Aoibhin Garrihy

Actress, Entrepreneur

Aoibhín Garrihy is an Irish actress, presenter and girl boss who graduated with a Bachelors degree in Acting Studies from Trinity College Dublin and a Licentiate Diploma from the Leinster School of Music & Drama. Aoibhín founded her own School of Speech and Drama, Actors and Reactors in 2013 while managing a vibrant career on stage and screen along with voice work, presenting, event planning and co-ordination while playing a vital role in her families’ start up business Dublin Bay Cruises. Aoibhín’s recent theatre credits include The Importance of Being Earnest, Pride and Prejudice, A Woman of No Importance (Gate Theatre); Breaking Dad (Landmark Productions); Rough (THEATREclub; winner of the Fishamble award for best new play); Serious Money (Rough Magic Theatre Company). Recent film and television credits include Honeymoon for One (Hallmark); The Fall (BBC); Fair City, Love/Hate,and Mattie (RTÉ); Aoibhín recently became one of the first Dancing With The Stars Ireland finalists on RTÉ and also recently guest presented Big Week on the Farm (RTÉ). Aoibhín has recently founded Elevate along with her husband and Everest summiter John Burke, promoting and supporting youth wellness in Co Clare.