The Edinburgh born, Belfast bred journalist was educated from primary to post-graduate diploma level via Dundela Primary School, Strandtown Primary School, Methodist College Belfast, Queen's University Belfast and the University of Ulster.
He passed several exams along the way and now holds a 2:1 degree in Political Science, a Post Graduate Diploma in Newspaper Journalism (pass with distinction) and a junior athletics certificate in trampolining.
His interests include (but are not limited to) crime fiction, classic cars and loud rock music.
He is a supporter of Aston Villa Football Club. He likes cats, but prefers dogs
:: Rory Nellis – Sanitiser Sessions LOCAL music star Rory Nellis has been doing a series of live streamed acoustic performances from the comfort of his living room, showcasing songs from his pair of fine albums There Are Enough Love Songs in The World and Ready For You Now, plus choice covers and even the odd favourite by his old outfit Seven Summits.
"WE ONLY started writing the play three years ago – everything has happened so fast," enthuses Oisín Kearney of the journey he and writing partner Michael Patrick have been on with My Left Nut, their acclaimed one-man theatre show based on the latter's rather embarrassing teenage cancer scare, which they have just adapted into a sharp three-part comedy drama for the BBC.
HI ANTHONY, how are you coping with the ongoing Coronavirus restrictions – it must be a nightmare not being able to play live at the moment? I was lucky to get a little run of concentrated work, literally days before the shutters came down, and I'm grateful to have had that income