Aethelwulf Played by Moe Dunford
Son of King Ecbert, Aethelwulf doesn’t understand his father’s interest in Ragnar and the pagan Northmen, but as a faithful son he will do whatever his father asks. Ecbert is grooming him to become king and continue his lineage.
Moe recently wrapped on John Butler’s next film Handsome Devil playing the role of Pascal opposite Andrew Scott. Moe is one of ten European actors to receive a Shooting Star award in Berlin as part of the Berlin International Film Festival 2015.
Moe was awarded the IFTA 2015 for Best Lead Actor, Film for his role as Patrick in Patrick’s Day directed by Terry McMahon which first premiered at the prestigious SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas in March 2014. Moe was nominated for the prestigious Bingham Ray New Talent Award at the Galway Film Fleadh 2014 for his work on this movie which won the Best Feature Award at the same festival. Moe also won the award for best actor at the Hell’s Half Mile Film Festival in Michigan amongst several other international awards and nominations.
Patrick’s Day has gone on to receive both critical and audience acclaim at festivals across Europe and North America and was chosen as the Irish entry for the Directors Guild Finders Series Award and has been screened in LA as part of this prestigious selection. Patrick’s Day won the “Maverick” Grand Jury Prize winner of the 15th Woodstock Film Festival for best film.
Moe also recently appeared in the indie feature film “Traders” for Coco Television directed by Peter Murphy and Rachel Moriarty. Other screen work includes “Raw” Series 5 in the recurring role Niall for Octagon/RTE, the recurring role of Christian in “An Criss Eile” directed by Charlie McCarthy for Wildfire Films/TG4. Moe also appeared as Richard Leland in two episodes of Season 4 of “The Tudors” for Showtime/BBC.