Aine Ni Mhuiri

Biography: Aine Ni Mhuiri, pronounced Anya knee Worry, is married and has two children.

Aine Ni Mhuiri began acting at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. Her career is linked with some of that theatre's great successes, notably Brian Friel's The Loves of Cass Maguire and Sean O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars, which toured New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington. She also appeared in several productions in the Irish language including Brian Merriman's The Midnight Court which was directed by Siobhan McKenna. Over at Dublin's famous Gate Theatre she played in The Voices of Shem, the stage adaptation of James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake. In 1989 Aine was cast as Masie Madigan in the London National Theatre production of Juno and the Paycock. Other stage credits for her include Midnight Court, and David Storey's Home played at the Irish National Theatre's Peacock Theatre; the Olympia Theatre's production of The Infomer; and Medea as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival over the
Aine Ni Mhuiri, pronounced Anya knee Worry, is married and has two children.

Aine Ni Mhuiri began acting at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. Her career is linked with some of that theatre's great successes, notably Brian Friel's The Loves of Cass Maguire and Sean O'Casey's The Plough and the Stars, which toured New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington. She also appeared in several productions in the Irish language including Brian Merriman's The Midnight Court which was directed by Siobhan McKenna. Over at Dublin's famous Gate Theatre she played in The Voices of Shem, the stage adaptation of James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake. In 1989 Aine was cast as Masie Madigan in the London National Theatre production of Juno and the Paycock. Other stage credits for her include Midnight Court, and David Storey's Home played at the Irish National Theatre's Peacock Theatre; the Olympia Theatre's production of The Infomer; and Medea as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival over the years. She also starred in John Gabriel Borkman, part of the 2002 Dublin Theatre Festival.

In 1987 Aine played opposite Maggie Smith in The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne, the film version of Brian Moore's novel. The success of this production led to numerous other roles for Aine in feature films including The Field, Playboys and The Run of the Country. Aine was also featured in Puckoon, the film adaptation of Spike Milligan's Irish classic novel released in 2001. She just finished filming Blind Flight, the story of Brian Keenan and John McCarthy when they were taken hostage in Beirut.

Aine played Brendan Behan's mother, Kathleen, in the series Teems of Times. Other television triumphs for her were Miracles and Miss Langan, The Irish RM, The Price, and of course her famous "Lily" in Fair City, a character that she played for seven series.

Aine won the 2001 CFT Excellence Award for Best Actress in a Television Series for her role as Kathleen Hendley in Ballykissangel.
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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 6 Mar 1, 2001 Kathleen Hendley tbd
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 5 Sep 26, 1999 Kathleen Hendley tbd
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 4 Sep 20, 1998 Kathleen Hendley tbd
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 3 Dec 21, 1997 Kathleen Hendley tbd
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 2 Jan 5, 1997 Kathleen Hendley tbd
tbd Ballykissangel: Season 1 Feb 11, 1996 Kathleen Hendley tbd