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Leah McNamara was born in County Limerick, Ireland, on April 3, 1996.
Leah McNamara launched her acting career in 2010 and has flourished in the movie industry. Her film debut was a minor role playing a waitress in the episode 'Purgatory' in the Irish drama TV series, 'Jack Taylor.'
Leah McNamara is the daughter of Brian McNamara, famous for his roles in blockbuster movies like 'The Flamingo Kid,' 'Caddyshack II,' and 'Billionaire Boys Club.' Before her first role, Leah found it challenging to launch her acting career, and without an agent or a plan, the young performer took a chance by moving to London despite being turned down by many prestigious drama schools in the UK.
Leah McNamara had her debut appearance on television in the 2010 television series 'Jack Taylor' before moving on to greater parts, such as the lead role in 'Danny Boy,' 'Dublin Murders,' 'Vikings,' and a role in the hugely successful movie 'Normal People.' Leah is an alumnus of Castletroy College and has an honors degree from the University College Cork in Drama and Theatre. She also enrolled in the annual acting program at Bow Street.
Amongst her accredited roles is the character of Chantal in 'Metal Heart,' Rosalind Devlin in 'Dublin Murders,' Rachel in 'Normal People', Aud in 'Vikings,' Gemma Milgrom in 'Nails,' and Caroline St John in 'Cherry Tree.'
According to reports, Leah has an average net worth of $3 -$4 million as of 2022. Her assets/income are mainly generated from her professional career as a TV and voice actress. She is considered a very successful TV personality.
Leah McNamara is said to earn about $600,000 annually.
Leah McNamara stands at 5 ft 8 in ( 173 cm).
As of 2022, Leah McNamara is 26 years of age. She was born on April 3, 1996.
Leah McNamara was born in County Limerick, Ireland, on April 3, 1996. The rising star keeps her personal life hidden from the public eye but her father is said to be Brian McNamara. The actress' last known residence is Limerick, Munster, Ireland. Leah has also revealed that her mother did minor theatre work while her grandmother was a voice coach.
It is unknown where Leah attended high school. She attended Castletroy College in her native county of Limerick before enrolling at University College Cork in Cork, where she received an honors degree in drama and theater in 2015. She subsequently enrolled in a 12-month acting course at the Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting in Ireland. Before her first acting role and movie debut, the young performer took a chance by moving to London even though a couple of drama schools in the UK had rejected her. Leah was disappointed not to be accepted after numerous attempts since she had always believed that going to theatre school was the only way she could get a chance in the acting industry. However, she persevered before being able to attend school in Cork and then at Bow Street Academy.
Leah McNamara keeps her personal life very private however the actress is currently not in a relationship.
In 2010, Leah McNamara made her acting debut as a cast member of 'Jack Taylor's' first season. She played the role of a waitress in the TV series. Since then, Leah has starred in numerous other films, constantly moving up the success ladder. Among other movies, she starred in Vikings, Cellar Door, Metal Heart, and Cherry Tree. She also portrayed Lucy Wood, the lead in Danny Boy, and Rachel in Normal People.
Leah is famous for her leading actress role-playing the character of Rosalind Devlin in the horror movie 'Dublin Murders,' Aud in 'Vikings' and Tara in 'Then You Run.' Her TV and movies credits include 'Lily,' 'Nails,' and 'Normal People.'
Leah also performs as a voice actor. In 2022, she provided voiceover work for the famous computer game 'Expeditions: Rome.' She is majorly known for her role as Rosalind in Dublin Murders.
There is no report or information available regarding any charitable activity Leah has done or is now engaged in.
In 2017, Leah McNamara was nominated for the Audi Dublin International Film Festival under the Discovery Award Category for her role in Lily and Nails, but she didn't win the award.
Leah has expressed interest in fashion, especially retro looks. Her Instagram photo shows how much the young actress loves antique fashion and accessories. She also enjoys going on shopping sprees to look for old items. She enjoys collecting vintage items and shopping for them. She has a particular fondness for fashion designer Freya Simonne.
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