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Admin30.06.2021

Marcella Plunkett [actor] : The Lisa Richards Agency

Marcella appeared in a leading role in SWANSONG: STORY OF OCCI BYRNE an Independent Irish Feature Film directed by Conor McDermottroe.
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Admin06.09.2021

Cinderella (1999)

Born in Wicklow, Marcella Plunkett has worked extensively in theatre, television and film in the UK and Ireland.
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Admin02.09.2021

Marcella Plunkett

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Admin03.07.2021

Marcella Plunkett

Theatre credits include: EXILES and ARISTOCRATS National Theatre, London PHAEDRA Donmar Warehouse , SHADOW OF A GUNMAN Lyric, Belfast , THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS Gaiety Theatre, Dublin , and MACKEREL SKY Red Kettle, Waterford.
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Admin01.08.2021

Marcella Plunkett Mineral Rights

But he causes the other guys to do inexplicable things as well, which sparks a reaction in us and allows for a bit of depth, especially for Scott in the meatiest role.
Admin08.08.2021

Marcella Plunkett

Continue reading: Fionnan is the sensitive sort who's filled with excitement about his upcoming nuptials to partner Ruth.
Admin22.07.2021

Marcella Plunkett [actor] : The Lisa Richards Agency

When Ruth insists best man Davin take him on an outdoor adventure up a mountain for their bachelor's weekend, Fionnan is horrified but eventually agrees that he may enjoy a trek in the great outdoors.
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Admin02.07.2021

Marcella Plunkett

Instead, he attempts to deter him from coming along with a weird voicemail but, alas, he makes his presence known as he repeatedly brings trouble raining down on them on their journey.
Admin15.08.2021

Cinderella (1999)

Continue: It's usually the bride that enjoys organising every little detail for their wedding, but in Ruth and Fionnan's relationship, planning the nuptials has become the only thing that guarded perfectionist Fionnan thinks about.
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Admin07.07.2021

Marcella Plunkett

Most recently Marcella appeared as Sister James in the London Premiere of DOUBT directed by Nicolas Kent at the Tricycle Theatre, London.
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