FNI Wrap Chat #196 | Karl Argue | Actor/Screenwriter
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On this epiosde, We recently sat down with one of Irish Film and Tv's nicest guys, Karl Argue.
In 1998 Karl Argue began his career after getting spotted by an agent in the short film Waiting for O’Brien at the Galway film festival.
Argue is better known for his work onscreen over the last 25 years including Red Rock, A Dublin Story, The Clinic, Where the Sea Used to be, When the Sky Falls and The Inside. And has acted in over 100 short films. He wrote and directed the film The Anti-Love Pill (2013) and wrote the stage play Candy Flipping Butterflies (2010)
Over the last few years Karl has continued exploring his creativity and has debuted his first photography exhibition “Chasing Light” produced by Zoe Doyle. And has also earned an MA in screenwriting for Film & Television from IADT.
Karl also founded and is the creative director The Actors Workshop Dublin
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