Malcolm most recently played Mr Gallogher in The Shadow of a Gunman. His other work at the Abbey Theatre includes 16 Possible Glimpses, Macbeth, Only an Apple (Irish Times Theatre Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor), The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui and Big Love. At the Lyric Theatre he has appeared in The Crucible. Other theatre credits include Stones in His Pockets (Duke of York’s Theatre and 40 city UK tour), Alone it Stands (Duchess Theatre), A Streercar Named Desire, Salomé (Gate Theatre), The Field (Lane Productions), Anything but Love, The Colleen Bawn Trials (Joan Sheehy/Limerick City of Culture), Slattery’s Sago Saga, Irish Times Theatre award nomination for Best Actor (Performance Corporation), The Magic Boy and Fr Matthew (Yew Tree theatre), The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Calypso), The Taming of the Shrew, Irish Times Theatre Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor (Rough Magic), Romeo and Juliet, Woyzeck (Corcadorca), King Ubu/Ubu Roi (Galway Arts Festival), Wallace, Balfe and Mr Bunn (Theatre Royal, Waterford) The Bridge Below the Town, Belfry, Irish Times Theatre Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor (Livin’ Dred), Mrs Warren’s Profession (Cork Opera House), Rashomon (Everyman Palace), Alice in Wonderland (Landmark Productions), Da (Irish Repertory Theater, New York), Lovechild and Public Enemy (Irish Arts Center), Under Milk Wood (Hartford Stage, Connecticut), The Factory Girls (Williamstown Theatre Festival, Massachusetts), Macbeth (Second Age), Harry’s Christmas (Bewley’s Cafe Theatre). Film and television work includes A Dangerous Fortune (German TV), Megacities (Austrian TV), Trivia II, The Clinic VII (RTÉ), Ripper Street (BBC), Crisis Eile II , Exile in Hell (TG4), Forgiveness (Ned Kelly Pictures), Sanctuary (FOMACS), Fair City (RTÉ), Faithful (Tribeca Productions) and I Shot Andy Warhol (Samuel Goldwyn). Malcolm trained in the Actors’ Space, New York with Alan Langdon.