Féargal Power is a Dublin born Actor and Musician (in a previous life!) who discovered his passion for the Thespian call, somewhat later in life..
Trained in Bray Institute of Further Education Performance Art Faculty for three years ; achieving a Higher National Diploma in Acting for Theatre and Camera in 2013.
During this time at College; he made his Stage debut in Chechov’s The Cherry Orchard and never looked back.
Other plays performed during his time there include; William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice and Macbeth ; where he played the role of the doomed King Duncan.
After graduation he has featured in a variety of plays and dabbled in film acting along the way, including a production of Shakespeare’s "The Taming of the Shrew" in the Ivy Gardens Dublin ( Fortunes Fool Productions) and played a leading role in the short film "A Ferry Tale" by Kate Doyle (Born to Burn Productions) which was accepted and viewed as a entrant in DISFM Short Film Festival, 2018.
On a more personal note ; Féargal is delighted to be (a small) part of the upcoming Joker Thief Production of Tim McGillicuddy’s "The Irish Play" or (The Orphan's Birthday)