Who is Maeliosa Stafford? Cause of Death, Bio, Age, Career, Family
Who is Maeliosa Stafford? Cause of Death, Bio, Age, Career, Family – Maeliosa Stafford has passed away suddenly. Let's see more details about Maeliosa and his career journey in the following paragraphs.
What Happened to Melissa Stafford?
The upsetting news that just arrived from Australia is highly frightening. the news just arrived. Melissa Stafford, who passed away not too long ago, is remembered as one of the very best performers in the history of the industry.
The Wild Swan Theatre Company Posted their condolence on Social Media. It says,
Following the breaking sad news of the death of Maelíosa Stafford, The Wild Swan Theatre Company would like to extend their sympathies to his immediate family and to his wider actor family and friends. The world of drama has lost a talented actor, director, and teacher.
We, The Wild Swans have benefited from his talents and have wonderful memories of working with Maelíosa, his Dad, Séan, and his Mum, Máire. RIP
Melissa Stafford Cause of death
Melissa Stafford passed away suddenly on April 11, 2023. As soon as the news came out, Friends and families are pouring condolences on Social Media. The exact cause of death is still unknown. We will update you once we get more information about Maelíosa.
Michael Farrell tweeted,
Devastated to hear of the death of the truly extraordinary Irish actor. Maeliosa Stafford who I first saw do The Playboy of the Western World in London and got to know him as a creative force in Sydney. Gone too young.
Maeliosa Stafford- Theatre Actor
Maeliosa Stafford is an Actor, Director, Teacher, and Manchester United Fanatic.
He joined Druid Theatre Company in 1978 and has been at the forefront of much of the recent surge in outstanding new Irish writing. As Artistic Director of Druid, he collaborated with the poet Vincent Woods on the creation of At The Black Pig's Dyke which toured to all the world's major theatre festivals. Maeliosa has been involved with the premier productions of the work of Martin Mc Donagh, including The Lonesome West which won several Olivier awards on the West End and was also nominated for 4 Tony awards on Broadway.
Co-founder of O'Punksky's Maeliosa directed their inaugural production Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme. Maeliosa teaches at N.I.D.A., ACTT, and UWS Nepean and just graduated from Syd University with a postgraduate degree in performance studies.
Maeliosa's work on the stage
Maeliosa's recent work on the stage includes The Gigli Concert, The Seafarer, The Playboy of the Western World, and A Whistle in the Dark at the Abbey Theatre Dublin. Druid theatre acting credits include The Lonesome West, Galway, London, Broadway, Sydney, The Playboy of the Western World, Carthaginians, Cheapside, and Lovers Meeting. Favorite roles in Sydney include The Gigli Concert, Faith Healer, Sons of Ulster (O'Punksky's Theatre), Trelawney of the Wells, The Cripple of Inishmaan, Democracy, A Hard God (Sydney Theatre Company), Dancing at Lughnasa [Queensland theatre company].
Television and Film credits include The Midnight Court, Stingers 3, Me, Myself and I, Quigley Down Under, White Collar Blue, Rake 4, and Drop Dead Weird.