Fiona O'Shaughnessy


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Fiona O'Shaughnessy is an actress, known for Nina Forever (2015), Utopia (2013) and Alexander (2004). See full bio »

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(2015)
Utopia Jessica Hyde
(2013-2014)
Alexander Nurse
(2004)
(2007)

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 2020 Gretel & Hansel
Mother
 2018 Finding Joy (TV Series)
Sylvia
- Letting Go (2018) ... Sylvia
 2018/II The Overcoat (Short)
Anna (voice)
 2017-2018 Striking Out (TV Series)
Meg Riley / Meg
- Episode #2.6 (2018) ... Meg Riley
- Episode #2.5 (2018) ... Meg Riley
- Episode #2.4 (2018) ... Meg Riley
- Episode #2.3 (2018) ... Meg Riley
- Episode #2.2 (2018) ... Meg Riley
 2017 Vespers (Short)
Eve
 2017/I Bluebird (Short)
Jenny
 2016 My Mother and Other Strangers (TV Series)
Sally Quinn
- God Rest You Merry (2016) ... Sally Quinn
- Vera (2016) ... Sally Quinn
- The Price (2016) ... Sally Quinn
- Stolen Waters (2016) ... Sally Quinn
- Golden Gloves (2016) ... Sally Quinn
 2016 The Living and the Dead (TV Series)
Martha Enderby / Martha Ederby
- Episode 4 (2016) ... Martha Enderby
- Episode 3 (2016) ... Martha Ederby
 2016 The Musketeers (TV Series)
Juliette
- Fool's Gold (2016) ... Juliette
 2015 The Dovekeepers (TV Mini-Series)
Offered Channa (2015)
- Night Two (2015) ... Offered Channa (2015)
- Night One (2015) ... Offered Channa (2015)
 2015 Nina Forever
Nina
 2013-2014 Utopia (TV Series)
Jessica Hyde
- Episode #2.6 (2014) ... Jessica Hyde
- Episode #2.5 (2014) ... Jessica Hyde
- Episode #2.4 (2014) ... Jessica Hyde
- Episode #2.3 (2014) ... Jessica Hyde
- Episode #2.2 (2014) ... Jessica Hyde
 2013 Poirot (TV Series)
Katrina
- The Labours of Hercules (2013) ... Katrina
 2012 Vexed (TV Series)
Sarah Stockwood
- Episode #2.5 (2012) ... Sarah Stockwood
 2010 Outcast
Niamh
 2009 Malice in Wonderland
Hooker
 2009 Mea Culpa (Short)
 2009 If I Should Fall Behind (Short)
Sharon Neeson
 2009 Songs for My Mother (Short)
The Wardrobe Mistress
 2008 Of Best Intentions (Short)
Sarah Mc Kenzie
 2008 Striapacha (TV Series)
 2007/I The Stronger (Short)
Miss Y
 2007 Nightwatching
Marita
 2007 Family (Short)
Jane
 2007 Until Death
Lucy
 2007 Trouble in Paradise (TV Series)
Síofra McShane
- If You Go Down to the Woods Today... (2007) ... Síofra McShane
- Episode #1.1 (2007) ... Síofra McShane
 2006 The Secret Language (Short)
Máthair
 2005/V Still Life (Short)
Woman
 2005 Rógairí (Short)
Leonora Rotherham
 2005 Malice Aforethought (TV Movie)
Florence
 2005 The Unusual Inventions of Henry Cavendish (Short)
Miss. Catherine Palmerston
 2004 Alexander
Nurse
 2004 Belonging (TV Movie)
Stephanie
 2004 The Halo Effect
Suzie
 2003 Goldfish Memory
Clara
 2001 Freaky Deaky 10 to 1 (Short)
 2000 Clubbing (Short)
Femme Fatale
 1999 WARLOCK III: THE END OF INNOCENCE (Video)
Kris' Friend
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She acted in Dion Boucicault's play, "The Shaughraun," at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Don Wycherley, Frank Grimes, Anita Reeves, Stephen Brennan, and Peter Daly in the cast. John McColgan was director.

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