He is an actor noted for his performances on stage and screen, most recently as the leading man in the Ken Loach historical drama Jimmy's Hall and his lead role in Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull's critically acclaimed Blood Cells. Ward graduated from St. Declan's College in Cabra. A tour of Ireland with Druid`s Sive directed by Druid’s Garry Hynes followed, Barry played Liam Scuab on the nationwide tour which finished up at The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, again as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival. In 2018 he also appeared in the role of Barry in Save Me, (Sky TV) and the role of Leslie in The End of the F***ing World (Netflix/Clerkenwell Films). As per our current Database, Barry Ward is still alive (as per Wikipedia, Last update: May 10, 2020). Barry Ward will celebrate 50rd birthday on a Wednesday 13th of January 2021. He spent most of his childhood days in Blanchardstown. Following this, he teamed up again with Mercier and actor Sean McGinley (Family) for award winning Irish language short Lipservice, soon after came Sunburn, shot in the U.S., and featuring Cillian Murphy in his first feature, before re-teaming with Michael Winterbottom and McGinley, again, for The Claim, an international film featuring Milla Jovovic, Nastasia Kinski, and Sarah Polley. He belongs to Irish nationality and regarding his ethnicity, he is a Caucasian. The following year he appeared on stage for the first time in Buddleia as part of Dublin Theatre Festival before transferring to Donmar Warehouse in London's West End. Barry Ward body measurments, height, weight and age details. Early life. | Barry Ward wiki ionformation include family relationships: spouse or partner (wife or … He also appeared in Caryl Churchill’s Mad Forest at the Battersea Arts Centre directed by JMK Award winner for 2009, Caroline Steinbeis. Made his debut at 13 years of age in Family, directed by Michael Winterbottom. From a street casting aged 13, to the lead in Ken Loach’s award-winning 2014 film Jimmy’s Hall, Barry Ward tells us about growing up in Dublin and his new role… as a father. Having won Super League VI, St Helens contested the 2003 World Club Challenge against 2002 NRL Premiers, the Sydney Roosters. The following year he appeared on stage for the first time in Buddleia as part of Dublin Theatre Festival before transferring to Donmar Warehouse in London's West End. The BBC discovered him when they reached the Cabra school looking for kids for Roddy Doyle’s Family. He played over 100 first grade games during his long NRL career. LisaRichards, Other Works Other theatre projects in Ireland include Down the Line directed by Lynne Parker and A Quiet Life, directed by Karl Wallace; both on the Abbey’s Peacock stage. Barry Ward was born in the Year of the Pig. He appeared as Dean in Lay Me Down Softly, a new play by Billy Roche at the Peacock Theatre directed by Wilson Milam and subsequently appeared in the leading role of Azore in the same theatre in La Dispute, directed by Wayne Jordan.