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In 2005-6 John played James in 48 Angels, Marion Comer's unusual feature where Michael O'Dwyer (of the Irish Times) commented on John's great screen presence. Wilderness was the horror genre film where he played the vital role of Davy, & now he can be seen as Young Quinlan (Pete Postlethwaite is the older version) in Lord Attenborough's feature ... See full bio »
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 2016 White Irish Drinkers (Short) (announced)
Drinker 1
 2016 The Truth Commissioner (TV Movie)
Rory Gilroy
 2014 Fishbowl
 2013 A Belfast Story
Youth 1
 2013 Two Dogs Caged (Short)
 2012 Good Vibrations
 2010 Grand Mal (Short)
 2010 Five Day Shelter
 2008 Peacefire
 2007 48 Angels
 2006/I Wilderness
 2005 The Mighty Celt
 2004 Man About Dog
Kid Leader
 2003 Song for a Raggy Boy
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 2003 Song for a Raggy Boy: Behind the Scenes (Video documentary short)
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