Judith Roddy

Judith Roddy trained at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin.

At the National: TranslationsThe Plough and the Stars, The Silver Tassie

On Broadway: A Particle of Dread 

Other theatre includes: Danse and Morob for TheEmergencyRoom at Project Arts Centre, Dublin; Knives in Hens at the Donmar Warehouse; All That Fall at the Barbican; A Doll’s House (as Nora), The Seagull, The Rehearsal and Playing the Dane for Pan Pan at the Lyric, Belfast; A Particle of Dread (Oedipus Variations) and Sam Shepard Short Stories for Field Day; Conversations on a Homecoming and A Whistle in the Dark for Druid; Days of Wine and Roses at Everyman; Blackbird for Decadent; Big Love, The Dandy Dolls Trilogy, The Wolf of Winter and The Wild Duck (Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress) at Peacock; The Wonderful World of Dissocia for Calypso; Skyroad at Theatre Royal Waterford; Cruel and Tender and Further than the Furthest Thing for Project; Juno and the Paycock at the Grand Opera House Belfast; The Constant Wife at the Gate, Dublin; Twelfth Night (as Viola) at Classic Stage Ireland; Drama at Inish and A Doll’s House at the Abbey; My Children! My Africa! for Gallowglass.

Judith Roddy is a member of Field Day Company.

Derry Girls, Rig 45, The Fall, Love is the Drug and Over the Wall.

Darklands, Dead Long Enough and Out of Innocence.

An System NUA, Lot’s Mother-in-Law and Cuts.

Audio includes: All That Fall and Doctor Who.

– Playing the Dane (Irish Times Theatre Award Best Actress nomination)

– The Wild Duck (Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress)


(Published October 2019. Photo: Claire Newman-Williams)