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# 202 | Gavin O'Connor | Actor/Writer

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After a little break, Fni Wrapchat is back with this brilliant episode hosted by Remie Michelle Clarke.

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Remie was joined by the brilliantly talented Gavin O'Connor

Gavin is an Irish actor best known for his work as Mackin in the hit drama Taken Down (2018). Known for his character portrayal of real-life people, Gavin took on the role of Northumbria Police Chief, Steve Neill in The Hunt for Raoul Moat (2023), as well as his critically acclaimed role of Sean Doherty opposite Aidan Gillen in Charlie (2015) . In 2016 he also took on the iconic role of Irish rebellion leader, Patrick Pearse in The Bloody Irish (2015) for PBS. He plays Murphy in The Alienist (2018) opposite Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans & Daniel Brühl for Paramount. Gavin appeared as Uthred Of East Anglia in two season's of Netflix/ MGM's hit Vikings: Valhalla (2022). He was the Earl Of Shrewsbury alongside Henry Cavill and Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the worldwide hit series The Tudors (2007) for Showtime, John McCarthy opposite Carice van Houten in French horror film Dorothy (2008) and Detective Duffy in The Front Line (2006). Gavin's first film as writer/producer Blink (2014) was nominated in World Competition at The Montreal World Film Festival. Originally from Cork, he trained at Ireland's prestigious Samuel Beckett Center at Trinity College Dublin. Gavin is also an accomplished voice-over artist having worked on several productions including Galactik Football (2006).

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