Liam started acting when he was 9 years old after successfully auditioning for the Performing Arts School Galway. In his teenage years he became interested in studying a variety of martial arts, as well as weight lifting, eventually winning national medals for powerlifting. In 2019, at the age of 21, he took part in a couple of small one act plays. Encouraged by the experience, he went on to take an 8 week course with Terry McMahon in Dublin, Acting for Camera (The Aristotilian construct).
This course changed his life... Since then, while studying acting and film making in Galway Community College he wrote, acted, and directed in his first short film, Politics as Usual. This film screened all over the world in various short film festivals. His comedy sketch character, Pakko the Don, has gained a cult following on social media. In a few short years Liam has gained valuable experience portraying a wide range of characters from Dave, an emotionally unstable jazz musician in the Missing Note, to Mister Kettlebells, the iconic self-proclaimed criminal mastermind in Unorganised Crime, most recently he played the ruthless Russian hitman Yuri, in the soon to be released Broken Badge, a production by Vengeance Films.