Cormac Costello is from Cork and trained at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin.
He has recently returned to Ireland having spent the last 13 years in Australia and he is delighted to be returning to The Everyman, where he has great memories of the hugely successful runs of Bouncers. No stranger to Panto (The Gaiety Theatre, Cork Opera House, Firkin Crane), he is thrilled to make his debut with The Everyman Panto, and for once, not playing the Baddie!
He has appeared with and toured Ireland many times for Cork Opera House, The Everyman, Graffiti Theatre, Island theatre and The Gaiety Theatre amongst others. He toured the phenomenally successful Alone It Stands to Australia from Ireland in 2003.
Film and TV credits include in Australia Scottie in the award-winning series on the Granville disaster, Day of the Roses; Kings in Grass Castles; Cody; Big Sky and Bordertown, and for Paramount Pictures, Chameleon.
His most recent appearances on Sydney stages were in The Sweet Science of Bruising (Theatre Travels); Morning Star (Flightpath) and Life Is Impossible (Old 505), both for Subtlenuance; Minding Madness at the Big Dwarf; Next Fall at the Seymour Centre and The Big Meal at the Depot Theatre.