Cast biographies

Writer Lisa McGee


Lisa is a stage and screenwriter from Derry in Northern Ireland. She created the award winning Irish Television Series Raw (Ecosse films / RTE 1 2008 – 2013). Other television credits include, The White Queen ( Company pictures / BBC1), Being Human Series 2, 3 AND 4 (Touchpaper/ BBC3), The Things I haven't told you ( Tiger Aspect/ BBC3). Her Stageplay Jump was adapted into a feature film and released in April 2013 ( Northern Ireland Screen). Theatre Credits include The Heights ( National Theatre London, connections) ,Nineteen Ninety Two ( The Abbey Theatre, Dublin), Jump ( the Exchange Theatre, New York / Live Theatre Newcastle, and Girls and Dolls ( Steward Parker award winner, Susan Smith Blackburn runner up, Irish theatre award nominated). She was writer on attachment with The National theatre London in 2006. Lisa is currently developing a thriller for BBC Northern Ireland.

Kerr Logan - Conor


Kerr was born in Dundonald Northern Ireland, but moved to England aged 12. When he was 18 he got accepted into the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and graduated in the year 2010. Kerr’s theatre credits include: White Star of the North for the Belfast Lyric and Vincent River (Prime Cut Productions). For Television, Kerr played the role of Matthos Seaworth in the critically acclaimed Game of Thrones (HBO) and the role of Luke in Irish drama Six Degrees (Sterling Television). On the big screen Kerr played the role of Feargal Sharkey in Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn's Good Vibrations (Revolution Films).

Sinťad Keenan - Bronagh


Sinéad's first role was in 1999, when she was cast as the teenage girlfriend of Cillian Murphy in the film, Sunburn. As well as a number of roles in Ireland Keenan then went on to have guest roles in Murder City, Taggart and Doctors. She also starred in the films Conspiracy of Silence and Trouble with Sex, before landing the role of Kelly Hawkins in ITV's Moving Wallpaper, which ran for two series. Sinéad is best known for playing Nina Pickering in Toby Whithouse's Being Human in which she starred for 3 years. Following her success in Being Human, Keenan has had guest roles in Victoria Wood's Mid Life Christmas, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Silent Witness and David Tennant's final episodes of Doctor Who. In 2012 Sinéad was also a regular on the second series of Lip Service on BBC3.

Peter Campion  Packy


Peter trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Since Graduating in 2009 he has enjoyed a number of roles in both theatre and television. His theatre credits include 'The White Guard' at the National Theatre directed by Howard Davies, and 'Purve' at the Abbey Theatre directed by Roisin McBrinn. Television credits include, RTÉ's 'Love Hate' opposite Robert Sheehan and Aidan Gillen, RTÉ's 'Raw' and BBC Ireland's '6 Degrees'.

Kat Reagan  Niamh


Belfast born Kat studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, following the completion of a BA at Queens. She graduated with a PG Dip in Musical Theatre in 2009 and her next theatre performance was at Belfast’s MAC theatre, where Kat played Marcy Parks in ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ last April and May. In her spare time Kat enjoys competitive Céilí dancing with the Mulvenna senior ladies team. She loves listening to trad music and often brings her voice along to sessions with friends.