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Kathy Kiera Clarke was born in 1971 and is 53 years old now.
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Kathy Kiera Clarke - Biography
Born Belfast 1971Enterprising and vivacious actor with an undoubted stage presence, who as a teenager was a founder member of the St Louisa’s College based Marillac Theatre Company in Belfast during the late eighties.Upon leaving school she was fortunate to be cast in the title role of director Michael Winterbottom’s short lived children’s television series ‘Flash McVeigh’, first broadcast in 1990. One of her first professional stage appearances was as Rosemary, in Frank McGuinness’comedy drama ‘Factory Girls’, at the Tricycle Theatre Kilburn in 1990 and at the same venue in 1992, was in Mary O’Malley’s well travelled convent schoolgirl comedy ‘Once a Catholic’.She appeared in many productions with the Glasgow Citizens Theatre during the nineties, making her debut there in ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde’ in 1993 and the same year, in her first television role, played schoolgirl Bernadette Brennan, in the one season comedy drama series ‘Head Over Heels’.She received good notices appearing as Leonora D’Este, in Goethe’s ‘Torquato Tasso’, a Glasgow Citizens production at the Royal Lyceum Theatre during the1994 Edinburgh Festival and a year later was in Lurgan born Joseph Crilly’s ‘Shuttle’ at the Red Room London. One of her better stage appearances came in another Glasgow Citizens presentation ‘Media’ in 1998, in which she gave a spellbinding performance in the title role.Her feature film debut finally arrived in director Dudie Appleton’s 1999 Irish produced comedy, ‘The Most Fertile Man in Ireland’, playing Rosie in a cast which also featured James Nesbitt and Bronagh Gallagher.From 2000 she has worked steadily in film, theatre and television with mixed success, she had a small part in the Colin Bateman comedy drama, ‘Wild About Harry’ 2000, which included Margaret D’Arcy, Eileen Pollock and Tara Lynne O’Neill all in minor roles. On stage at the Lyric Belfast in 2002 she played Lady Macbeth in Prime Cut’s Production of ‘Macbeth’, with Stephen Scott in the title role and also that year had a medial role in Paul Greengrass’ acclaimed film ‘Bloody Sunday’. In 2003 she landed another choice part, this time in Owen McCafferty’s, ‘Scenes From The Big Picture,’ a National Theatre production on the Cottesloe stage where she shared the plaudits with a marvellous mainly Ulster born cast and on television played Una, the exasperated partner of Ciaran McMenamin’s Ta McKeown, in the short lived but popular West Belfast set comedy series ‘Pulling Moves’.In 2004 she had a leading role opposite Michael McElhatton in Conor McPherson’s superior work, ‘Shining City’ at the Royal Court, which later transferred to Dublin’s Gate Theatre and that year played Elizabeth Gibson, in Pete Travis’ commendable television film, ‘Omagh’.Kathy Kiera Clarke’s screen projects have not matched the many stage successes she has accumulated in the last fifteen years and from 2005 has managed only a handful of screen roles. She did land a regular role in the Irish produced drama series ‘Proof ‘ in 2005 and had a co-starring role as Agnes in another local production, Niall Heery’s black comedy, ‘Small Engine Repair’ 2007.Kathy Kiera Clarke’s screen persona has struggled to co-exist with her natural theatre playing ability, but will no doubt have other opportunities to correct this dubious imbalance.