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Maire O'Neill (II)

Maire O'Neill is an actress, known for The Abduction Club (2002), Cry of the Innocent (1980) and Belonging to Laura (2009). See full bio »
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Known For

The Abduction Club
The Abduction Club Elderly lady
(2002)
Cry of the Innocent
Cry of the Innocent Hotel manageress
(1980)
Belonging to Laura
Belonging to Laura Aunt Caroline
(2009)
The Rafters
The Rafters Actress
(2012)

Filmography

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 2012 Hannah Cohen's Holy Communion (Short)
Woman in Church
 2012 The Rafters
 2009 Belonging to Laura
Aunt Caroline
 2006 Bachelors Walk Christmas Special (TV Movie)
Lilly Quinn
 2004 The Clinic (TV Series)
Mrs. Ryan
- Episode #2.8 (2004) ... Mrs. Ryan
 2002 Up the Country (Short)
 2002 Bobbie's Girl (TV Movie)
Dr. Hamilton
 2002 The Abduction Club
Elderly lady
 2001 Bachelors Walk (TV Series)
Michael's Mother
- Episode #1.4 (2001) ... Michael's Mother
 2001 Ballykissangel (TV Series)
Mrs. Forbes
- In a Jam (2001) ... Mrs. Forbes
 2000 Trí Scéal (TV Series)
Bridie
 1996 Upwardly Mobile (TV Series)
Annabella
- Pam's Mother (1996) ... Annabella
 1996 The Governor (TV Series)
Female Watchdog Rep
- Episode #2.1 (1996) ... Female Watchdog Rep
 1985 The Irish R.M. (TV Series)
Mrs. Jepson
- The Devil You Know (1985) ... Mrs. Jepson
 1980 Cry of the Innocent (TV Movie)
Hotel manageress
 1966 The Fighting Prince of Donegal
Moire's Sister
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She acted in Denis Johnston's play, "The Old Lady Says No!", at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland with Des Cave in the cast. Thomas MacAnna was the director. See more »

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