Website of Brona C Titley

As a human:

Brona C. Titley was born in Dublin, Ireland. As young child she enjoyed learning Roald Dahl books off by heart and shouting them at unsuspecting passers-by. She experimented with eating her own hair before deciding there was no point and she was better off eating food. Her mid initial 'C' stands for Caoimhe which is an old Irish name, pronounced Quee-vah. It's abbreviated because nobody outside the country of Ireland can pronounce it unless they are a total genius... or an Irish person abroad on their holidays.

Brona attended the Gaiety School of Acting and Dublin Youth Theatre before going on to study Drama and English (BA Hons) at Trinity College Dublin. Brona trained as an actress at LAMDA- London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.

As an actor:

Brona has performed at Players Theatre Dublin, Samuel Beckett Theatre Dublin, Project Theatre Dublin, and Dunamaise Arts Centre Portlaoise, Ireland. In the UK: Underbelly Edinburgh, Linbury Studio, MacOwan Theatre, Hull Truck Theatre, Roundhouse London, Union Theatre, Canal Cafe Theatre, Brighton Fringe, Hammersmith Centre, The Vandella and Bush Hall. Film Credits include: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People (2008), U Be Dead (2009), Narcopolis (2013).

As a writer:

Brona's first play Effigy won Best New Writing at ISDA, went on a full national stage tour in Ireland and was produced by RTE Radio 1. Brona was the co-writer/ performer of comedy Jobless Satisfaction (Edinburgh, Dublin, Portlaoise) and the co-creator/ writer of Desperate, a sitcom pilot script for BBC Comedy. Brona writes/ performs in online comedy sketches such as The Potential Wives of Prince Harry, which was a finalist for BeActive Digital Comedy Award in 2012. Also in 2012 Brona wrote The Parlour a new pilot for Grand Pictures. In 2013 Brona was named as a winner of the BAFTA Rocliffe New Comedy Award for Nannies, a sitcom co-created with writer Tony Cooke. TV credits include Off Their Rockers for ITV.