Killian Coyle


Killian Coyle

Killian Coyle

Independent Producer

Killian (he/him) is a Dublin born London based Actor and Independent Creative Producer working between Ireland and the UK.

Killian (he/him) is a passionate and detail-oriented Creative Producer, working alongside theatre and film makers between Ireland and the UK. With a focus on socially engaged storytelling, Killian is deeply committed to affecting change and making a difference through his work. He has worked on a diverse range of projects, from short films and site-specific performances to national and international tours, and artist development programs.

As an Actor, Killian has worked for over a decade on such titles as Call the Midwife (BBC1/Netflix), Endeavour (ITV/PBS), Normal People (Element Pictures/HULU), Krypton (SYFY), Dublin Murders (BBC1), Grabbers (Netflix) amongst other film, tv and theatre credits. It is his extensive experience as an actor across projects of scale that he brings to bear throughout his career as a producer.

Notable recent highlights of Killian’s creative producing career include the multi-award winning Oscars 2024 longlisted short film Headspace by Aisling Byrne; This Solution by Shaun Dunne for Dublin Theatre Festival 2023; Good Sex Dead Centre with Emilie Pine original production at Dublin Theatre Festival 2022, and International Tour to Noorderzon, The Netherlands, the International Summer Festival Hamburg, Germany in 2023, and Cork Midsummer Festival 2024; a 9 venue national tour of the award-winning Making A Mark with Talking Shop Ensemble and Run of the Mill; Privilege: The Musical! with Louise White Performance; and the radical interpretation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm, Animals, with Louise White Performance for Dublin Theatre Festival 2022.


“a wonderfully moving, politically challenging, and powerfully unsettling experience. Prepare to beshaken out of your comfort zone.” – The Arts Review (Iphigenia in Splott by Gary Owen)


There’s a dark heartbreak at the centre of “We Can’t Have Monkeys In The House” which its wild, delicious humour wonderfully underscores. Something its four strong cast dazzlingly convey, as well as delivering some laugh out loud moments. — The Arts Review (We Can’t Have Monkeys in the House by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth)

Currently Killian is continuing his work alongside Aisling Byrne on the development of several film pieces, including short film Turnaround, which is funded by Screen Ireland’s Focus Shorts Scheme, made with Arcade Film, and due to premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh 2024. In addition to this, he is exploring opportunities for This Solution to tour internationally, film development with Shaun Dunne, while also working on a suite of film, theatre, and artist development projects with Run of the Mill, backed by the Arts Council’s Arts Grants funding for 2024.

Killian is a part of Screen Ireland and the National Talent Academies EMERGE programme, which is aimed at a diverse network of new and emerging producers who want to increase their industry knowledge and upskilling, while growing their peer and industry network.
He is also part of the field:arts cohort, a new Creative Production Supports initiative supported by the Arts Council of Ireland that will cultivate growth, sustainability and ambition across the independent contemporary arts sector in Ireland by prioritising the fundamental relationship between the Creative Producer and Artist.


1. Rachel O’Connell in Iphigenia in Splott by Gary Owen. Photo credit: Jeda de Brí (2018)

2. Shauna Higgins and Kate Stanley Brennan in Restoration by Shaun Dunne. Photo credit: Luca Trufarelli (2020)

3. Mark Smith and Aisling Byrne in Making A Mark by Shaun Dunne. Photo credit: Luca Trufarelli (2019)