Pat Laffan

Pat Laffan

  • Died on
    • March 14th, 2019
Pat Laffan was an Irish actor best known for his roles as Georgie Burgess in The Snapper and the milkman Pat Mustard in the Father Ted episode Speed 3. Laffan grew up on a farm in Co. Meath and began his career as an actor after graduating from Engineering in UCD. A prolific theatre actor, Laffan was a member of the Abbey Theatre Company in the 1960s and 1970s, and was the Director of the Peacock Theatre for most of the 1970s. He directed in the Gate Theatre from 1979 to 1982. Laffan had around 40 film credits to his name - including turns in Steven Spielberg's War Horse (2011), Intermission (2003), The General (1998) and Leap Year (2010) - and 30 credits on TV, Moone Boy, EastEnders and Ripper Street, to name a few. He died on March 14th, 2019 at the age of 79.

Starring Pat Laffan on Plex


Acting (16 Credits)

2011War Horse as Farmer #2
2010Leap Year as Donal
2010The Runway as ManusWatch Free
2006The Queen as Head Ghillie
2003Intermission as Charlie O'Brien
2003The Boys & Girl from County Clare as Gerry - The Customs Officer
2001How Harry Became a Tree as Father O'Connor
1998The General as Sgt. Patrick Higgins
1997The Saint as Catholic Priest
1995An Awfully Big Adventure as Mr Harcourt
1994War of the Buttons as Mr Connor
1993The Snapper as George Burgess
1991Hear My Song as Taxi Driver 1
1989My Left Foot as Barman
1975Barry Lyndon
1964Girl with Green Eyes as Bertie Counham

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