|The Troubles: A Dublin Story||Declan McGregor||TinyJan Productions||Luke Hanlon||2022|
|The Green Fella||Sergeant Collins||Frontier Pictures||Thomas Pollock||2020|
|The Troubles, Long Story Short - Short||Gerry||TinyJan Productions||Terry Loughran||2019|
|The Siege of Bóthar Anam||John Lyons||Triskellion Films||Marcus Maher||2019|
|Black Coffee - Short||Customer||Outburst Productions||Eskimo Supreme||2018|
|Sgt Collins RIC - Short||Sgt Collins||David McCann||David McCann||2018|
|For Pepper - Short||Father O'Brien||Nessa O'Callaghan||Rebecca Singleton||2018|
|Podge - Short||Podge||BCFE Production||Rebecca Singleton||2017|
|Hanna Wins - Short||John's Ghost||Dublin Film Makers Collective||Lina Jalala||2017|
|Sophie - Short||Henry||Philip Ledingham||2017|
|Shortwave - Short||Tom||Dublin Institute of Technology||Conor Sergeant||2017|
|Hygge - Animated Short||Sean||Rachel McGill||2017|
|Best Friends - Short||Stephen||Tallaght Institute of Technology||Mark Hartnett||2016|
|Grey Area - Short||Thief||Carlow Institute of Technology||Andrew Griffin||2016|
|Once Upon a Time in Dublin||Vlad||October Eleven Pictures Ltd.||Jason Figgis||2009|
|St. Ives||Field Surgeon||Little Bird Productions||Harry Hook||1998|
|The Violent Bear It Away||Volgoth||DIT Aungier St||Patrick O'Shea||1998|
|Nothing Personal||Rioter||Little Bird Productions||Thaddeus O'Sullivan||1995|
|Braveheart||Kings Guard||Icon Productions, The Ladd Company||Mel Gibson||1995|
|Drama||Phylius||Luke Hanlon||Terry Loughran||2018|
|Trace Of Evil||FBI Special Agent Rathbone||CBS Network/Peninsula Television Ltd||Charlotte Blennerhassett||2018|
|Crimecall||Lead Aggressor||RTE||Nicky O Sullivan||2017|
|Aristocrats||Captain Philips||The Irish Film Board, BBC WGBH||David Caffrey||1999|
|Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog||Temra Commander||Saban International, Sharpmist||Kevan Barker||1999|
|What Would Ma Say - Liberty Hall||Phil Snr.||Quill Productions||Gerard Ronan||2018|
|Manisfesto - Smock Alley Theatre||Peter||Gaiety School of Acting||Donal Courtney||2017|
|The Miser - Smock Alley Theatre||Master Jacque||Gaiety School of Acting||Aoife Spillane Hinks||2017|
|What Would Ma Say - Civic Theatre Tallaght||Phil Snr.||Quill Productions||Gerard Ronan||2017|
|Pericles - The Project Arts Centre||Valdes The Pirate||Dublin Youth Theatre||Gerard Stembridge||2000|
|Emmets Wife||Emmets Wife||International Bar Production||Dominic O Brien||1996|
Full Driving Licence
Hand to Hand
Screen and Stage Combat Experience
Thai Boxing Instructor
Some Horse Riding
Best Actor Award at the Bedford International Film Festival Virginia USA
Best Actor Award at Spookscreen Cork International Film Festival
Wayne is a Dublin native is based there and also has a base in London. He is 5′ 10″ (177cm) tall.
A graduate of both Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting and the Performance Theatre Company of The Gaiety School of Acting .
A former student of Dublin Youth Theatre and The Actors Workshop.
Theatre wise Wayne played a lead role of ‘Phil Snr’ in the stage production from the award winning
book of the same title “WHAT WOULD MA SAY ” directed by Gerard Ronan and written by Kathleen
Doyle which toured Ireland in venues such as The Civic, Liberty Hall Theatre and The Axis Theatre
Other stage work includes working with Gerard Stembridge on Dublin Youth Theatre performance of
“Pericles” by William Shakespeare as “Valdes”at the Project Arts Centre , The lead role of “Mr.
Anselme” in “The Miser” by Molier directed by Aoife Spillane Hinks at the Black Box Theatre and also
the role of “Peter” in “MANIFESTO” Directed by the late Donal Courtney.
Waynes Film/screen credits include film and television work includes BBC production of “Aristocrats” directed by David Caffery
and “Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog” Directed by Kevan Barker with Saban Productions. “Braveheart”
directed by Mel Gibson and “Nothing Personal” Directed by Thaddeus O Sullivan.
Other credits also include the award winning short film “PODGE” having received two best actor
award for his lead role as Podge at the Bedford International Film Festival Viginia USA and
Spookscreen International Horror Film Festival in Cork Ireland.
Short film credits include “Black Coffee” directed by Alex Sheehan, “HYGGE” directed by Rachel
McGill and “Sophie” directed by Philip Ledingham.
Level 9 Degree Trinity College