BRÍAN F. O’BYRNE
(George). Tony Award®
-winning, Irish actor Brían F. O’Byrne was nominated for an Emmy®
this past year for his work opposite Kate Winslet in Todd Hayne’s Mildred Pierce
for HBO. On television, O’Byrne starred with Mario Bello in "Prime Suspect" for ABC, as well as the critically acclaimed Showtime series "Brotherhood" and ABC’s "FlashForward."
His starring film credits include Sony Picture’s The International
, directed by Tom Tykwer, and Antoine Fuqua’s Brooklyn’s Finest.
His other film credits include: Bug, No Reservations, Before The Devil Knows You're Dead, The New World, Million Dollar Baby, Bandits, An Everlasting Piece
and The Grey Zone
On Broadway, O’Byrne won the Tony for his portrayal of a murderous pedophile in 2004’s Frozen
. O’Byrne last starred in Tom Stoppard's groundbreaking trilogy, The Coast of Utopia,
directed by Jack O'Brien for which he received his fifth Tony nomination. In addition to his nomination for The Coast of Utopia,
O'Byrne has received Tony nominations for The Lonesome West, The Beauty Queen of Leenane
. O'Byrne received his fourth consecutive Drama Desk Award nomination for Utopia
(won for Doubt
) and is also the recipient of the Outer Critics Circle Award for Doubt
, the Obie Award for Frozen
and the Lucille Lortel Award for Frozen
. O’Byrne credits his training at the Samuel Beckett Center, Trinity College in Dublin for his many successes.