Eamon Farren (born 19 May 1985) is an Australian actor. Following starring roles in the films X: Night of Vengeance (2011) and Chained (2012), he came to prominence for portraying Richard Horne in the 2017 revival of Twin Peaks. He also won the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) award for Best Guest Or Supporting Actor in a Television Drama in 2015 for his role in the television film Carlotta (2014). Farren has since had film roles in Winchester (2018) and Harmony (2018) and appeared in the series The ABC Murders (2018) and The Witcher (2019–present).
Farren was born in north Queensland and raised near the Gold Coast from the age of six. "We had really great beach parties," Farren once said of growing up in The Gold Coast. "We'd enjoy ourselves all night by the water with music. They're the best parties I've ever been to." Farren once stated in an interview he always knew he wanted to be an actor: "I can't remember a time when I didn't watch a movie and think, 'That's what I want to do'... Growing up, people said you have to have a plan B. I never felt that, I always thought, nah, this is what I'm going to do." He attended Benowa State High School and studied in its French Immersion Program where students study typical subjects but receive at least half of their schooling in French. Farren graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2007. He credits actors Daniel Day-Lewis and Gary Oldman as his primary influences and inspiration.