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Owen O'Neill

Owen O'Neill has established himself as a comedian, writer and actor. He made his TV debut on Saturday Live in 1985 and since has performed on numerous TV shows including his own TV Stand-up special for the BBC.

As a stand-up he has performed Worldwide, taking in Hong Kong, China, Melbourne, Frankfurt Toronto, Los Angeles, Singapore and Lisburn..sorry that should read Lisbon. He is a regular on the London Comedy circuit and has performed on The David Letterman and Conan O'Brien shows.

As a writer his debut feature film 'Arise and go now' a black comedy about poets, priests and the IRA was broadcast in the BBC 2's Screenplay series. 'The Fitz,' a sitcom for BBC2 was screened in 1999.

Owen wrote and starred in 'Shooting to Stardom' a short film for Channel4, which won best film at the Cork film festival and was shown at the Sundance Film festival to critical acclaim.

He is an annual visitor to the Edinburgh Festival where his one-man theatre shows have won awards including a Perrier nomination in 1998 and the Edinburgh Critics award for best comedy in 1999.

His Film TV and Theatre credits include:
2002 Paradise Heights. BBC1
A Sense of Death: Redwood Films C4. Dir Nicolas Ferrin.
1999 The General. Dir John Boorman.
1998 Much Ado about Nothing. Dir John O'Hare.
1998 The Matchmaker. Dir Mark Joffe.
1997 Michael Collins. Dir Neil Jordan.
1996 Shooting to Stardom. Dir Kieron Walsh.

Owen is presently writing a Novel about Love, Death and Lifebouy soap. Set in the Northern Irish Linen Mills of the 1950's.
He is also working on 'Billy Boy Blues,'a Feature film for Canal+ and Tall Story Productions, about a teenage drummer in an Orange flute band who wants to become a Rock Star.