Ryan McParland

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Ryan McParland is an actor from Northern Ireland.[1] He is currently filming Showtime's Halo.[2][3]



Year Title Role Notes
2011 Say Nothing Danny Short
2012 Good Vibrations Fang
2012 Imbolc Quinn Liston Short
2013 Igloo The Kid Short
2014 Deadbook Richard Perry Short
2014 Fishbowl Laurence Short

Written & Directed by Martin McCann

2014 Skunky Dog Flick Short
2014 Get Up and Go Gary
2015 The Morrigan Barry Short
2015 Hunter's Fall Xav Short
2015 Tale of Tales Lackey Directed by Matteo Garrone
2016 Fractured City Seamy Short
2017 Bad Day for the Cut Ossie
2017 Daphne Jay
2017 Take the Shot John Short
2017 Kissing Candice Conor
2018 Doing Money Robbie TV Movie
2019 Special Couple Lead Thug
2019 Calm With Horses Needles
2020 Rough Mucker
2020 The Invisible Boy Nicholas Egan Won Best Fiction Short at the Galway Film Fleadh


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Coming Up Craig Episode: "Spoof or Die"
2012-2015 6Degrees Christopher Leech Main cast; 18 Episodes
2015 Cuffs Jez Clough 1 Episode
2016 My Mother and Other Strangers Mickey Joe Hanlon 5 Episodes
2019 Derry Girls Jonjo Episode: "The Concert"
2020 Cold Courage Sam 5 Episodes
2021 Halo Adun Currently filming

Main cast; 9 Episodes


Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Civilisation Game Robbie Lead Role

Directed by Tim Loane

2013 Summertime Isaac Lead Role

Written by David Ireland Nominated for Best Actor[4] at Irish Times Theatre Awards

2013 Drum Belly Bobby Boy Lead Role[5]

Written by Richard Dormer

2013 Hold Your Tongue; Hold Your Dead Nevin Lead Role, directed by Michael Lessac

Played at Semel Theatre in Boston

2014 How Many Miles to Babylon? Jerry Crowe Lead Role

Written by Alan Stanford

2015 Teddy Ferrara Teddy Ferrara Lead Role, London Debut

Directed by Dominic Cooke

2015 Monsters Dinosaurs Ghosts L
2018 East Belfast Boy Davy One Man Show

Music Videos

Year Title Notes
2018 "Shed a Tear" By Kodaline


  1. "Ryan McParland". Independent Talent. Retrieved 2021-01-05.
  2. "Halo: The Biggest Changes From The Canon In The Pilot Script". The Illuminerdi. Retrieved 2021-01-01.
  3. Khan, Arshad (2020-10-31). "Halo Season 1: Coming on Showtime?, Expected Release Date, Plot, and All New Updates". Premiere Next. Retrieved 2021-01-05.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. McHugh, Meadhbh. "An actor's journey into character". The Irish Times. Retrieved 2021-01-01.
  5. "Abbey Theatre presents World Premiere of 'Drum Belly' by Richard Dormer". Film Ireland Magazine. 2013-04-02. Retrieved 2021-01-05.

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