They were the first Filmmaking Father and Daughter to be nominated for an Oscar for the same film, which Irish family are we talking about?
Which Irish television series was mentioned in the movie Once as how one of the characters learned to speak English?
In 1961 President Eamon de Valera, who said in his speech: “Never before was there in the hands of men an instrument so powerful to influence the thoughts and actions of the multitude.” What was he talking about?
The daughter of which Irish front man appeared in This Must be the Place?
Which 2012 Irish made film begins with the lines “My story can never be told. I write it over and over, wherever we find shelter. I write of what I cannot speak: the truth. I write all I know of it, then I throw that pages to the wind. Maybe the birds can read it.”?
He was part of a comedy duo, has appeared in a number of highly successful Irish television comedies and played it straight and tragic in Garage, who are we talking about?
Which Irish Actor was offered a role as the first Doctor Who (1962)
Which 2007 Irish television series was a spin-off from “Adam & Paul” (2004)?
Which Irish actor/writer/producer currently enjoying success and television and movies is quoted as saying “I’ve always been conscious of the fact that there aren’t enough Irish voices on British television compared to the amount of Irish people who live there.”
For which British sketch show did Graham Linehan begin his comedy writing career?
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Jim and Kirsten Sheridan were the first filmmaking father and daughter to be nominated for Oscars the same film for In America.
Fair City was mentioned in Once.
Eamon De Valera spoke those word about the opening of RTE on New Year’s Eve of that year.
Eve Hewson, Bono’s daughter was in This Must Be the Place.
Saoirse Ronan speak these words at the beginning of Byzantium.
Pat Shortt played it straight in Garage.
Cyril Cusack turned down the role as the First Doctor Who.
Prosperity was the television spin off of Adam & Paul (both written by Mark O’Halloran and both directed by Lenny Abrahamson).
Chris O’Dowd said those words about the Irish in the UK
Graham Linehan first wrote for Alas Smith and Jones.
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