Toni O'Rourke*

Husky, warm, contemporary. Dublin.

Toni O'Rourke*

Husky, warm, contemporary. Dublin.




Having made her professional debut in RTE’s The Clinic at just 12years old, actress Toni O’Rourke went on to work in feature films such as What Richard Did alongside Jack Reynor directed by Lenny Abrahamson and Noble directed by Stephen Bradley. 

Toni then trained at the Gaiety School Of Acting The National Theatre School Of Ireland and just three weeks after graduating was cast in Mark O’Connors IFTA nominated Cardboard Gangsters.

Toni has also appeared in Cold Courage as the recurring character Nina on AMC+ and BritBox. Recent screen roles include Lisa Devers in Calm With Horses directed by Nick Rowland for Film 4 / DMC films, currently streaming on Netflix, and Karen in Wildfire, written and directed by Cathy Brady for Cowboy Films. 

She plays the lead role Nina in Saul & I, written & directed by Jon Beer and produced by Brian J. Falconer for Out of Orbit; recipient of The Tiernan McBride Award for Best Fiction Short in association with Network Ireland Television at Galway Film Fleadh 2021. As well as the lead role in Burn It All written and directed by Jack Hickey which Toni was nominated for the Fleadh's 2022 Bingham Ray New Talent Award. 

Other recent credits include Wedna-El in KRYPTON, directed by Erica Watson for Warner Horizon and Syfy, Lucy in ROSIE, directed by Paddy Breathnach for Element Pictures, and a leading role in the short film BAINNE, directed by Jack Reynor for Anabasis Films.

Included in Toni’s many theatre credits is the 2018 Irish Time Theatre Award Winning Disco Pigs by Enda Walsh, where she played the lead of Runt.

Toni recently wrapped shooting the co-leading role of ‘Robin’ in the TV series THE BOY THAT NEVER WAS, opposite Colin Morgan. Other recent work includes: ‘Erin O’Hara’ in GOD’S CREATURES (Sixty-Six Pictures / BBC Films / Screen Ireland / A24); F. Gary Gray’s upcoming feature film LIFT (Netflix); Film4 feature, CALM WITH HORSES, Netflix feature CARDBOARD GANGSTERS; and WILDFIRE, written and directed by Cathy Brady for Cowboy Films.


  • 20s, 20s-30s