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CHARLIE MURPHY (Maggie) is an actress whose credits include To Walk Invisible directed by Sally Wainwright for BBC/PBS, the multi–award winning '71, directed by Yann Demange for Warp Films, Philomena, directed by Stephen Frears for Baby Cow/Weinstein Company and Northmen - A Viking Saga NORTHMEN directed by Claudio Fah for Elite Filmproduktion.

Murphy's television credits include "Peaky Blinders" for Tiger Aspect/BBC (currently filming), series 1 & 2 of "Happy Valley" for BBC, "Rebellion" for Element Pictures/RTE/Touchpaper, "The Last Kingdom" for Carnival/BBC, "The Village" (IFTA "Best Supporting Actress" nomination) for Company Pictures/BBC, "Quirke" for BBC/RTE, "Ripper Street" for Tiger Aspect/BBC, "Misfits" for Clerkenwell/Channel 4 and all 5 series of "Love/Hate" for Octagon/RTE/Netflix for which she twice won "Best Actress" at The Irish Film and Television Awards (2013 & 2015).

Murphy's stage work includes, for the National Theatre of Ireland/Abbey Theatre, Eliza Doolittle In "Pygmalion" ("Best Actress" / Irish Times Theatre Awards), Mark O'Rowe's "Our Few" and "Evil Days;" Enda Walsh's "Disco Pigs" at the Young Vic, Druid Theatre's "Big Maggie" and, also for Druid, "The Silvertassie" at the Lincoln Centre New York. Other productions include "Romeo and Juliet," "The Sound of Music," "Cabaret," "The Taming of the Shrew," "4.48 Psychosis," "Once a Catholic," "This is our Youth," "Anatomy of a Seagull," "The Resistible Rise of Arturo UI and the Colleen Bawn, and most recently "Arlington" by Enda Walsh at the National Theatre of Ireland and St Ann's Warehouse, NY.

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