Height: 157cm

Hair Colour: Auburn/Red

Eye Colour: Blue / Green

Playing Age: 25-35


Naseen Morgan is a film, television and theatre actress from Northern Ireland.

Born and raised in Belfast, her incredible ability for storytelling came from listening to family and

friends recounting stories and tales of old and new – embellished just that little bit more each time

they were told.

She found her love for acting whilst studying theatre and film, in Connemara, with her mentor, the

late Sím Mc Connigh who encouraged her to venture into the world of film and theatre.

From this, Naseen studied at the world renowned Stella Adler Studios in New York, under Grace

Kiley, where she played the leading roles in “The Rabbit hole” Mamet’s “Oleanna.” And “The

importance Of Being Earnest”

As a new mother, her son inspired her to write a one woman dark comedy performance about

motherhood and her life in Belfast which has gained great interest.

Pre covid Naseen worked alongside Heart of London Business Alliance and Patricia Kelly to

unveil, a world first, statue of Gene Kelly in Leicester Square.

More recently, Naseen acted, alongside James Nesbitt and Charlene Mc Kenna in BBC Crime

drama “Bloodlands”, as firewoman and informer Sadie McIntyre.

She played leading female in EWTN’s “Faith of Our Fathers”, “Speak of the Devil”, and

“Hope”.They can be viewed on Amazon Prime and Sky Atlantic. EWTN has commissioned

Naseen to co-write its next feature.

Naseen is currently touring the stage performance of, Jaki Mc Carrick’s, ‘Belfast Girls’, as Sarah

Jane Wylie, a famine survivor, who hides a dark past, and has taken passage on a coffin ship to


She is soon to start co-directing a short film focusing on suicide prevention ‘The Dark Hours’.

Her past performances include, online sketch-show regular in Ulster Fry, most notably that of

“The Dairy Girls”, the Derry girls’ Donegal cousins. Sean Murray’s groundbreaking documentary

“Unquiet Graves” and Michael Lennox’s feature “A Patch of Fog” and starred in Award winning

‘’Incoming call’. Naseen has also played leading roles in numerous short films

One of Naseen’s proudest moments was her role as a suffragette in RTE’s ‘The Voting Age’. She

also starred as Lizzy Lynch in “Wild Goose Lodge”, a period feature film about the famine in

Ireland, from which Naseen was invited to represent Ireland, in New York’s St Patrick’s Day


Film & TV

Rosin – ‘Hope’ – EWTN America / Campbell Miller Films. Directed by Campbell Miller. 

Emma – ‘Congratulations’ – NI Screen / Waddell Media. Directed by Eoin Cleland. 

Anna  – ‘Don’t Go Hungry’ – Write Path NI Janine Cobain. Directed by Alan Stewart. 

Finn Researcher – ‘A Patch Frog’  – The Fyzz Facility /The Jones Company – Micheal Lennox. 

Marie – ‘The Volting Age’ – Stable Productions DAC. Directed by Ruan Magen. 

Kathleen – ‘Unquiet Graves!’ – Sean Murray Films. 

‘True North / Day at the Races’ – BBC 2. Directed by Mairtin De Barra. 

Lizzy – ‘Wild Goose Lodge’ – William Martin Productions. Directed by Paul Mc Ardle. 

‘Safe Haven’ – Causeway Pictures. Directed by Marty Stalker. 

Collette – ‘Dairy Girls’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams. 

Grace – “Bravery Under Fire’ – EWTN America /Campbell Miller Films. 

Siobhan – ‘Thrist Dates’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams. 

Isla – ‘Valentines Day’ – Ulster Fry Company. Directed by Ciaran Murray/ Billy Mc Williams

Kerri – ‘Incoming Call’ – NI Screen / Waddell Media. Directed by Eoin McCleland. 

Sophie – ‘Before Tomorrow’ – Whats Next Films. Directed by Margaret McGoldrick. 

Andrea – ‘Heads and Tails’ – Red Hen Productions. Directed by Frederick D Stephenson. 

Allison – ‘XMOOR’ – The Fyzz Facility. Directed by Luke Hyams. 

Sarah – ‘Endless’ – Directed by Ronnie McQuillan. 

Jennifer – ‘Red Light’ – Stay Beautiful Films. Directed by Brian Mulholland. 

‘NI Jobs’ – Street Monkey. 

Jess – ‘A Night Out’ – Directed Colin Graham. 

Amy – ‘Listen’ – NI Screen – David Moody. 



Mary Kelly – ‘Night At The Museum’ – C21 Theatre Company. Directed by Stephen Kelly. 

Mary – ‘The Shanty Man’ – Accidental Theatre – Megan Armitage. 

‘The Glass Bell’ – Kennedy and Turley. Directed by Finn Kennedy. 

Kathleen – ‘Aftermath’ – Directed by Pam Brighton. 

Ned – ‘Fast & Loose’ – Accidental Theatre. Directed by Andrea Montgomery. 

Joanna – ‘The Red Door’ – Directed by Gary Wilson. 

Scarlet – ‘Truth be Told. Directed by Andrew Penfold. 

Susan – ‘A Friends in Need’ – Directed by Gary Wilson. 

Daniella – ‘Job Interview’ – Accidental Theatre. Directed by Richard Lavery. 

Erin – ‘Text Life’ – Replay Theatre Company / Clinic Theatre. Directed by Janice Kernoghan. 

Tallulah – ‘Bugsy Malone’ – Hotch Potch – Neil Keery. 

Gwendowlyn -‘The Imprtance Of Being Earnest’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Carol -‘Oleanna’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Becca -‘The Rabbit Hole’ – Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Grace Kiley. 

Kali – ‘Truth Be Told’ – BID. Directed Ros Morgan. 


Accents & Dialects: (* = native).  Northern Irish* Southern Irish, General American, New York, Southern American, London General, South London, RP, Scottish, Polish, German. 


Profesional Horse Rider, Stage Combat, Tri Athelete , Alto, Fluent Gaelige, Improvisation, Open Water Swimming, Cycle Racing, Writing and Directing. 

Clean Driving Licence. 


Stella Adler Studios – Grace Kiley, Colm Chille Innishere -Trevor O Chlortaigh/Sim Mc Connigh, Black Bird Theatre.