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Conor MacNeill (I)


Conor MacNeill was born in 1988 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. He is an actor, known for Five Minutes of Heaven (2009), City of Ember (2008) and Fifty Dead Men Walking (2008). See full bio »

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 2014 Spitball (Short) (post-production)
James
 2012 StandUp (Short) (completed)
Richard
 2014 Orthodox
Young Shannon
 2014 Scúp (TV Series)
Gerry
- Episode #2.6 (2014) ... Gerry
- Episode #2.5 (2014) ... Gerry
- Episode #2.4 (2014) ... Gerry
- Episode #2.3 (2014) ... Gerry
- Episode #2.2 (2014) ... Gerry
 2013 Coming Up (TV Series)
Eddie
- Call It a Night (2013) ... Eddie
 2012 Cowboys and Dissidents (Short)
Roy
 2012 Good Vibrations
Schoolboy Executive
 2012 Saving the Titanic (TV Movie)
Frank Bell
 2011 Stand Off
Sox
 2010/III Parked
Youth
 2010/II Latte (Short)
 2010 Richer Than Roses (Short)
Paul
 2009 Cherrybomb
Fanta
 2008 City of Ember
Student
 2008 Fifty Dead Men Walking
Frankie (as Connor McNeill)
 2008 Peacefire
Pots
 2004 Pulling Moves (TV Series)
Hood in Taxi
- The Pirate and the Choirboys (2004) ... Hood in Taxi (as Conor O'Neill)

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Other Works:

Played Archie in 'The Weather Watchers' by Bernie McGill - Cahoots Ni (Irish tour) (2006) See more »

Alternate Names:

Connor McNeill | Conor McNeill | Conor O'Neill
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Was Nominated for 'Best Supporting Actor' at the 2010 'Irish Times - Irish Theatre Awards'. See more »

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