Deirdre will soon appear as the lead in the feature film Mandrake as well as the feature The Christmas Ball.
Recent TV credits include Angela Black, The Drowning (Ch5), Shadow and Bone (Netflix) and Miss Scarlet & the Duke (A+E Studio).
Deirdre won a Scottish BAFTA in 2017 for best actress in film for The Dark Mile.
Deirdre graduated with a degree in English Literature from the University of St. Andrews and went on to train at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Deirdre’s television and film credits include Carnival Row (Amazon), The Romanoffs (Amazon), The Frankenstein Chronicles (ITV), Vikings (History Channel), Will (TNT), Flack (Hat Trick), Man Down (Channel 4), Father Brown (BBC), Inspector George Gently (BBC), Trivia (RTE), Midsomer Murders (ITV), The Best Possible Taste (BBC 4), Breathless (ITV), Ashes to Ashes (BBC), Whitechapel (ITV), The Throne (Lemming Film), The Belly of the Bulldog (APC Tank Films), My Name is Emily (Newgrange Pictures), Otzi & the Mystery of Time (OneMore Pictures), The Dark Mile (Bridge Project One) and Hard Times (Feature Productions UK).
Theatre work includes Lika in the premier of Marina Carr’s 16 Possible Glimpses (Abbey Theatre), Jessie in The Silver Tassie (National Theatre, London), Rosalind in As You Like It (Shakespeare’s Globe), Helena in Midsummer Night’s Dream (Headlong), Daryll in The Man Who Pays The Piper (Orange Tree Theatre) and Mariana in Measure for Measure (Plymouth Theatre Royal – UK tour).
Audio drama includes Dracula and Dorian and radio for BBC includes Positive, The Lake and Cavity.
Deirdre is represented by The Artists Partnership in the U.K.