Liam Cunningham (born 2 June 1961) is an Irish stage and screen actor. He is best known for playing Davos Seaworth in the HBO epic–fantasy series Game of Thrones. In other roles Liam has been nominated for the London Film Critics’ Circle Award, the British Independent Film Award, has won two Irish Film & Television Awards, and shared a BAFTA with Michael Fassbender, for their crime–drama short film Pitch Black Heist.
Born and raised in Dublin, Liam worked and spent time in Africa. His work now includes support for World Vision Ireland (part of Global World Vision, the biggest children’s charity in the world). He currently resides in Dublin with his wife Colette, with whom he has three children. In 2015, Cunningham was one of over 100 artists who signed a letter to The Guardian announcing support for a cultural boycott of Israel.
*Liam will appear subject to filming commitments on the day.
Actor and Activist
Co–founder and CEO FoodCloud
Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Chief of Staff at UNFPA (United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency).
Peace Activist. Sport Against Racism, Ireland.
A successful business–person and leading Irish philanthropist and activist
CEO DePaul International – one of the world’s largest homeless charities.
Author ‘Humanology’ – A Scientist’s Guide to Our Amazing Existence’
TV Sports Pundit + Positive Mental Health Advocate
Provost & President, Trinity College
Director, Trinity Access Program – bringing third level education to marginalised young people
Creator of ‘The Critter Shed’
Chair, World Health Innovation Summit
Dean of Research Trinity College, The University of Dublin
President, Global Situation Room, Inc. Former Director of Global Engagement in Obama White House
Programme Lead at Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace
CEO of the Irish Social Enterprise Network
Digital Innovator and Implementor, CEO of Digital Doddle and Co–founder of Tech for Good Dublin.
Ambassador at Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities, and Chairman British Irish Association. Former Irish and British & Irish Lions Rugby Union international
Academic Lead, Neurofiles Project
Founder, Unlike Minds
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Founder, We Make Good Happen
Author + Senior Lecturer at Trinity College Dublin
Visualisation Facilitator / Graphic Recorder
BBC TV News Journalist
Parish Priest, Co–Founder 4–Corners Festival, Peace activist.
Professor of Geology, TCD
Assistant Chief Constable Police Service of Northern Ireland
Physician and Part–time Associate professor, Trinity College Dublin
Head of Education at Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace
Co–Founder The Good Summit
Founder, One Small Step. Former Ireland and British & Irish Lions rugby player
CEO of KBI Global Investors, Ireland
Head of Marketing, Business in the Community Ireland
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Director, UK NHS Mental Health Innovation and Improvement
CEO, Bytes. Ireland
Ireland Correspondent at Sky News
Head of Social & Community Strategy at everymum
Founder of the Good Country, Honorary Professor of Political Science and Author
CEO – Social Innovation Fund Ireland