Ann is an Irish actress who has been featured in Kissing Candice, Red Rock, Rebellion, and Little Women. In 2018, she was nominated for an Irish Film and Television Award for best actress for Kissing Candice.
Evelyn O’Rourke an Irish broadcaster employed by RTE. She began working for RTE back in 1998 as a researcher on The Gay Byrne Show and The Arts Show on RTE Radio 1 and later become a roving reporter on Today with Pat Kenny on RTE Radio 1 and The Gerry Ryan Show on RTE 2fm.
Lesley Roy an Irish singer-songwriter originally from Balbriggan. She got signed to an independent Irish label back in 2006 followed by a record deal with US label Jive Records.
Charlene McKenna (Charlene Lee McKenna) an Irish actress famous after starring Jennifer in the television series Pure Mule in 2005. She as well had a number of other roles in television dramas in Ireland, such as Raw, Single-Handed 2, and Whistleblower.
Noel Fitzpatrick an Irish veterinary surgeon, based in Eashing, Surrey known through the television programme The Supervet. He from Ballyfin, in Laois, Ireland, he moved to Guildford, Surrey, in 1993, where he works as a director and managing clinician at Fitzpatrick Referrals.
Laura Whitmore is an Irish television presenter , model , and actress . She is known for presenting I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here ! Now ! and Survival of the Fittest .
Meaney is an Irish actor known for playing Miles O’Brien in Star Trek : The Next Generation 1987–1994 and Star Trek : Deep Space Nine 1993–1999 . He has guest-starred on many TV shows including Law & Order and The Simpsons and starred as Thomas Durant on Hell on Wheels 2011–2016 .
Andrew Doyle is an Irish comedian , playwright , journalist , and political satirist from Northern Ireland . He co-wrote the fictional character Jonathan Pie and is the creator of the equally fictional character Titania McGrath .
Angela Scanlon (Angela Marie Scanlon) an Irish television presenter and broadcaster working for RTÉ and the BBC. She previously broadcasted on Irish television, presenting a number of programmes on RTÉ such as the documentary Oi Ginger! back in 2014.