New TV role for Damien Molony in Channel 4 comedy drama ‘Crashing’
Damien has landed a lead role in Channel 4’s new TV comedy ‘Crashing‘
He will be appearing as the character Anthony in the comedy about a group of ‘twenty something’ adults living together in a disused hospital as property guardians. The new show will premiere in January next year Channel 4 have announced today.
Damien joins a stellar cast, including writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Broadchurch, The Iron Lady, Bad Education), Louise Ford (Chickens, Not Safe for Work), Jonathan Bailey (Broadchurch, W1A), Julie Dray (Cradle To Grave), Amit Shah (Jekyll & Hyde, The Hundred Foot Journey), Adrian Scarborough (Gavin & Stacey, Miranda, Plebs), Susan Wokoma (Chewing Gum, Bluestone 42), Lachie Chapman (The Overtones) and Kathy Burke (Absolutely Fabulous, Harry Enfield & Chums).
Read the full description from Channel 4 below.
Congratulations to Damien and it looks like Christmas has come early for us, with the welcome news that he will be back on our TV screens in less than a month in an exciting new comedy project.
We cannot wait to hear more!
Watch this space for news as it happens.
‘Crashing‘ is produced by Josh Cole and directed by George Kane and airs 10 pm 11 January 2016 on Channel 4
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