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Faoileann Cunningham

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Faoileann Cunningham is a London based Irish Actor from Cork.

She is a fluent Gaelic speaker and an accomplished singer.

Faoileann trained at RADA on the three year BA acting programme. Her most recent credits include the role of Ryl in 'The Witcher: Blood Origin' (Netflix), Kormlöth in Robert Eggers’ feature 'The Northman', and performing Karen Cogan’s monologue 'Turkey Sausage Roll' for Manchester HOME’s online festival of new work (Summer 2020).

On stage, she most recently played the roles of Sylvie & Georgette in 'Amélie' directed by Michael Fentiman at The Other Place on the West End, following a tour across the UK and Ireland.

Other recent credits include 'Scotties' directed by Muireann Kelly for Theatre Gu Leor, 'Ulysses' directed by Graham McLaren for the Abbey Theatre (Ireland’s National Theatre), and the role of Reza in 'Once' directed by John Tiffany from the script by Enda Walsh.

Faoileann will soon be seen in a leading role in HBO MAX Series 'Dune: The Sisterhood'.