Silent Grace
principal cast  

ORLA BRADY as Eileen
Orla's film credits include A Love Divided for which she was nominated IFTA Best Actress Award; Lurzin Defense, directed by Marleen Gorris and Words Upon the Window Pane, directed by Mary McGuckian. Orla's theatre credits include, Blinded by the Sun, directed by Ron Daniels at the National Theatre and Playboy of the Western World, directed by Robert Delamore at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Her television credits include Leprechauns, directed by John Henderson and Pure Wickedness BBC, directed by Harry Hook and most recently Servants, for BBC.

Cathleen's film credits include, About Adam, directed by Gerry Stembridge, Eureka Street, directed by Aiden Shergold and The Closer you Get, directed by Aileen Ritchie. Theatre credits include Riders to the Sea at the Playhouse, Derry and Playboy of the Western World at the Balor Theatre.

CARA SEYMOUR as Margaret
Cara's previous film credits include Dancer in the Dark and American Psycho and Adaptation. Theatre credits include Now and at the Hour of our Death, which won the Time Out award for Best New Play in 1988, the Broadway play, Goose Pimples, for which she received the Drama Desk Nomination - Outstanding Featured Actress in a play and Ecstasy, which won an Obie Award.

Dawn is a Tony Award nominated Best Actress in a featured role for The Lonesome West, Broadway 1998. She won the Best Supporting Actress at the 1997 Irish Times/ESB Theatre award for The Lonesome West, directed by Gary Hynes. Dawn's film credits include Disco Pigs, directed by Kirsten Sheridan, Sweety Barrett, directed by Stephen Bradley. Television credits include Ballykissangel, Rebel Heartt and Making the Cut. Theatre credits include The Asylum Ball, The Calypso Theatre and The Tempest, directed by Conall Morrison at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin.

CONOR MULLEN as Cunningham
Conor's previous film credits include Saltwater, directed by Conor McPherson Ordinary Decent Criminals, directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan, The Hunted, directed by Denis Lewiston, Television credits include Badger, directed by Tom Clegg, Reckless, directed by David Richards and Soldier Soldier, directed by Chris King. Theatre credits include Closer at the Peacock Theatre, Dublin, directed by Simon Magill, This Lime Tree Bower at the Bush, directed by Conor McPherson.

ROBERT NEWMAN as Father McGarry
Formerly of the comedy duo, The Marywhitehouse Experience and subsequently, one-half of Newman and
Baddiel.. Robert premiered his stand-up comedy show Resistance is Futile at the Edinburugh Fringe Festival
in August 2000 which was followed by a 'live' video release. Robert is now a successful author of Dependence and Manners.

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