James Tyrone Sr.
James Tyrone Sr.Theatre includes: The Great Society (Broadway); The Weir (Donmar Warehouse); The Championship Season (Broadway); Lolita (National Theatre); Rock N Roll (Royal Court, Broadway); Uncle Varick (Royal Lyceum Edinburgh); Waiting for Godot (Royal Lyceum Edinburgh); Desire Under The Elms (Broadway); Dublin Carol (Royal Court Theatre); Skylight (Mark Taper Forum, L.A.); Art (Royale Theatre, NYC); St. Nicolas (Primary Stages, NYC and Bush Theatre, London); The Music Man (Regent’s Park, Tour); The Master Builder (Royal Lyceum Edinburgh, Riverside); King Lear/ Richard III (National Theatre). Television includes: Succession seasons 1-4 (HBO); Urban Myths – Elizabeth, Michael and Marlon (Sky); Medici: Kingdom of Gold (Big Light Productions); Penny Dreadful (Neal Street Productions); War and Peace (BBC Wales); The Slap (NBC); Scotland in a Day (Channel 4); The Game (BBC Wales); Shetland (BBC Scotland); An Adventure through Space and Time (BBC); The Curse of Edgar (Program 33); Bob Servant (BBC Scotland); Gotham (ABC); The Straits (Bala Pictures Ltd); The Sinking of Laconia (Talkback Thames); The Big C (Sony); On Expenses (BBC); The Day of the Triffids (BBC); Kings (BBC); The Take (Company/ Sky); Miss Marple (ITV); Lost and Found (NBC); The Secret of the Nutcracker (Joe Media). Film includes: Little Wing (Paramount+); The Parenting (HBO Max); The Electric State (Universal Pics); Skelly (Walk Like A Duck Entertainment); Prisoner’s Daughter (Oakhurst Entertainment); The Independent (Anonymous Content); Mending the Line (Artlmage Entertainment); The Last Right (CrossDay Productions); Separation (Yale Productions); Remember Me (Create Entertainment); The Bay of Silence (Silent Bay Productions); Strange But True; Churchill (Salon Pictures); The Etruscan Smile (Don Valley Films); Morgan (Fox UK Productions); The Anomaly (Universal Pictures); Supertroopers 2 (Broken Lizard Industries); The Jesuit (Itaca Films); Mindscape (Safran Company); Red 2 (DC Entertainment); The Campaign (Everyman Pictures); Blood (Red/ Neal Street); The Autopsy of Jane Doe (42); The Carer (Hopscotch Films); Dog Fight (Everyman Pictures); Theatre of Dreams (Messiah Pictures Limited); Edwin Boyd (Myriad Pictures); Caesar: Rise of the Apes (20th Century Fox); Pixels (Columbia Pictures).
Mary Cavan Tyrone
Mary Cavan TyroneAcademy Award nominee, Golden Globe Award, Critics’ Choice Award and Emmy Award-winning actress, Patricia Clarkson takes on roles as varied as the platforms for which she plays them. This multi-faceted approach makes her one of today’s most respected actresses.
Clarkson’s continuous innovative work in independent film earned her the 2018 British Independent Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Sally Potter’s film “The Party.” In 2010 she received rave reviews for her starring role in the award-winning romantic drama, “Cairo Time,” which put her career in the American spotlight. She won the Independent Award for Acting Excellence at the 2009 ShoWest Awards. In 2003, her role in “Pieces of April” earned her nominations for an Academy Award, Golden Globe, SAG, Broadcast Film Critics and Independent Spirit awards. The National Board of Review and the National Society of Film Critics named her Best Supporting Actress of the Year for her work in “Pieces of April” and “The Station Agent.”
She will next be seen in the artistic masterpiece and timely drama “Monica” from Andrea Pallaoro. Clarkson most recently finished filming biopic “Lilly,” playing the title role of Fair Pay activist Lilly Ledbetter, and playing the lead character in spy series “Gray.” This year has already seen her in “She Said” about the New York Times reporters who helped launch the #MeToo movement, in the role of Pulitzer-prize winning editor Rebecca Corbett.
In television, was most recently seen in the second season of AMC+/Sundance TV’s “State of the Union” alongside Brendan Gleeson, for which she won her third Emmy Award. She just completed filming television series “Gray,” in the lead role of Cornelia Gray, a CIA spy. Recent television projects include the HBO limited series “Sharp Objects” and the sixth and final season of Netflix’ “House of Cards.”
2019 garnered Clarkson the Golden Globe Award and Critics’ Choice Award for her role in HBO’s “Sharp Objects.” The same year she was also seen at the helm of the Krewe of Muses Mardi Gras Parade, she was honored with the Precious Gem Award at the Miami Film Festival, and honored with the prestigious “Crystal Globe for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to World Cinema” from the 54th annual Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
Recent films include Isabel Coixet’s “The Bookshop,” the independent film drama “Jonathan,” opposite Ansel Elgort, the final installment of the Maze Runner trilogy, the detective film “Out of Blue” based on the Martin Amis novel, in which she plays the lead character, and Sally Potter’s film “The Party,” for which she won a British Independent Film Award for her role.
In 2014 she starred alongside Sir Ben Kingsley in “Learning to Drive” directed by Isabel Coixet. The film won runner up honors for the People’s Choice Award at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and was released in August 2015 and opened to critical acclaim. Other recent films include the timely thriller “The East,” opposite Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgård, the comedy “Friends with Benefits,” in which she co-stars with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis and the Lone Scherfig directed drama, “One Day” with Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess. In 2010, she was seen in the box office hit “Easy A.”
Clarkson and the cast of “Good Night, and Good Luck.” with George Clooney and David Straithairn, received both Screen Actors Guild and Gotham Award nominations for Best Ensemble. “Far From Heaven” won her a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Supporting Actress, “All The Real Girls” won her a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, and “The Safety of Objects” earned her an Acting Prize at the Deauville Film Festival. “The Green Mile” earned Clarkson and cast (including Tom Hanks and James Cromwell) a Screen Actors Guild Best Ensemble Award nomination, and “High Art” earned her an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Supporting Actress.
Other film credits include: Martin Scorsese’s thriller “Shutter Island,” Woody Allen’s “Whatever Works” and “Vicky Christina Barcelona,” “Blind Date” with Stanley Tucci, “Elegy,” “No Reservations,” “All The King’s Men,” “Lars and the Real Girl,” “Simply Irresistible,” “The Pledge,” “Jumanji,” “Rocket Gibraltar” and “The Untouchables.”
In 2011, Clarkson was seen in Lifetime’s “Five,” an anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives directed by Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys, Demi Moore, Patty Jenkins and Penelope Spheeris. She previously guest starred in the critically acclaimed HBO series “Six Feet Under,” for which she won an Emmy in 2002 and again in 2006.
In December 2014, Clarkson returned to Broadway, after a 25-year hiatus from the stage, to star in “The Elephant Man,” opposite Bradley Cooper and Alessandro Nivola. Following its successful run on Broadway, the cast reprised their roles on the West End at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London the following year. That year, Clarkson was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle award for “Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play” and a Tony Award nomination for her role in “The Elephant Man.”
Edmund TyroneTheatre includes: Hamlet (Park Avenue Armoury, NYC); The Winter’s Tale (La Criée, Marseille), The Tempest (Les Bouffes du Nord, Paris); The Jungle (St Ann’s Warehouse, New York; Playhouse Theatre, West End; Young Vic); Crushed Shells and Mud (Southwark Playhouse); The Glass Supper (Hampstead Theatre); Fault Lines (Hampstead Theatre); South Downs (Harold Pinter Theatre, West End and Chichester Festival Theatre).
Television includes: Star Wars: Andor (Disney+); The End of the Fucking World/ 2 (Channel 4/ Netflix); Howards End (BBC); Black Mirror (Netflix)
Film includes: Earwig (RookFilm); The Last Duel (Scott Free Productions); The French Dispatch (Fox Searchlight); Les Traducteurs (Tresor Films); Ghost Stories (Warp Films); Goodbye Christopher Robin (Fox Searchlight); Old Boys (Film4); Freak Show (Maven Pictures); Departure (Motion Group Pictures); The Imitation Game (Black Bear Pictures); X plus Y (Origin Pictures).
Alex also writes and directs. His debut short film For people in trouble, produced by Matt Damon & Ben Affleck will premiere at Tribeca this year.
James Tyrone Jr.
James Tyrone Jr.The Irish stage and screen actor Daryl McCormack is well known for his lead role in British comedy-drama Good luck to you, Leo Grande (2022) opposite Emma Thompson and directed by Sophie Hyde. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2022, and released later the same year, to critical acclaim, earning Daryl two BAFTA nominations, for EE BAFTA Rising Star and Best Lead Actor for his role as ‘Leo’, as well as Daryl and Emma a joint BIFA nomination for Best Joint Lead Performances, amongst other film and crew nominations.
Daryl studied Theatre and Performance at DIT Conservatory of Music and Drama and has been named by Screen International as one of their 2021 ‘Stars of Tomorrow’, and The Hollywood Reporter ‘Next Gen’ talent and AP Breakthrough Entertainer’s lists for 2022.
Up next for Daryl is the thriller feature The Lesson, alongside Richard E Grant and Julie Delpy for Bleecker Street.
Daryl recently wrapped filming a co-lead role in gothic thriller The Woman in the Wall, for the BBC in the UK and Showtime in US, opposite Ruth Wilson.
In August 2022, Daryl featured as Matt Claffin in Sharon Horgan’s dark comedy series, Bad Sisters which follows a group of five sisters (the Garvey’s) after their parent’s premature death, via Apple TV+.
Daryl joined the season 5 cast of Peaky Blinders (2019) as a preacher’s son, taking over the role of ‘Isaiah Jesus’ from Jordan Bolger, and returned for the 6th iteration of the BBC in February 2022.
In 2020, Daryl starred in Barnaby Thompson’s Pixie as ‘Harland McKenna’.
CathleenLouisa is best known for playing Orla McCool in the hit Channel 4 series Derry Girls.
Before commencing her training at Mountview, Louisa appeared as a series regular in Love/Hate for RTE alongside Aidan Gillen and Robert Sheehan. Further screen credits include Channel 5’s The Deceived, Discovery’s mini-series Harley and the Davidsons, Woody Harrelson’s feature film Lost in London and Amy Huberman’s RTE comedy Finding Joy.
On stage Louisa starred in the one woman show Cotton Fingers with National Theatre Wales and performed in a sell-out run at the Royal Court of Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp; a collection of new plays by Caryl Churchill.
Louisa played a leading role in the comedy/horror feature film Boys from Country Hell and in 2022, the third and final season of Derry Girls aired, to wide-spread critical acclaim.
Louisa will be playing the title role in Sally Wainwright’s highly-anticipated new Disney+ series, The Ballad of Renegade Nell. She is currently starring as Agnes in Dancing in Lughnasa at The National Theatre.