Cara’s passion for performance began at Cork School of Music Youth Theatre. She then moved to Dublin to study Acting at Trinity College. Since graduating Cara has been fortunate enough to work around Ireland and abroad.
Her screen work includes MAYA, a Screen Ireland funded film directed and written by Sophia Tamburinni which premiered in the Cork Film Festival. Along with parts in RTE’s The Clinic, the feature film Soulsmith, short films such as Cut Me Deep, Scratch and various music videos and televisions ads.
Cara has had the pleasure of working with Brokentalkers and junk ensemble, Dick Walsh Theatre, Conflicted Theatre Cork and many others. She frequently work with Graham Whybrow in The Lir when he requires actors to assist in the development of scripts for the MFA in Playwriting.
Cara’s collaboration and development work includes “One Day” (Dick Walsh Theatre, Smock Alley) “The Blue Boy” (Brokentalkers & junk ensemble) “The Ventriloquist” (Philip Doherty) and “Twilight of Illusion” (Roxanna Nic Liam)
As a voice over artist, she has voiced many campaigns such as the ‘Ireland 2016’ centenary celebrations, Lidl Proudly Supporting Ladies Gaelic Football, Irish Rail, Spotify and many more.
Bachelor in Acting Studies, Trinity College Dublin
The Program Full Time Screen Acting Course, The Factory/Bow Street
Lorraine Brennan Management