Jeremiah O’Connor

Cork native Jeremiah O’Connor moved from Archaeology to Acting when he arrived in London to train at Drama Studio London. His theatre credits include an energetic run as Lucky in Waiting For Godot at the Cockpit theatre, a charismatic Satan in The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot,  Clowne in A Winters Tale, and two runs as Nigel in the improvised immersive speed dating comedy A Date To Remember.

Most recently Jeremiah joined the Travesties understudy company in the Apollo Theatre where he swapped between the anarchic creativity of Tristan Tzara and the dignified avant garde rhetoric of James Joyce.

On screen Jeremiah has appeared in the BBC’s Call The Midwife, the feature film MLE, and in a large number of short films including The Order, Appy Birfday, Hang, Sitting and Foxes On The Underground.

Jeremiah keeps a blog of all his random goings on at http://jeremiahsstrangetimes.blogspot.co.uk/ and can be found at @MysteryFedora on Twitter.