Kwaku Fortune plays Personality Bingo with Tom Moran
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Kwaku Fortune holds a Bachelor in Acting degree from The Lir Academy at Trinity College Dublin (in partnership with RADA). He is currently appearing in The Ark production of PEAT, directed by Tim Crouch.
His most recent credits include the role of Julian in Sophie Hyde’s forthcoming feature ANIMALS and the role of Eli in ASKING FOR IT by Louise Neill (Adapted by Meadhbh McHugh in collaboration with Annabelle Comyn) for Landmark Productions at the Abbey Theatre.
Screen credits include the the role of Finn in Aoife McArdle’s feature KISSING CANDICE (which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival 2017), Noel in Alan Dunne’s short film IDLE, BIBLE STUDIES directed by Graham Bollard, in which he played the role of John, the role of Aden in Wu Tsang’s TIED AND TRUE, Rob Clarke’s DIT short THE DAY AFTER YESTERDAY, 13 STEPS DOWN directed by Marek Losey for ITV and the RTÉ series THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING WHATEVER, directed by Rob and Ronan Burke, in which he played the lead role of Tobi.
Other theatre credits include the role of Dara Mood in Marina Carr’s ON RAFTERY’S HILL, directed by Catriona McLaughlin at the Abbey and the lead role of Patrick in PLAYBOYZ, a re-imagining of JM Synge’s Playboy of the Western World written and directed by Martin Sharry as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2017.
Kwaku’s credits with The Lír include THE SKRIKER and BUDDLEIA , both directed by Tom Creed, THE CRADLE WILL ROCK directed by Wayne Jordan, GIVEN THE DAY, which he also co-devised with director Louise Lowe, BY THE BOG OF CATS directed by Selina Cartmell, AGAMEMNON directed by Wayne Jordan, AS YOU LIKE IT and THE PETTY BOURGEOIS both directed by Hilary Wood and UNCLE VANYA directed by David Horan.
Kwaku is based in Dublin.