Daithi O’Suilleabhain studied drama at the Betty Ann Norton Drama College under the tutelage of Jim Culleton. He has a Solo Acting Diploma from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (London).
Theatre work includes:
Frank in “Ding Dong” at the Cork Opera House, Mr Sheehy in “The House” (Abbey Theatre, Director Conall Morrison), “In High Germany”, Bewleys Theatre, Francis in “The Lost City”, Blackbox Theatre Company at Andrews Lane Theatre
Film credits include:
Brother Eustace in “Evelyn”, directed by Bruce Beresford. Father Dunphy (the young priest) in “Angela’s Ashes”, directed by Sir Alan Parker,Sergeant Doyle in “J.J. Biker” for RTE, directed by Anne McCabe and Councillor Bartlett in “Radio Waves” for RTE, directed by Anne McCabe
Television credits include:
The Umpire in “Moone Boy”, Sky TV,The Jury Foreman in “Fair City”, Director Nicholas Prosser, The RIC man in “Rebel Heart”, Director John Strickland for the BBC & RTE, The Bogeyman in “The Mystic Knights of Tir na Nog”, for FOX Children’s TV
Daithi has been in several TV commercials which include:
General Electric for ABC Network, McDonalds ,AXA Insurance,The National Lottery, Vodafone and Spar (current).