This site is dedicated to the Irish Actress Catherine Crowley
Since a young age, Catherine has always adored performing for friends and family. However it wasn't until she started University that she really began to step out of her comfort zone. As well as going to University, she attended Speech and Drama classes in the School of Music to hone her skills.
In 2008, Catherine received a Diploma from Trinity Guildhall London, and in 2011 she got her Associateship in teaching Speech and Drama from the Victoria College London (both with distinctions).
During her time in the School of Music, Catherine won a number of awards, and a scholarship. It was also there where she met director and fellow actor Peadar Donoghue who she has worked with on several different shows including: Suicide Notes (2007-2008); Love is...Shakespeare (2009); Waiting for Lefty (2011)
Catherine appeared in the World premier of Frisco 67 (2009) written by Neil O'Sullivan. Where she played the hilarious Mary Margaret.
As well as appearing on the stage, Catherine has also acted for film. Most recently playing the lead female, Louise, in Dan O'Connell's short Baby Boots (2011) which was screened in the Cannes Film Festival 2011.
Other film credits include: The Eclipse (2008); Éalú2 (2009); Festival of Nothingness (2010); Flipping Channels (2010); Partly Cloudy (2012); You Know the Words (2012); The Way Through (2012); The Handsome Shadows (2013).