FILM include

Dorothy (Agnes Merlet)  DM Productions ltd.

Breakfast on Pluto (Neil Jordan) – Parallel Films

Lynn in WHEN BRENDAN MET TRUDY  (Kieran Walsh) – Collins Avenue Films


Rynagh O’Grady is an Irish actress who is known for her roles of Mary O’Leary in the Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted and Minnie Kennedy in the 1999 film A Love Divided.


Work includes Voices in the Wind  – Around The World Tour. In 1991 RTÉ commissioned her to write and direct Born Bolshie, a documentary on Chloe Gibson


Theatre includes:
Voices in the Wind – International Tour

Madge in PHILADELPHIA HERE I COME! (Paddy Cunneen) -Druid Theatre, Galway & Irish tour


Rynagh O'Grady

Rynagh, an actress, playwright, and director, has appeared in numerous films: Widow’s Peak, Night Train, When Brendan met Trudy and A Love Divided. TV series and dramas include: Father Ted, The Lilac Bus, The Rector’s Wife and Tales out of School.


Rynagh O’Grady trained at the Abbey Theatre, and after working with the Abbey Company for a year left for London. She did a number of courses in England and Europe, including six months with Grotowski at his Theatre Laboratory in Poland.


Rynagh started to write and direct in the 1990s. She founded Stray Dog Productions, a professional Irish company committed to producing original provocative and innovative Theatre, Television and Film, exploring the untold stories of our time.

Rynagh O’Grady’s agent is Dennis Lyne