Peter McDonald

Movie Actor

Peter McDonald was born in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland on January 28th, 1972 and is the Movie Actor. At the age of 52, Peter McDonald biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 28, 1972
Place of Birth
Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
52 years old
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Film Actor, Screenwriter, Stage Actor, Television Actor
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Peter McDonald Life

Peter McDonald (born 28 January 1972) is an Irish stage and screen actor and producer. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for his short film Pentecost.

Early life and education

He grew up in Mount Merrion, County Dublin. He studied at St. Michael' College in Dublin, graduated from University College Dublin with a Bachelor of Arts, English, and a Master of Fine Arts, English in 1994. He got his start in theatre as a member of UCD's Drama Society and was a member of the Fly by Night Theatre Company.


Peter McDonald Career


McDonald has appeared in films including Felicia's Journey (written and directed by Roddy Doyle, 1999) and When Brendan Met Trudy (written and directed by Kieron J. Walsh, 2000); and theatrical performances include The Lieutenant of Inishmore and Days of Wine and Roses in Dublin and London; and When Brendan Met Trudy (written and directed by Kieron J. Walsh, 1999) and When Brendan Met Trudy (written and directed by Roddy Doyle; and Channel 4's

In Glengarry Glen Ross, he co-starred Jonathan Pryce and Aidan Gillen. He appears in RTÉ's comedy film Your Bad Self. In the Irish comedy I Went Down, he made his debut in 1997 as the character Git Hynes, co-starring Brendan Gleeson.

Pentecost, a live action short film that was nominated for the 2012 Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film, was written and directed by him. In 2014, he co-wrote and appeared in The Stag, a full-length film that was nominated for six Irish Film and Television Academy (IFTA) awards.


CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: If this is what the 1980s were really like, maybe they're best forgotten!, April 1, 2024
As you grow older, CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Teenagers, on no account, will keep on their diaries and journals. Bin them. If you don't, one day you will surely experience an embarrassing shame if you don't, particularly after someone reads your adolescent poetry aloud. More blood-curdling than that. It's bad enough if your mum discovered those verses when you were 17 - how much worse would it be if your own children found them 30 years later? You can only feel sorry for Dante (Levi Brown), whose inner poetry voice provides the narration for This Town (BBC), a coming-of-age drama set in Birmingham and Coventry in the early 1980s, but you should not have to feel sorry for him.