Finbar Lynch is a well known theatre actor having worked for many of the noted directors. He has appeared in 'The Big Fellah' (Lyric Hammersmith Tour), 'The Fairy Queen' (International Tour), 'The Fastest Clock in the Universe' (Hampstead Theatre), 'To The Green Fields Beyond' and 'Translations' both at the Donmar directed by Sam Mendes, 'Not About Nightingales' at The National and on Broadway directed by Trevor Nunn (and for which he won a Tony Nomination for Best Supporting Actor). Plus 'A Dolls House', 'Portrait of a Lady' and 'Loves Labours Lost' directed by Sir Peter Hall.
Finbar is a regular at the RSC including productions of 'Midsummer Nights Dream', 'Measure for Measure', 'Coriolanus', 'The Alchemist ',' A Woman Killed With Kindness and 'Julius Caesar'.
TV includes: 'Proof', 'Dalziel & Pascoe', 'Waking the Dead' for BBC, 'Red Cap', 'Second Sight', 'Mind Games', 'Holby City', 'Between the Lines', 'George Gently' and 'The Eejits'.
Film includes: 'Matilde', 'To Kill a King', 'Lost Battalion', 'King Lear', 'Scolds Bridle' and 'Midsummer Nights Dream'.