Anthony came to acting late in life and as a result he has a fountain of knowledge to delve into, He is a qualified chef spending six years working in a number of exclusive restaurants throughout the world. When he returned to Ireland he talked himself into a job selling furniture, at the funeral of his fathers uncle, Anthony discovered he was related to the late David Kelly. After speaking with David he was convinced acting was his calling. He has dedicated himself to acting ever since. In 1998 he started a three year Diploma in Performance for Screen and Theatre in Liberties College, Dublin. Since then he has honed his skills with Advanced and Masterclass courses in film acting with Vinny Murphy and Terry McMahon, respectively. After completing college, Tony started off with smaller roles in feature films such as 'Veronica Geurin' and 'About Adam' as well as a long list of leading roles in short films such as 'Tango in D Minor' and 'Interrogation Room'.Other credits include a lead role in the TV docu-drama 'Death or Canada' (Tile Productions) 'On God's Mission' (Tyrone Productions). Anthony always sites the award winning feature film 'Charlie Cassanova'(Terry McMahon), as one of his most important projects of his career to date. He has since worked with Terry again on his other award winning feature Patrick's Day released in 2014. He has had lead role in a number of features and shorts including the award winning feature The Late Men (Van Poynton)and the award winning short Unfold( Steven Daly), other credits include Cold directed by Eoin Macken staring Tom Hopper and Jack Raynor.His Television credits include a long run in the popular Irish soap Fair City where he played the bad boy character Collie, he still gets stopped in the streets of Dublin and asked if he is as bad as his character. His future projects include the feature film The Wake and The Legend of Harry and Ambrose' to Shoot in September.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|The Lodgers||September 8, 2017|