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Ciarán joins Sinéad Cusack in new BBC series MotherFatherSon

Ciarán will play Richard Gere's father in a BBC series slated to air in 2019.

His long-time theatre partner Sinéad Cusack has also landed a part in the eight-episode thriller, set within systems of power in politics, media, and the police.

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Ciarán awarded at the Ulster Tatler Awards

Ciarán attended the prestigious Ulster Tatler Awards, which took place on Thursday September 6th, in Belfast's City Hall, where he was awarded with the much desired Lifetime Achievement Award, joining Brian Friel (author of Translations), Sir James Galway, Marie Jones and other honoured Irish personalities.

The Ulster Tatler Awards celebrates the best that Northern Ireland has to offer in hospitality, beauty, and business. Members of the public were invited to recognize the great achievements and talents coming out of Northern Ireland.

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 ignition sequence start ... 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0 ... All engines running. Liftoff! We have a liftoffAs the saying goes it's better to talk to the organ grinder than to the monkey. We then asked Ciarán about his part in First Man. It's definitely Bob Gilruth, as stated in his CV, a regretful indication that even the supposed well-informed websites can be misled.


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First Man: interesting update

According to the International Movie Database (IMDB), Ciarán would play Gene Kranz, famed NASA flight controller, in First Man. To people who are old enough to remember, Gene Kranz is the unsung hero who guided Neil Armstrong the last miles to his landing site. From the first Mercury missions to the last Apollo flight to the moon, for Gene Kranz, "failure was not an option".

Although our favourite actor is much older than his character at the time, let's fancy that he will sport Kranz' famous scowling face and white vests with panache... if this is true.

Ciarán excels in Brian Friel's Translations

Ciaran Hinds in Translations. Photo: Catherine AshmoreThe cast are also excellent in bringing an authentic slice of rural Donegal to the London stage. Colin Morgan excels, but the standout performance comes from Game of Throne's Ciarán Hinds as the ruddy and defiant Hugh (Radio Times).

It comes alive when Ciarán Hinds steps on stage as the shambling, raging, charismatic schoolmaster Hugh, constantly barking at his students to tell him the derivations of Latin and Greek words. When he moves his head his shoulders and torso move with it, as if his back has been stiffened from drink and rain. Hinds has a way of bellowing quietly that makes him a force on stage (The Stage).

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