Born and raised in Ireland Moe Dunford is an actor best known for his roles in Vikings and the critically acclaimed film Patrick’s Day. He also made an appearance on the globally beloved TV show, Game of Thrones. The actor is a fan as well as critic favorite, he has won multiple awards for his work in various TV shows and films.
Moe Dunford was born Maurice Dunford on December 11, 1987, in Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland. He was born under the star sign, Sagittarius. He belongs to Caucasian ethnicity and is Irish by nationality. Dunford spent most of his childhood in his hometown.
He studied at Gaiety School of Acting located in Essex Street West in Temple Bar, Dublin. He graduated with a degree in acting in 2009.
Although the spotlight rarely leaves Dunford alone there is no information about his relationships in the media. He is a shy person and likes to maintain a low-key personality in the media. Due to his secretive nature, there is no information about his past affairs in the tabloid sources.
He also prefers not to disclose any details regarding his current partners and due to a lack of information, we can assume that he is currently single as of February 2019.
As of February 2019, the Vikings actor’s net worth is estimated to be around $2 million. He was able to amass this decent net worth from his career as a TV and film actor. He earns a salary of $150k per episode from his work in Vikings. In similar fashion, the average actor earns around $39.84 per hour as per data from Chron.
Dunford started his career in 2010 with the television series The Tudors. Then in 2012 he got a role in Game of Thrones as Stark’s messenger and worked alongside Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Will Tudor, Rory McCann, and Jack Gleeson.
Similarly, he got his most notable role in 2014 with the TV show Vikings. He played the role of Æthelwulf. He was awarded the Irish Film and Television Awards for Actor in a Supporting Role in Drama.
Likewise, in film, he debuted in 2011 with the film The Nixer, then in 2014, he played Patrick Fitzgerald in Patrick’s Day. This film is considered his best work as he won 4 awards among 6 for which he was nominated.
His first award was the Cork Film Festival for the international category in 2014 which he won for Patrick’s Day. The same year he won the award for Best Actor in a Lead Role – Film at the Hell’s Half Mile Film & Music Festival.