Conor Delaney trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre,Trinity College Dublin. He is also a graduate of UCD with a B.A(Hons) in History and Sociology.
Theatre credits include the role of The O’Rahilly in ‘Unsung Hero’,W.B Yeats in ‘The Second Coming’ (Fidget Feet). Sergeant Leahy in ‘The Field’ (Lane Productions), Jake in ‘Stones in His Pockets’ (Lane Productions), Adam in ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ (Creaking Door Productions), Captain Brennan ‘The Plough and the Stars’ (Abbey Theatre tour), Quinness in ‘I Keano’ (Lane productions), Miles in ‘The Drawer Boy’ (Abbey Theatre and Galway Arts festival), Edward in ‘The Buddhist of Castleknock’ (Fishamble Theatre Company), Stu Wilson and various in ‘Alone it Stands’ and David in ‘Falling out of love’ (Yew Tree Theatre).
TV and film credits include Game of Thrones (HBO), Camelot (Ecosse Films), Hidden (BBC), Unsaid (Tidal Films), Anywhere but here (Sweet Media), Jack Taylor (Magma films), Fair City (RTE), Seachtar Dearmadta (TG4/Abu).
Conor has keen interests in all sports. He trains and competes for Clonliffe Harriers Athletic club and has completed over a dozen marathons.
Conor stars in the latest James Arthur music video “Quite Miss Home” and recently completed filming Season’s 3 and 4 on Irish Crime Story for Cairde Films.