Actor and writer Lewis Magee is best known in his comedic role of Spuddie in RTE’s hit TV series Damo & Ivor.
Klara McDonnell has trained with Film Venture London, The Applied Art of Acting and The Agni Actors Studio.
Brendan is a classically trained baritone who performs widely in Ireland and internationally, and features regularly on TV and radio.
Thelma Madine is the star of Channel 4’s Big Fat Gypsy Weddings and Thelma’s Gypsy Girls.
Lisa Harding is a highly experienced and motivated voice-over artist, with campaigns including Three mobile, Sky, Lufthansa, Oil of Olay, Penguin books and much more.
Dr. Jonathan Creasy is an author, editor, publisher, teacher and musician.
His best-known work is The Black Mountain Letters, a book of poems and essays published in 2016 by Dalkey Archive Press.
Anthony Murphy is one of Ireland’s most talented screen actors, with a starring role in TV’s Fair City.
Best known for her long-running role in RTE’s Fair City series, Aisling O’Neill is a highly sought-after film, television and theatre actress.
Brendan Marc Scully is one of Ireland’s top celebrity stylists and fashion show producers.
Natalie Baker is a presenter working throughout Ireland and the UK, covering topics such as celebrity gossip, music, fashion and shopping.
Radio and TV presenter Dave Cronin is one of the most exciting new voices of his generation.
Geraldine O’Callaghan burst onto the media scene in 2009, battling her way to the final of The Apprentice.
Shahira is a well-known Irish model who has attracted the attention of both national and international media.
Brid Deery is best known as a presenter of motorsport television programmes, broadcast on TV3, TG4 and Sky Sports.
Gary Brennan is a television presenter, a musician, a journalist and a voiceover artist.
Marc is one of Ireland’s best-known voice-actors; distinctive, dynamic and memorable. His rich, sonorous voice can be heard both nationally and internationally on numerous TV / Radio commercials, promos and documentaries.
Tim, a former Irish basketball captain, and multi-capped international, is the voice of basketball on the national broadcaster, famed for his knowledgeable and enthusiastic commentaries, punctuated by his catchphrase “Downnnn-townnn!” He has been RTE’s main basketball commentator/analyst for more than two decades.
Yvonne Joye is an author and journalist, contributing to The Irish Independent, The Examiner, The Sunday World and the Daily Mirror. She is also a weekly columnist with The Kerryman, penning the unique column – the “Joyes of Life”. In addition, she is a broadcaster and regular contributor to “The Morning Show” (TV3) TVAM (TV3), Midday (TV3) and Today (RTE).