Claire Falconer (born Enniskillen, Northern Ireland) is an Irish actress and painter who currently works in Ireland, Italy and United States.
Following a degree in Law with Hispanic Studies at Queen’s University, Belfast, Falconer continued to exhibit her work around Europe and United States. During these years many magazines and newspapers published articles on Claire Falconer paintings featuring her in a small group of International artists.
Falconer's work was recognised by the art world when she won a National RTÉ art competition in October 2001. Twenty-six of her paintings were displayed at the Abode Gallery in Dublin.
In 2003, Falconer was commissioned to paint a portrait of Richard Bennett, Headmaster of Portora Royal School, Enniskillen.
In 2004 a Japanese girl whom Falconer dressed in sumptuous embroidered brocade was depicted in a stylized painting.
She has also been living in Rome, Italy and Los Angeles, California, in recent years.
Falconer co-founded Satyricon Pictures in 2009 together with filmmaker Christian Filippella. She starred in and was executive director for Satyricon's 2011 crime comedy film Silver Case.
- Indie Fest Award - Award of Merit/Excellence - Supporting Actress in Silver Case (2012)