Seána Kerslake /ˈʃɔːnə ˈkərzleɪk/ is an Irish actress. She is known for portraying the role of Aisling O'Dowd in RTÉ2 comedy-drama Can't Cope, Won't Cope (2016–2018). In 2017, she was named one of sixteen young actors by Screen International as a Star of Tomorrow.
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Mar 10, 2020 · Seána Kerslake from Can't Cope Won't Cope will also feature in the new show Smother. Filming locations in Co Clare include Lahinch, Liscannor, Spanish Point, Fanore, Ennistymon and Lisdoonvarna.
Seána Kerslake is an Irish stage and screen actress. She trained with the Screen Acting Programme at The Factory in Dublin (now Bow St. Academy), Ireland, and holds a BA in Music & English from National University of Ireland in Maynooth, Ireland.
Seána Kerslake hit a new career high this year with terrifying psychological thriller, The Hole In The Ground By: Stuart Clark
Jan 17, 2019 · Seána Kerslake: "It starts with instilling confidence in young people to know that your voice is important" Can't Cope, Won't Cope star Seána Kerslake has said the film industry in Ireland is ...
Seána Kerslake is an actress, known for Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope (2016), A Date for Mad Mary (2016) and Dollhouse (2012). Seána Kerslake Bio
Seana Kerslake (Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope) is starring in The Hole in the Ground, which has been getting rave reviews and is being called Ireland’s best ever horror film. Niamh Algar was voted in the Stars of Tomorrow by Screen International and is currently shooting Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves in Cape Town.
Jul 29, 2020 · Ben Chaplin and Seána Kerslake. Mood Music was written by Joe Penhall – the writer of Olivier Award Winning Musical, Sunny Afternoon (2014) and stage plays, Blue/Orange (2000), Dumb Show (2004) and Birthday (2012). It starred Ben Chaplin, Seána Kerslake, Pip Carter, Kurt Egyiawan, Neil Stuke and Jemma Redgrave.
Written and programmed before allegations were made against Harvey Weinstein, there’s nothing sexually untoward between Mr. Penhall’s protagonists, played by Ben Chaplin and Seána Kerslake. Their relationship is as platonic as it is vitriolic, but in picking at the power dynamics of a creative industry, it feels entirely on point.