DOMHNALL GLEESON (Tim) was chosen as
one of Variety's 10 Actors to
Watch in 2012 and was named
a Breakthrough Performer at
the Hamptons International
Film Festival. Gleeson most
recently completed filming
Lenny Abrahamson's Frank,
in which he plays the lead role
of Jon, alongside Michael
Fassbender. He will next play
Caleb in Alex Garland's Ex Machina.
Gleeson's recent projects include Charlie Brooker's
TV miniseries Black Mirror for Channel 4 and Joe
Wright's Anna Karenina, alongside Keira Knightley,
Jude Law and Alicia Vikander.
Gleeson's other projects include Tom Hall's
critically acclaimed Sensation; Pete Travis' Dredd;
James Marsh's Shadow Dancer; the Coen brothers'
True Grit, opposite Jeff Bridges and Josh Brolin;
Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go, alongside Carey
Mulligan and Andrew Garfield; Ian Fitzgibbon's
Perrier's Bounty; and David Yates' Harry Potter and
the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Part 2. His additional
film work includes HBO Films' A Dog Year, opposite
Jeff Bridges; Studs; Boy Eats Girl; and the Oscar-
winning short Six Shooter.
Gleeson's theater work includes Selina Cartmell's
Macbeth, Alan Stanford's Great Expectations, Wilson
Milam's Chimps, Garry Hynes' Well of the Saints,
Patrick Mason's She Stoops to Conquer at the Abbey
Theatre and Mark Brokaw's American Buffalo at the
Gleeson's television credits include John Butler's
Your Bad Self, for which Gleeson also served as part of
the writing team, and Kieran Carney's The Last Furlong.
In 2006, Gleeson was nominated for a Tony Award
in the category of Best Featured Actor in a Play for
the Broadway production of Milam's The Lieutenant
of Inishmore. Other honors for the same role include
a Lucille Lortel Award nomination for Outstanding
Featured Actor and a Drama League Citation for
Excellence in Performance. Gleeson won an Irish Film
and Television Academy Award for his performance in
Nicholas Renton's When Harvey Met Bob, in which he
starred as Sir Bob Geldof, opposite Ian Hart as Harvey
Goldsmith. Gleeson was named Shooting Star at the
2011 Berlin International Film Festival.
In addition to acting, Gleeson is a writer/director
whose short film, Noreen, was featured at the 2011
Tribeca, Boston, San Francisco and Newport Beach
film festivals. Gleeson's father, Brendan, and brother,
Brian, co-star alongside Gleeson in the film.