Fionn Ó Loingsigh


Photo: Sam Irons


Simon Beresford and Daniel Albert

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Her Name Is Dir: Lydia McGuiness & Claire Byrne
Alfonso FIlms
Phoenix Park Dir: Mark Smyth
Wren Boys Dir: Harry Lighton
The Delinquent Season Dir: Mark O'Rowe
Neighbourhood Films
Cardboard Gangsters Dir: Mark O'Connor
I.T Dir: John Moore
Voltage Films
Waterloo's Warriors Dir: Ruan Magan
Tile Films
Get Up And Go Dir: Brendan Grant
Fastnet Films
Out of Here Dir: Donal Foreman
Stalker Films
What Richard Did Dir: Lenny Abrahamson
Element Films
Rhinos Dir: Shimmy Marcus
LNLI Productions


Portia Coughlan Dir: Caroline Byrne
Abbey Theatre
Conversations After Sex Dir: Tom Creed
ThisIsPopBaby / Dublin Festival
The Rehearsal, Playing The Dane Dir: Gavin Quinn
Pan Pan Theatre Company & The Abbey Theatre
The Plough and the Stars Dir: Howard Davies
The National Theatre
Juno and the Paycock Dir: Mark O'Rowe 
The Gate Theatre
Deadly Dir: Paddy Cunneen
Peacock Theatre, The Abbey Theatre
Juno and the Paycock Dir: Gemma Bodinez
Liverpool Playhouse & Bristol Old Vic
Desire Under The Elms Dir: Annie Ryan
The Corn Exchange
Disco Pigs Dir: Rosemary McKenna
Smock Alley Theatre
Bedbound Dir: Rosemary McKenna
The New Theatre
Disco Pigs Dir: Tara Robinson
DU Players
The Wonderful World of Dissocia Dir: Sara Joyce
Samuel Beckett Theatre


Witness Number Three Dir: Diarmuid Goggins
Story Films/Channel 5
Tin Star Dir: Paulette Randall
KUDOS / Sky Atlantic
Darklands Dir: Mark O'Connor
Stalker Productions / Virgin Ireland
Trigonometry Dir: Athina Rachel Tsangari
House Productions for BBC2
Broken Dir: Ashley Pearce
CTRL Dir: Brian Deane
Black Sheep Productions
Moonfleet Dir: Andy De Emmony
Sky TV
Trivia II Dir: Tom Hall
Jack Taylor: Dramatist Dir: Stuart Orme
Magma Films


Cardboard Gangsters - Nominated for Best Supporting Actor-Film at the 2018 IFTA Awards

Wren Boys - Nominated for Best Short at the 2018 BAFTAs. 


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‘…Dano (Fionn Walton, great in the loose-cannon Joe Pesci role).’- Ed Potton, The Times

‘Fionn Walton does the breakout performance thing to perfection as Dano, the weasely wannabe who never knows when to shut up.’
- Harry Guerin, RTÉ Entertainment

‘Opposite [Connors], Walton is a fizzing, unpredictable presence, half-mad with drugs and the whiff of money, impatiently waiting his chance to join the criminal big leagues.’
- John Maguire, Sunday Business Post

‘And then there’s Jay’s pill-popping right-hand man, Dano (Fionn Walton). Walton presents Dano as a volatile firecracker; comical one minute, terrifying the next.’
- Chris Wasser, Evening Herald

‘On the character of Dano, Fionn Walton steals a lot of scenes as the headstrong fool of Jason’s group. He’s got a charm that wants you to hate him, but your eyes are always drawn to him when he’s in a scene. His first scene was such a fascinating look at the kind of individuals who can be born in areas like Darndale. There is a fence between him and another character and the way the scene is framed and the way he moves he comes across as a caged lion, a dangerous creature that could bring down a lot of destruction on everyone around him, friend and foe.’
- Graham Day, Scannáin

‘Fionn Walton matches [Connors] in a role that shows his range – the introspective and melancholic Ciarán he played in ‘Out of Here’ is a world away from Dano’s wiry, twitchy, heavily tattooed wannabe. He’s the loose cannon of the group and the one that is most likely to offset Jay’s slow and steady plans to climb the ladder.’
- Gavin Burke,

‘Fionn Walton is absolutely wonderful in [Cardboard Gangsters]…such a contrast to his role in [Out of Here], which was a really quiet, well-spoken character, and he’s the complete opposite [here]…he’s really one for the future.’
- Gavin Burke, RTÉ Arena

‘In support, Fionn Walton stands out as Dano, who hides his insecurity and, ultimately, cowardice behind that cocksure and peculiarly Dublin strut. A hothead quick to take
umbrage and demand retribution, he is the weak link in the foursome and the one who ultimately sets them on the road to confrontation.’
- Philip Nolan, Irish Daily Mail

‘Fionn Walton’s explosive performance as Dano, hot-headed best friend of John Connors, hit all the marks and delighted the audience every time he appeared on screen. Walton’s portrayal of the Northside petty criminal stole the show with an intense performance that kept the audience on the edge of their seats and cracked people up with moments of skilled comedic delivery. Fionn is one to watch.’
- Conor Dowling, Film Ireland


‘a startling, physical performance by Fionn Walton (Eben)…Walton’s unsettling episodes of despair…’
-Chris Wasser, Evening Herald

‘Fionn Walton captures the naive passionate idealism of Eben.’
-Sophie Gorman, Irish Independent

‘an assured Fionn Walton’
-Peter Crawley, Irish Times

‘a superb Fionn Walton’
-Jason Coyle, Scannáin

‘Walton is excellent as the intelligent but inarticulate Ciarán’
-Declan Burke, Irish Examiner

‘[the film] wouldn’t be what it is without the restrained and mature turn from Fionn Walton.’
-Gavin Burke,


‘Fionn Walton excel[s] as Jack Clitheroe, an idealistic officer in the rebel Citizen Army’
-Ian Shuttleworth, Financial Times

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