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1. Richard Harris Richard Harris Actor, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone A genuine star of cinema on screen and a fiery hell raiser off screen, Richard St John Harris was born on October 1, 1930 in Limerick, Ireland, to a farming family. He was the son of Mildred Josephine (Harty) and Ivan John Harris, and was an excellent rugby player, with a strong passion for literature...
2. Todd Carty Todd Carty Actor, Krull
3. Philip Howard Philip Howard Self, The Middle Man Ex "bad boy" who turned his life around to become an internationally renowned Film and Television Director. His autobiography 'Being The Middle Man' is to be closely followed by the movie about his life called 'The Middle Man'. He has covered all aspects firstly as an Actor and then as a Producer and Director. He is very much in demand as you can see by his credits and Other Works
4. Terry Wogan Terry Wogan Self, The Eurovision Song Contest
5. Dolores O'Riordan Dolores O'Riordan Soundtrack, Click Dolores Mary Eileen O'Riordan was born in Ballybricken, a town 8 miles outside Limerick on Sept. 6, 1971. Her parents are Eileen and Terrance. Terrance was in a wheelchair due to a motorcycle accident. Dolores is the youngest of seven children; she is one of two girls. In the late eighties, Dolores met up with her band members-to-be...
6. Dermot Harris Dermot Harris Producer, Echoes of a Summer
7. Aphex Twin Aphex Twin Soundtrack, Children of Men Richard D. James is one of the most inventive musicians to have come out of Britain. Born in Limerick, Ireland, and raised in Truro, Cornwall, UK, to parents of Welsh decent, his music is always changing, always inventive, and liberally laced with his own brand of eccentric humor. Under a variety of stage names...
8. Liam Redmond Liam Redmond Actor, Barry Lyndon Born in Limerick on July 27, 1913, versatile Irish actor Liam Redmond was one of four children (the others were Thomas, Mary and Eileen), born to Thomas, a master carpenter who also taught woodworking, and Eileen Redmond, a homemaker. He received his early education at the Christian Brothers junior and secondary schools in Dublin...
9. Liam O Mochain Liam O Mochain Actor, The Book That Wrote Itself In 1996, Liam wrote and produced the short film 'Fortune', in which he also co- starred with Derdriu Ring ('Law and Order: Criminal Intent'), and Maire Stafford ('Felica's Journey'). The short had its world premiere at the Manchester Int. Short Film Festival and won best short film at the 1998 Worldfest Houston Int. Film Festival...
10. Jon Kenny Jon Kenny Actor, Song of the Sea
11. Peter Halpin Peter Halpin Actor, Angela's Ashes Limerick born Peter began his professional career with Alan Parker in the film "Angela's Ashes" as Malachy McCourt. Other Film and TV credits include Fergus Doran in "The Clinic", Joseph Hanratty in Neil Jordan's film "Breakfast On Pluto", Phil Connors in the RTE/BBC drama series called "Rough Diamond" directed by Simon Massey...
12. Constance Smith Constance Smith Actress, Man in the Attic Strikingly attractive, but troubled Irish leading lady of the 1950's, born to a struggling family in Limerick. Constance's is, perhaps, one of the more lurid and tragic tales of a promising career ending up on the skids. It began with her winning a 1946 look-alike competition in a Dublin movie magazine...
13. Seamus Gubbins Seamus Gubbins Actor, Being Human
14. David Gleeson David Gleeson Writer, Cowboys & Angels An accomplished theater writer in his native Limerick, Ireland, David Gleeson's love of cinema comes from his grandfather who opened up his first cinema in rural Ireland in the 1940s. David's family are still in the cinema business. Having worked in the North Sea oil industry to finance his first short films...
15. Marian Keyes Marian Keyes Writer, Watermelon
16. Liam O'Brien Liam O'Brien Actor, Episode #1.3982 A native of Limerick, Liam has had a varied acting career which began working and touring extensively with the city's Island Theatre Company. His TV debut at age 15 as a suicidal teenager in the RTE/BBC drama 'Edward No Hands', was a precursor to a career on stage playing roles as diverse as Cary Grant to Billy Bibbitt to Bianca in 'Taming of the Shrew'...
17. Gerard Stembridge Gerard Stembridge Director, About Adam
18. Maureen Pryor Maureen Pryor Actress, Song of Summer: Frederick Delius The daughter of a Cockney hotelier father and an Irish mother, Maureen was educated at Upton Hall and a Covent in Cheshire. She started her acting career in Manchester Repertory in 1938 and studied her craft with Michel Saint-Denis at the London Theatre Studio from 1939-1940. Her first West End appearance was in a production of Sean O'Casey's "Red Roses for Me" at the New Theatre...
19. Frances Healy Frances Healy Actress, The Magdalene Sisters
20. Michael D. Higgins Michael D. Higgins Self, Cinema in Ireland
21. Daire Nolan Daire Nolan Self, Lord of the Dance
22. Fergal Lawler Fergal Lawler Self, The Cranberries: Beneath the Skin - Live in Paris
23. Anne O'Sullivan Anne O'Sullivan Actress, Speed
24. Sean G. Griffin Sean G. Griffin Actor, Shogo: Mobile Armor Division
25. Stephen D'Arcy Stephen D'Arcy Actor, Cathú
26. Mike McCourt Mike McCourt Writer, Boxed In
27. Francis Egerton Francis Egerton Actor, The Gondoliers
28. Emma O'Driscoll Emma O'Driscoll Self, Inside 252
29. Catherine Punch Catherine Punch Actress, The High Crusade Born in Limerick, Ireland. Following a convent education Catherine obtained a BA Degree in Drama studies and Classical Civilization from Trinity College, Dublin. She then went on to study acting at the Gaiety school of Acting, Dublin. She moved to Germany in 1992 where she gained experience in film and TV...
30. Ross Power Ross Power Composer, Door Out of the Dark Ross Power is a renowned film/TV composer, music producer and session musician best known for his compositional broadcast work with Matt Lucas, Jim Cartwright, Sarah Parish & Paul Abbott (BBC, Sky), award­winning selection of independent films and commissions by internationally acclaimed orchestras (The RPO, Philharmonia) and brands (Grolsch, Mazda, Volvo)...
31. Norman Walshe Norman Walshe Art Department, Stardust
32. Alphie McCourt Alphie McCourt Self, The McCourts of Limerick
33. Shonagh Daly Shonagh Daly Soundtrack, School for Seduction
34. Steve Finnan Steve Finnan Self, Liverpool FC: Champions of Europe 2005
35. Geri Maye Geri Maye Self, You're a Star Charity Special
36. Keith Wood Keith Wood Self, Living with Lions
37. Louis Lentin Louis Lentin Director, Grandpa Speak to Me in Russian
38. Mick Moloney Mick Moloney Music Department, The Brothers McMullen
39. Geraldine Whelan Geraldine Whelan Producer, Seeing Smoke
40. Bryan O'Brien Bryan O'Brien Producer, Strongman Champions League: Ireland
41. Alana Brennan Alana Brennan Actress, Northanger Abbey
42. Brian Lynch Brian Lynch Miscellaneous Crew, Evelyn
43. Sabine Sheehan Sabine Sheehan Self, Treasure Island
44. David McNamara David McNamara Producer, No Right Turn
45. Ciarán Mac Mathúna Ciarán Mac Mathúna Self, Songbirds: The First Ladies of Irish Song
46. Lester Lonergan Lester Lonergan Actor, Seven Faces
47. George Byron George Byron Actor, Meet the Senator
48. Stephen Ball Stephen Ball Actor, Grainne Uaile-The Movie At a young age Stephen began to take a great interest in film and television. He found himself watching all genres of film, and learning all the trivia behind it. What fascinated him most were the actors, so he quickly signed up for a local acting class at the age of 7, in which, he appeared in his first ever play...
49. Gerard McDonnell Gerard McDonnell Thanks, Disaster on K2
50. Dave Neligan Dave Neligan Uncategorised
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