Interview: Damien Molony on television drama and being one of the gang
From parts in Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s first comedy Crashing and legal drama The Split, to Brassic, which follows a group of lads in northern England, Kildare native Damien Molony is carving out a varied and interesting career in British television comedy and drama
“I was doing a reading with [British comedian] Kathy Burke a couple of weeks ago and she joked, ‘look at you, working with all the best women’,” says Damien Molony.
She’s not wrong. Since moving from Dublin to London in 2008, it’s par for Molony’s course to meet up with Burke, appear as the love interest of writer-actor Roisin Conaty in GameFace, and in taking the male lead in Crashing, securing solid...
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