Geraldine O'Rawe Net Worth

Geraldine O'Rawe was born on March 04, 1971 in  Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, is Actress. Geraldine O'Rawe was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and studied drama in London at the Webber Douglas Academy, with appearances early on in her career at the Moving Theatre Company, the Everyman Theatre and the Gate Theatre, London.Her acclaim in these stage roles quickly led her to a role in Pat O'Connor's film Circle of Friends (1995), alongside Minnie Driver, Saffron Burrows and Chris O'Donnell. Her other feature work includes leading roles in John Bailey's Mariette in Ecstasy (1996), Hans Jorg Gurn's The Harpist (1999), and Marc Evans' intense Resurrection Man (1998), opposite Stewart Townsend. She has also taken supporting roles in Terry George's Some Mother's Son (1996), Michael Winterbottom's I Want You (1998), and Kirsten Sheridan's Disco Pigs (2001).On British television, O'Rawe has appeared in such major dramas as Simon Shore's The English Wife (1995) and Tom Cairns' Amongst Women (1998). She lives in London, and is married to director/cinematographer Paul Sarossy. They have a young daughter.
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Who is it? Actress
Birth Day March 04, 1971
Birth Place  Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Birth Sign Capricorn
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Paul Sarossy

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O'Rawe was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland She studied at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London in 1989 and made her television debut in the series Final Run in 1988. She returned to the London stage, then appeared in an episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and the TV movie The English Wife.


She was cast in the role of Eve Malone in the 1995 film Circle of Friends alongside Minnie Driver and Saffron Burrows. She followed this in 1996 with the lead role in the film Mariette In Ecstasy and a supporting role in Some Mother's Son. Since then, she has appeared in Resurrection Man (1996), The Harpist (1999), Disco Pigs (2000), Mr In-Between (2001) and Adoration (2008).