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"Ah," laughs the Kildare-born actor, "I bet after that it'll be shite".I don't think I've met anyone in the industry so animated before, or with so much fervour for the craft.
There was an old man in a nursing home saying, "I've played Hamlet, I've played Richard II, I've played Lear, I've played them all." I was sitting there thinking, "That is what I want to do." I want to be able to look back and say I've played amazing parts, worked with great actors and amazing directors. After graduating from the Drama Centre London in 2011, he co-starred as Giovanni in a production of the John Ford play 'Tis Pity She's a Whore at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, directed by Jonathan Munby.After the filming of series 4 of Being Human, Damien played the lead role of Motl Mendl in the National Theatre production of Travelling Light alongside Sir Antony Sher.We’ve got a very special, exclusive treat to share ahead of the Suspects series 5 double-bill finale tonight!The lovely people at Suspects HQ kindly took the time to answer ‘ten questions’ from…Continue reading Jack Weston (Damien Molony) " data-medium-file="https://damienmolony.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/suspects5channel5-11.jpg?
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He smiles a lot, gesticulates when the coughing gets in the way, concedes when you stump him with a good question and is visibly thrilled to be part of the history that festoons the NT. The play's author, Nicholas Wright, says this is a story about "when somebody becomes completely, passionately committed to their art, and what the cost is for them, and more to the point the cost for the people around them.
Were he not so energetic, so canny, I'd worry he might be spreading himself a bit thin. That always makes people slightly inhuman, in a way, ruthless".
At the same time Molony starred in the play "If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep" at the Royal Court Theatre.
Radio: BBC Poetry Please 'June Miscellany', reading The Sunlight on the Garden by Louis Mac Neice, Bright Star by John Keats, Lullaby by W.
From 2010 to 2013, Tovey starred in the British comedy , which premiered on March 5 in the U. The series is set in 1788 Australia when the British set up its first penal colony, made up mostly of convicts and soldiers, in New South Wales. Aidan Turner (John Mitchell) Mitchell has been around much longer than his flatmates Annie and George, he’s a vampire who was born in Ireland in 1893.