), WALNUTS REMIND ME OF MY MOTHER by Elizabeth Moynihan and directed by Noelle Browne, JANE EYRE (City Theatre Dublin. Playing the role of ‘Jane Eyre’), ROCK PAPER SCISSORS (Performance Lab), FERRY TALES/50 WAYS TO LEAVE DÚN LAOGHAIRE (Carpet Theatre Company) and I, KEANO (Lane Productions).

Lorna is currently based in Dublin.

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June 8, 2019 |


‘How to Fake a War’ by Rudolph Herzog will have it’s UK Premiere this month at the Edinburgh Film Festival! The film stars Katherine Parkinson, Jay Pharoah and Lily...

April 16, 2019 |

‘The Little Foxes’ by Lillian Hellman | Play Reading.

Rehearsed reading of Lillian Hellman’s classic play, ‘The Little Foxes’ at No.1 Pery Square, Limerick. Hosted by ‘Bottom Dog Theatre Company’ – Liam O’Brien, Myles Breen & John Murphy.   DIRECTOR Deirdre Flynn CAST Miriam Ball – Birdie Hubbard Myles Breen – Ben Hubbard Michael Casey – Leo Hubbard Dave Griffin – Horace Giddens Darren Maher – Oscar Hubbard Gertrude Montgomery – Addie Lorna Quinn – Regina Giddens Jim Moroney – Mr. Marshall / Cal Aisling Ryan – Alexandra...

February 10, 2019 |

HIBERNIA | Play Reading | Scene & Heard Festival 2019

HIBERNIA | Play Reading | Smock Alley Theatre They came. They saw. They conquered. Or did they? Dr. Mark Stone’s recent discovery of a mosaic floor has proven the Roman Empire extended to Ireland. This new-found celebrity, however, has been darkened by the the brutal murder of his wife, Jane. Set in an isolated cottage on the east coast of Ireland, Hibernia is a story of ruthless ambition, turned to tragedy. Written by: Robert Mc Dowell Directed by: Maisie Lee Cast: Lorna Quinn + Robert Mc...

February 10, 2019 |

‘A Christmas Carol’ Reading | 2018

    A very special reading of ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Dolphins Barn Church, Dublin 8. Over €5,500 raised by the extremely generous local community for the Peter McVerry...

August 31, 2017 |

XPOSÉ Interview | Lorna Quinn & Ruth O’Neill

Interview with former ‘Xposé’ presenter Ruth O’Neill at Dublin’s Gate Theatre.  On display, costumes designed by Francis O’Connor for ‘Sybil Chase’ in ‘Private Lives’ by Noël Coward. Costumes made by Denise Assas. http://www.lornaquinn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/XPOSE.m4v  ...

August 25, 2017 |

Seán Rooney – Music Video ‘EVEREST HIGH’

Sean Rooney premieres soulful debut single ‘Everest High’ ‘Everest High’ is the first single from Longford musician Sean Rooney. The poignant track shows Rooney speaking openly about mental health problems. ‘Everest High’ is written about the struggle that comes from suffering with depression and is told from both the point of view of both the sufferer and the point of view of someone who doesn’t understand what it’s like to have it. The video features both Sean and Irish actress Lorna Quinn from Irish film Dare to be Wild, Love/Hate and Fair City. It was filmed between Longford and Leitrim and produced by Outtake Community Media. Sean has been playing on the Irish music...

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