Irish actor Shaun Paul McGrath was raised in a border town called Strabane, Co Tyrone Northern Ireland. He played Benjamin Benner in a role that was typically made for him in, "The Widows Moon". A strong psychological drama written & Directed by the Award Winning, German Film maker, Werner Schumann, Schumann Brothers with The Global Genesis Group, H Goldstein. USA. One of Shaun's most noteworthy performance came from his successful portrayal of Martin in Andrew Greener's Political Award Winning Turner Classic Film, Endgame. Wendy Ide, Film Critic -The Times, London. "Endgame was an ambitious drama with a sucker punch of an ending. Powerful and unsettling stuff. A gritty interruption of the troubles in Northern Ireland". It was voted runner up by a panel of judges which included: Gurinder Chadha, Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman, Julian Fellowes and Dame Helen Mirren. It was Also the first place winner (Critics award), at Chicago International Film Festival. Judge Sir Julian Fellowes OBE Oscar Winning screenwriter, "Endgame - a clear head-and-shoulders winner for me - Well acted - My attention never strayed". Katharine L Collins (Writer/ Director) BFI. "Shaun's is irrefutably magnetic and intensely enigmatic, his allure is so mesmerizing that you simply cannot take your eyes off him when he is on screen." Shaun was nominated The Best actor Award Shooting People. London... Risa Bramon Garcia, casting director LA. "Clearly talented". Director/writer Werner Schumann, Germany, "Beautiful, talented, seductive! When I see his work I want to make twenty films with him". "Running the full gamut between quiet intensity and thunderous power Shaun Paul McGrath is an actor of stunning versatility and range. He has a superlative understanding of the art and craft of acting and can evoke more with one small look in his eye than many actors can with their entire range" .Director, writer- K.Collins. London. Shaun also played along-side Warren Clarke and Anthony Head in the BBC's drama series "The Invisibles". He is in discussions regarding upcoming projects and is attached to a number of productions internationally. Shaun has finished filming in Colombia with Emmy Award winning show-runner & Director, Reshef Levi, Yannet Levi & Tomer Shani for their new Flagship TV series, Carthago. Set in WW2 Prision camp. Shaun Plays along-side Philip Glenister as the second in charge commander of the prison. Due for international release in the coming year.