Ciarán McGlynn

Ciarán is an Irish actor and graduate of The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin.


He made his screen debut in the feature film ‘Love Rosie’ (Canyon Creek Films) playing the role of Dick alongside Lily Collins. His other well known screen credits include; 'Conversations with Friends (Hulu, 2021), multi-award winning TV series ‘Vikings’ (History Channel), internationally acclaimed physiological thriller ‘Muse’ (Filmax International) directed by Jaume Balaguero, lead role of Killian in ‘Goldfish’ (Studio 8 Labs), Mike in the comedy short ‘Swipe at first sight’ (I.C. Films) directed by award winning Kevin De la Isla O’Neill, lead Sheamus in the award winning short ‘Son Rise’ (DKIT), Jack in the feature length ‘Parallel Eon’ (DZ Productions), Gabe in Canadian short film ‘Garbiel & Michael’ (Worked Films) and ‘Millions’ (Millions Productions) directed by Andrew Chung.


​Theatre credits include; a national tour playing Alan in Jack Harte's acclaimed ‘Language of a Mute’, directed by Liam Halligan, Clayton in Speckintime's sell out run of ‘The Art of Wedlock’, directed by Matthew Ralli, George Wilson in ‘The Great Gatsby’ and George Loomis in The Breakaway project's ‘It Came From Mars’ by Joseph Zettelmaier. In 2017 Ciarán teamed up with AboutFACE Theatre Company, performing in their highly successful Newvember plays festival.


Ciarán divides his time between acting and writing. He is currently developing a script for a short film with plans to go into production later this year and is working on a new play by Aaron Weissman which is set for production. He is also working on a children’s novel.