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    Profile of Shane Cadden

Nationality:   Irish
Playing Age:   16 to 24
Location:   Dublin
Hair Colour:   Dark Brown
Hair Length:   No Preference
Eye Colour:   Green
Height:   6ft.
Body Size:   Medium
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      • Studied the Foundation & Advanced Drama courses in Liberties College from Sep 2013 to May 2015, FETAC Level 5 Theatre Performance & FETAC Level 6 Classical Acting

  • Studied the Associate Trinity College, London (ATCL) Speech and Drama diploma course from Sep 2014 and May 2015 (Correspondence course)

  • Studied in the Gaiety School of Acting's Advanced Acting Course (Sep 2015 � Jun 2016)

  • Studied David Scott's The Applied Art of Acting course (Sep 2016 � Nov 2016)

  • Studied in the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts' Summer Program (June 2017) and Film and TV Year (Sep 2017 - Apr 2018)


      Film and TV Credits:

      • Rubberbandits Guide to 1916, RT� Two, role: Battle of the Boyne soldier, 2015

      • Secrets of Great British Castles, Channel 5, role: King's messenger, 2016

      Theatre Credits:

      • The Pheonician Women by Euripides, directed by Simon Managhan, Liberties College, role: Teiresias, 2013

  • Journey's End by RC Sheriff, directed by Neville Styles, Liberties College, role: Soldier, 2014

  • Henry VI, Part II by William Shakespeare, directed by Simon Managhan, Liberties College, role: Cardinal Beaufort, 2014

  • The Town Fop by Aphra Behn, directed by Neil Jordan, Liberties College, roles: Belmour's page / Lord Plotwell's servant / Messenger, 2015

  • Performed in the Gaiety School of Acting's Advanced Performance course's showcases throughout Sep 2015 - Jun 2016. Scenes featured:

    • Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Claire Maguire, 2015

    • The Pitchfork Disney by Philip Ridley, directed by Antoinette Duffy, 2016

    • People, Place & Thing by Duncan MacMillan, directed by Claire Maguire, 2016

    • Performed in David Scott's Applied Art of Acting course showcase and showreel, throughout Sep 2016 - Nov 2016. Scenes and monologue featured, all directed by David Scott:

    • Broken Glass by Arthur Miller (scene)

    • Happy Family by Giles Cooper (scene)

      • Away by Michael Gow (monologue)

      Special Skills: 

Basic Irish and French language skills
Good with animals

      Voice Credits:


Northern Irish (native)
Standard American




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