Ploughing his own furrow

It wasn’t hard for the females of Ireland to fall for Mossie Sheehan, the inarticulate farmer played by Liam Cunningham in Deirdre Purcell’s 1998 television drama Falling For A Dancer.

7th April, 2007

It wasn’t hard for the females of Ireland to fall for Mossie Sheehan, the inarticulate farmer played by Liam Cunningham in Deirdre Purcell’s 1998 television drama Falling For A Dancer.

Nor for them to despise the utterly despicable Detective Mannix Bone, Cunningham’s character in Sweety Barrett, Stephen Bradley’s skewed morality fable from that same year.

In 2002’s Dog Soldiers, meanwhile, he stuck his tongue firmly in his cheek...

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