DECLAN LYNCH

Declan's debut for Bawds was in John Logan's study of the infamous Leopold & Loeb 1920s murder trial, NEVER THE SINNER (pictured right as Richard Loeb).

This was followed later the same year by THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK when Declan played the dual roles of King Louis XIV and his identical twin brother, Philippe. Both of these performances earned Declan the Bawds 2005 award for Acting - the Golden Plume.

Appearances for other companies in East Anglia include shows with Daywalkers, New Root Theatre, 8:5 and the Irving Stage Company where productions included MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Don Pedro) A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Lysander), FOUR NIGHTS IN KNARESBOROUGH (Traci), LONE STAR (Ray), MURDER ME GENTLY, HAPPINESS and A PHOENIX TOO FREQUENT (Tegeus).

Appearances in short films include DIALOGUE, THE LATENT GIFT and SECONDS FROM DISASTER : NAGASAKI (American Aircrew) for the National Geographic Channel in 2012.

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