About Ryan O’Shaughnessy
Ryan O’Shaughnessy, born in 1992, in an Irish singer-songwriter and actor from Dublin. His career started within the world of acting, playing the role of Mark Halpin in the Irish soap Fair City from 2001 to 2010.
Despite undertaking a music course with the Brighton Institute of Modern Music in his early years, O’Shaughnessy finally decided to become a musician. In 2012, O’Shaughnessy took part in 2 talent shows almost simultaneously: The Voice of Ireland and Britain’s Got Talent. Whilst being eliminated from The Voice during the first live show, he managed to advance to the final of Britain’s Got Talent, finishing in 5th place.
Following his appearance in the Irish song-writing competition – The Hit – back in 2013, the singer has since continued to work on his own material, establishing the Dublin-based record label, Bayview Records, in 2015.