Niamh Algar Bio, Age, Height, Early Life, Career, Net Worth, Movie, TV

By | March 13, 2024

Niamh Algar Biography

Niamh is an Irish actress. She is famous for winning Best Actress in a major Role – TV Drama at the 2020 IFTA Film & Drama Awards for her acting in The Virtues. Other roles are MotherFatherSon, Raised by the Wolves and Pure. In 2021, she featured in Wrath of Man and Censor. For her part in Calm with Horses, she was selected for the BAFTA Awards for Best Actress in a helping Role.

How old is Niamh Algar?

According to sources, the actress was born in the year 1990, The actress is 34 years old as of 2024 even though her actual dates are not clear yet. She was born in Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland.

Niamh Algar Height

The starhas a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Niamh Algar Early Life

She is a daughter to revering guardians David Algar and Angela ALgar and as well a native of Mullingar. Niamh is the last born amongst the five siblings. She trained design at the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and completed the Programme of Screen Acting at the Bow Street Academy in Dublin.

Niamh Algar Career

The Irish actress featured in films among them Conor McMahon’s Form the Dark, Aoife Crehan’s road trip film The Last Right, Lorcan Finnegan’s Without Name and the Michael Fassbender-produced Calm With Horses. On TV she has featured in Rose Cartwright’s Pure, and as Tania in Desiree Akhavan’s The Bisexual. She was listed among the 2019 BAFTAs Breakthrough Brits.

Come 2019, Niamh Algar acted Dinah in Shane Meadow’s The Virtues with co-star Stephen Graham for which she received Best Actress in a major Role – television Drama at the 2020 IFTA Film & Drama Awards. She has also featured as Orla Green in MotherFatherSon in 2019 together with Richard Gere, and as the wife of Travis Fimmel in the Ridley Sottt directed American TV series Raised by Wolves, and as Amber in the Channel 4 television series Pure.

Niamh Algar Movie

  • 2014 – Trampoline
  • 2014 – From the Dark
  • 2014 – The Light of Day
  • 2016 – Without Name
  • 2017 – The Drummer and the Keeper
  • 2019 – The Last Right
  • 2021 – Wrath of Man
  • 2022 – The Wonder

Niamh Algar TV Show

  • 2011 – Reabhloid
  • 2014 – The Savage Eye
  • 2015 – Vikings
  • 2018 – The Bisexual
  • 2019 – Pure
  • 2019 – The Virtues
  • 2021 – Deceit
  • 2022 – Suspect
  • 2023 – Malpractice
  • 2023 – Culprits
  • 2024 – Mary & George

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