Derrick O'Connor

Biography: A former Royal Shakespeare Company actor, O'Connor starred in and co-produced "The Dumb Waiter," a stage play by Harold Pinter, in Los Angeles in 2002.

~~~~~~~ International TV and film actor Derrick O'Connor was born in 1941 in Dublin, Ireland, and raised in London, UK. He currently resides with his family in San Francisco, CA. He is a former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Scottish National Theatre, with many leading stage performances in Edinburgh, Stratford-on-Avon and London's West End. His long and successful career includes numerous starring roles in U.S., British and Australian film and television. O'Connor supports independent filmmaking as an important platform for emerging talent, to ensure a healthy future for the film industry. Projects he has worked on include "SeaScape" and "The First Vampire." O'Connor has been seen most recently by American audiences in the feature films Daredevil, End of Days, How To Make An American Quilt, and Lethal
A former Royal Shakespeare Company actor, O'Connor starred in and co-produced "The Dumb Waiter," a stage play by Harold Pinter, in Los Angeles in 2002.

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International TV and film actor Derrick O'Connor was born in 1941 in Dublin, Ireland, and raised in London, UK. He currently resides with his family in San Francisco, CA. He is a former member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Scottish National Theatre, with many leading stage performances in Edinburgh, Stratford-on-Avon and London's West End. His long and successful career includes numerous starring roles in U.S., British and Australian film and television. O'Connor supports independent filmmaking as an important platform for emerging talent, to ensure a healthy future for the film industry. Projects he has worked on include "SeaScape" and "The First Vampire." O'Connor has been seen most recently by American audiences in the feature films Daredevil, End of Days, How To Make An American Quilt, and Lethal Weapon II. His many American TV guest appearances include Alias, Tracey Ullman's "Tracey Takes On...," and "Murder She Wrote." British film credits include Terry Gilliam's "Brazil," "Time Bandits" and "Jabberwocky"; John Boorman' s "Hope and Glory," Harold Pinter's "Butley," and "Dealers."
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Derrick O'Connor's Scores

Average career score: 76
Highest Metascore: 76 Alias: Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 76 Alias: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Alias: Season 2 Sep 29, 2002 Alexander Khasinau 6.9
76 Alias: Season 1 Sep 30, 2001 Alexander Khasinau 8.0