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Don Wycherley

Don Wycherley

Don Wycherley
(1967-09-15) 15 September 1967

Skibbereen, County Cork
Occupation Actor, screenwriter
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Deirdre Wycherley

Don Wycherley (born 1967 in Skibbereen, County Cork) is an Irish actor, probably best known for the portrayal of Father Cyril McDuff in the comedy Father Ted. Other roles include Raymond in Bachelors Walk and Fr. Aidan O'Connell in Ballykissangel. He is the brother of location manager Gordon Wycherley and brother-in-law of actress Tina Kellegher, who also appeared in Ballykissangel. He is a fluent Irish speaker and has appeared in several roles incorporating the language.


IFTA Awards

2 nominations
Year Category Film Result Lost to
2007 Best Actor in a Lead Role in Television The Running Mate Nominated Jonathan Rhys Meyers (The Tudors)
2007 Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Feature Film Speed Dating Nominated Brendan Conroy (Kings)

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