McGrathJane CV March12.pdf [CV, 219KB]
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Jane was last seen on stage in Pan Pan Theatre’s production of Eliza’s Adventures in the Uncanny Valley as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival.
Jane most recently appeared in The Moonstone, a mini-series for the BBC. Prior to this she became a household name as a leading regular character, Garda Sharon Cleere, in TV3’s hugely successful recurring drama series RED ROCK produced by Element Films, for which she was nominated for an IFTA for Best Female Performance in a Television Series.
Other recent FILM/TV appearances include the role of Sissy in Game of Thrones Season 4 (HBO), Says (short), Quirke (BBC) opposite Gabriel Byrne, Silent Witness (BBC), the mini-series Amber for RTE (dir: Thaddeus O’Sullivan), The First Wave (short), The Stag (dir: John Butler), The Tree (short) opposite Mark Doherty, in a leading role in the independent feature film Black Ice directed by Johnny Gogan at the Galway Film Fleadh 2013, for which she was nominated for an IFTA for Best Leading Actress and Portrait of a Zombie. Jane also worked with Jim Sheridan on the Dream House project. She has appeared in a major role in Pure Mule The Last Weekend, directed by Declan Recks for Samson Films
On the stage, Jane appeared in Aristocrats directed by Patrick Mason in the Abbey Theatre and Little Women in the Gate Theatre. Jane appeared in Four Last Things by Lisa Tierney-Keogh, directed by Garrett Keogh for the Dublin Theatre Festival Fringe for which she was nominated for a Best Female Performer Award. She also appeared in Pineapple by Philip McMahon, directed by Darren Thornton in the Dublin Theatre Festival.
Jane appeared as Cécile de Volanges in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Gate Theatre. She appeared as both Sebastian and Viola in Twelfth Night directed by Valerie O’Connor for Shakespeare in the Park, Dublin. Jane appeared in Guna Nua’s acclaimed production of the new play Chicane directed by Paul Meade in several Dublin theatres and on national tour.