Kate O’Flynn is an award-winning British screen and stage star.
Kate’s theatre credits include all of it, the end of history…, Anatomy of a Suicide, The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas, A Miracle – all at the Royal Court; The Two Character Play (Hampstead); Grey Man (& Channel 4), The Trial (Young Vic); [BLANK] (Donmar); One for the Road/Mountain Language/Ashes to Ashes (West End); The Glass Menagerie (West End/Edinburgh International Festival); A Taste of Honey, Port (National); Lungs, The Sound of Heavy Rain (Paines Plough/Crucible, Sheffield); Marine Parade (ETT); The Whisky Taster (Bush); House of Special Purpose (Chichester Festival); See How They Run, The Children’s Hour (Royal Exchange, Manchester).
Her TV work includes: Henpocalypse!, My Lady Jane, Everyone Else Burns, Landscapers, Close to Me, Shakespeare and Hathaway, Brexit, No Offence, Wanderlust, Doctor Thorne, Not You Again, Ordinary Lies, New Tricks, Room at the Top, Playhouse Presents: The Snipist, Above Suspicion, The Syndicate, The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, Kingdom, The Palace, Trial & Retribution.
On film, Kate has appeared in movies including Peterloo, Bridget Jones’ Baby, Mr. Turner, Up There, Happy Go Lucky.
Kate’s award wins include: The Clarence Derwent Award for Best Female in a Supporting Role (The Glass Menagerie); Manchester Evening Standard Award for Best Newcomer, TMA Award for Best Supporting Actress (The Children’s Hour); Critics’ Circle Award for Most Promising Newcomer (Port).