My Irlen Story: Paddy Considine
Updated: Apr 20, 2019
British writer, actor, and director, Paddy Considine, has had quite an outstanding film and TV career that includes notable performances in: Journeyman, The Death of Stalin, Macbeth, In America, Dead Man’s Shoes, Pride, The Bourne Ultimatum, Hot Fuzz, Submarine, Cinderella Man, 24 Hour Party People, My Summer of Love, “Peaky Blinders,” “Red Riding” trilogy,”The Suspicions of Mr. Whicher.” His skills extend behind the camera as well, with award-winning writing and directing credits for: Journeyman, Tyrannosaur, Dog Altogether, Dead Man’s Shoes (co-writer). Paddy is currently staring on Broadway in The Ferryman, which is his first theater role.
For years, Paddy suffered with a variety of symptoms and just thought he was ill, but it turned out Irlen Syndrome was the cause of most of his troubles. Now Paddy wears Irlen Spectral Filters and works tirelessly to help raise awareness of Irlen Syndrome whenever he can.