Natural Talent: Charlie Murphy
She may be best known for her small-screen success, but the Wexford actress’s heart lies on stage
Some actors, when you meet them, seem larger than life. Charlie Murphy is quite the opposite. As she sits across from me in a suite in the Clarence Hotel in Dublin, she’s wearing barely a scrap of make-up and she’s a quiet, if effortlessly sweet presence: happy to chat, but far from a commanding personage in the room.
It’s hard to imagine, looking at her, that this is the same person...
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