”The two star as on-screen couple in the drama, who recently broke up because Rae thought Finn was too good for her.
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The game is a baptism of fire for [Mirallegro's] character, David Campbell, who makes his Northern Ireland debut in front of 50,000 people . In January 2014, Mirallegro appeared at London's Royal Court Theatre in the drama The Pass, in a 2016 film version of the work, which premiered at the BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival in March 2016.
Since 2014 Mirallegro has performed in several BBC 4 radio dramas, including as the eponymous male character in Orpheus and Eurydice; for this role he was nominated Best Actor in the BBC Audio Drama Awards for 2016.
He is best known for his British television roles as Barry "Newt" Newton in the soap opera Hollyoaks (2007–2010), Finn Nelson in My Mad Fat Diary (2013–2015), Joe Middleton in The Village (2013), and Johnjo O'Shea in Common (2014).
Mirallegro is a BAFTA Award-nominated performer who has appeared in television, film, radio drama, and theatre.
The BBC re-commissioned the production for a second series Mirallegro also starred in HBO's Virtuoso, directed and partially written by Alan Ball.
Set in the 18th century, Mirallegro played a self-taught violin prodigy who travels to Vienna to learn with other young musicians.