LIV O'DONOGHUE /ACTOR
Liv O'Donoghue is an actor based in Dublin. She started out at The National Performing Arts School (The Factory) in Dublin, before moving to the UK to pursue a training in dance and performance. Since graduating, Liv has worked with a number of theatre directors and choreographers, touring across Europe, the USA and Australia. Since turning her focus to acting in 2015, Liv has been a core collaborator with Dead Centre, originating the role of Josephine in Lippy in 2013. Lippy has toured extensively since then, including The Traverse (Edinburgh), Young Vic (London), Abrons Arts Centre (New York) and the Schaubuehne (Berlin), among others. She most recently played the role of Gloria in The Patient Gloria directed by John McIlduff for the Dublin Theatre Festival. The show then toured to the Traverse Theatre for the Edinburgh Fringe where it won both a Herald Angel award and a Scotsman Fringe First. There are further dates in the pipeline for 2020. Liv is currently developing two new short films with directors Maeve Stone and Alex Gill and is studying under Helena Walsh voice coach.