I tend to be cast as either the slow meditative type or the explosive agent that takes a wrecking ball to himself and others: from Brutus to Coriolanus, a senator and a general, from the wanderings of a medieval friar to the mad cap antics of a demonic sheriff.

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Mark D'Aughton Voiceover Actor


With an innate ability to capture the subtleties and nuances of a good read, Mark has voiced some of Ireland’s leading brands for radio and TV

For voiceover work I am represented by Volcanic.

It’s always a pleasure to work with someone of Mark’s talent and professionalism. His versatility and dependability made for an enjoyable couple of years collaborating. Mark is a real-time problem solver in session with an impressive delivery range. I look forward to working with Mark again in the future.

Steve Battle

Head of Production, The Public House

Mark D’Aughton is an implacable Juan bubbling with the imminence of explosion
Emer O’Kelly , Sunday Independent reviewing Yerma by Garcia Lorca
Above all, it is the thrill of the script, a new collaboration, the next project, being taken to a place where you have not been before that draws me in.

Acting excites me and I hope it excites others, without you the audience there is no play, no movie. You watch, you immerse yourselves and witness, and together we rail against time and taste, we provoke, we reflect. I always need a partner, be it on screen or stage, a cohabitant, and a co-creator. The anticipation of the first day on set, the first day of rehearsal, the smell of a booth doing a VO, I approach it all with the belief that it all could be taken away from me, so I give it my all.

I’ve bucket loads of experience in theatre, from Russia where I trained, to Poland, and France, to Dublin to Cork. I never stand still.

Selected Credits

Film (selected credits)

Sweet WortAidenDir. Michael Reid, Michaelreid Films
PetitionBrianDir. Ben Moran, Secret Beach Films
The PromisePaulDir. Sean Breathnach, Ego Productions
Red Line (short)Tiger KidnapperDir. Chris Cullen, Epic Productions
Falling For A Dancer (feature)JackRichard Standeven, Beara Films
Breath Out (short)LiamDir. Sean Breathnach, Ego Productions Ireland
MaryGardaShaun O'Connor, RTE

Theatre (selected credits)

Bang!Andrew/AnnaDir. Davey Kelleher, Michelle Reid/ DTF
A Thousand Moments of Extraordinary PleasureAndrewDir. Tom Kibbe, BAM Productions
A Great ArrangementHarry BolandDir. Pat Talbot, Pat Talbot Productions
Enter JulietAlpha MaleDir. Gavin McEntee, Brokencrow Theatre Company
PlasticineCadetDir. Pat Kiernan, Corcadorca Theatre Company
The CrucibleHerrickDir. Patrick Mason, Abbey Theatre
Julius CaesarMarullusDir. Jason Byrne, Abbey Theatre
The Merchant Of VeniceBassanioDir. Pat Kiernan, Corcadorca Theatre Company
Burial at ThebesMessenger/ GuardDir. Lorraine Pintal, Abbey Theatre
The Tragedy of CoriolanusCoriolanusDir. Jason Byrne, Project@the Mint
MacbethBanquoDir. Alan Stanford, Second Age Theatre COmpany
St JoanBrother MartinDir. Patrick Mason, Abbey Theatre
Orpheus ProjectOrpheusDir. Nick Philippou, Arts Lab/ English Stage Touring Co.
Diamonds in the SoilEnsembleDir. Mikel Murfi, Macnas Theatre Company

Radio (selected credits)

TitleProduced ByBroadcast
Jerusalem PassionRTE Lyric/ Intersections Nominated for the NYC Radio Awards 2018RTE Lyric FM
Christmas Post CardsRTE Lyric/ IntersectionsRTE Lyric FM
Friars WalkRTE Lyric/ IntersectionsRTE Lyric FM
The Sound of Things FallingRTE Book on One Zoe ComynsRTE


Love Film, Love Creating

Here is a recent showreel from work I have done over the last year. Big shout out to Ben Moran and Michael Reid. https://youtu.be/jrB45Xtqsrg

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Email: markdaughton@gmail.com • Phone: +353 (0)87 6889949


Volcanic Paul Lynch • Phone: 085 220 7575 • Email: info@volcanic.ie


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The language of the body is as rich as that of the spoken word … intensely ( Mark D’Aughton) focused … sometimes fluidly, sometimes erratically that cut through to the very heart of the story…
Susan Conley, Irish Times reviewing Macbeth at the SFX