Dominic Moore is an actor, voice-over artist, puppeteer and writer from Cork where he lives and works.
He began his theatrical career with Meridian, Feedback, Corcadorca and the Granary Theatre in Cork. His long association with RTÉ and television puppetry stemmed from voice-over artist work for The Rimini Riddle and continued as a featured animatronics artist and writer for The Morbegs. His puppet character Basher Bacon became the presenter of The Swamp, which ran as RTÉ’s weekend and summer links programme for four years. Later, Elvis McCarthy from Ballinascarthy from Sattitude became a popular children’s favourite. He was commissioned by RTÉ to develop, write and perform the pre-school programme Hubble, which became the flagship programme for RTÉ’s Young People’s Programmes.
More recently in theatre, he has worked with Gare St Lazare Ireland, as Pozzo in their acclaimed production of Waiting for Godot, touring to Shanghai and New York. Over the past few years he has been performing his new self-penned one man show Mr Punch in Cork to rave reviews. Other more recent work include Jack and Erin Connolly in The Everyman, Beneath Our Feet for Painted Bird in St Multose Church, Kinsale, and Here’s a Penny in the Cork Arts Theatre Club. Dockers (Cork Creative Collective) launched the official reopening of Fr Matthew Hall after 37 years of inactivity as a theatrical venue in 2019.
He is an accomplished voice-over artist with considerable experience in radio commercials, television promos, animation and film dubbing. http://dominicmoore.ie/