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Tadhg Murphy plays the recurring roles of Captain Ned Low in Starz' "Black Sails," and Arne in History Channel's "Vikings."

Tadhg Murphy graduated from the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College Dublin with a Bachelor in Acting Studies and has since gone on to appear in a wide range of television, film, and theater productions.

Murphy has appeared in the stage adaptation of Hugo Hamilton's "The Speckled People" at the Gate Theatre, as well as Hugh Leonard's "Da," (also at the Gate) in which he played the role of young Charlie. Tadhg's other theater performances include the Gate Theatre's production of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing," directed by Alan Stanford, the Abbey Theatre's production of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters," directed by David Leveaux, and Rough Magic Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," directed by Lynn Parker. Murphy toured the U.S. and the U.K. with Druid Theatre Company's production of Enda Walsh's "The Walworth Farce," which was awarded a Scotsman Fringe First award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also performed in "The Cripple of Inishmaan" with Druid Theatre Co., which again toured in Ireland and the U.S.

Murphy has voiced a number of radio plays for RTÉ radio, including "The Plough and the Stars," "The Finnegans," and "The Colleen and the Cowboy." His television work includes "Seachtar na Cásca," "The Clinic," "Love Is the Drug," and "No Tears." He has also starred in "Pride and Joy" (2006), "Jelly Baby" (2005), Oliver Stone's "Alexander," and Stephen Bradley's "Boy Eats Girl" (2005), for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film at the Irish Film and Television Awards.

In 2013 Murphy appeared in "Mrs. Warren's Profession" at the Gate Theatre in which he played the role of Frank. He was also cast in "Dublin Berlin," a feature film directed by Robert Manson, in which he plays the lead role of Oisín. Murphy recently finished touring with Gare St. Lazare's production of "Waiting for Godot" for the Dublin Theatre Festival, directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett.

Tadhg is based in Dublin, Ireland.

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Where does Tadhg Murphy live? Find out here.

Current Residence: Dublin, Ireland

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