Actor Ned Dennehy is well-known for many roles, including Charlie Strong in Peaky Blinders and Lionel Brown in Outlander. Recently, Dennehy joined The Walking Dead universe as a character named R.J. Gaines in The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon spinoff. He also stars in the first two seasons of the series Glitch, streaming on Netflix.
The Australian supernatural series was created by Louise Fox and Tony Ayers that premiered on ABC in 2015. set in the fictional country town of Yoorana, Victoria, the story follows seven people who return from the dead. They are all in perfect health but have no memory or explanation of why they have been resurrected.
At the 2016 AACTA Awards, the first season won Best Television Drama Series and Most Outstanding Drama Series at the Logie Awards that same year.
Dennehy portrays a character named Patrick “Paddy” Fitzgerald. Additional cast includes Patrick Brammall, Genevieve O’Reilly, Emma Booth, Emily Barclay, Sean Keenan, Hannah Monson, Aaron L. McGrath, Daniela Farinacci, and Andrew McFarlane.
Glitch consists of three six-episode seasons, which are all available on Netflix. Check out the trailer for season 1 below.
What else does Ned Dennehy star in?
Dennehy is an Irish actor who has starred in many movies and shows. He is well known for the Irish series The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog in the role of Mider.
He was also seen in the second episode of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon as R.J. Gaines, another American stuck in France. He believes Daryl will side with him because of this bond, but Daryl isn’t impressed, and things end badly for R.J.
He has starred in Pleaky Blinders for all six seasons and during seasons five and six of Outlander. Other series he is recognized for include the Amazon Prime Video sci-fi series The Peripheral, Versailles, Good Omens, Dublin Murders, and more.
Movie titles in which Dennehy has starred include Pixie, Guns Akimbo, Calm with Hores, and Mandy.
Next, he will star in a Western movie, The Thicket, with Juliette Lewis, Peter Dinklage, and Metallica’s James Hetfield. And an upcoming heist series, Culprits, that will premiere on Star via Disney+.
He will also star in a horror film, Baghead, scheduled for release in February 2024.