|Date of Birth||31 December 1969, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK|
Mini Bio (1)
Geraldine O'Rawe was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and studied drama in London at the Webber Douglas Academy, with appearances early on in her career at the Moving Theatre Company, the Everyman Theatre and the Gate Theatre, London.
Her acclaim in these stage roles quickly led her to a role in Pat O'Connor's film Circle of Friends (1995), alongside Minnie Driver, Saffron Burrows and Chris O'Donnell. Her other feature work includes leading roles in John Bailey's Mariette in Ecstasy (1996), Hans Jorg Gurn's The Harpist (1999), and Marc Evans' intense Resurrection Man (1998), opposite Stewart Townsend. She has also taken supporting roles in Terry George's Some Mother's Son (1996), Michael Winterbottom's I Want You (1998), and Kirsten Sheridan's Disco Pigs (2001).
On British television, O'Rawe has appeared in such major dramas as Simon Shore's The English Wife (1995) and Tom Cairns' Amongst Women (1998). She lives in London, and is married to director/cinematographer Paul Sarossy. They have a young daughter.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Paul Sarossy||(? - ?) (1 child)|