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Born: December 10, 1941 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Dublin, IE Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
When Angels Sing (2013)
A man struggles to make peace with his past so that he and his son may experience the joy of Christmas again.
2.
Kill the Irishman (2011)
Danny Greene, a colorful criminal known for wearing green suits, earned the nickname "Mobster Robin Hood" for taking on Cleveland's Italian mob. He was hated by mobsters across the country for his "Irish luck" which they claimed helped him to narrowly escape their clutches time and time again.
3.
Guard, The (2011)
Irish cop Sergeant Gerry Boyle is a crass cynic with his own moral code and subversive sense of humor. When his town becomes key to an international drug trafficking investigation, Boyle chafes at sharing his territory with a humorless FBI agent.
4.
Invention of Lying, The (2009)
Set in an alternate reality where lying-even the concept of a lie-d s not exist. Everyone--from politicians to advertisers to the man and woman on the street--speaks the truth and nothing but the truth with no thought of the consequences. But when a down-on-his-luck loser named Mark suddenly develop
5.
Disney's A Christmas Carol (2009)
The ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future take Scrooge on a journey through time, giving him one chance to change before it's too late.
6.
Yes Man (2008)
Carl Allen's life is going nowhere--the operative word being "no"--until he signs up for a self-help program based on one simple covenant: say yes to everything--and anything. Unleashing the power of "YES" begins to transform Carl's life in amazing an unexpected ways, getting him promoted at work and opening the door to a new romance. But his willingness to embrace every opportunity might just become too much of a good thing.
7.
Slipstream (2007)
A man who's caught in a slipstream of time falling back on itself remembers his own future.
8.
Four Brothers (2005) as Cast
After their adoptive mother is murdered during a grocery store holdup, the Mercer brothers - hotheaded Bobby, hard-edged Angel, family man and businessman Jeremiah, and hard rocking Jack - reunite to take the matter of her death into their own hands. As they track down the killer, they quickly realize that their old ways of doing business have new consequences.
9.
Sexual Life (2005)
A romantic comedy inspired by "La Ronde," about a group of young urbanites and their sexual conquests and romantic entanglements, as each incident connects with the other.
10.
Checkmate (2005)
Psychological thriller that depicts the lives of the members of the Lazarov family and their dark secrets.
11.
Transamerica (2005)
Bree is a highly educated, conservative, transsexual woman who passes as a G.G. (a genetic girl), living in a poor section of Los Angeles and working two jobs to save money for her final sexual reassignment surgery. When she receives a phone call from Toby, a jailed teenage runaway looking for his f
12.
Man About Dog (2004)
A comedy set in the world of greyhound racing in which three Belfast losers try to take on the bookies with no money and a greyhound that runs only when it suits him.
13.
Murder She Wrote: The Celtic Riddle (2003) as Margaret Byrne
Adapted from Lyn Hamilton's novel of the same name, the latest "Murder She Wrote" installment has octagenarian sleuth Jessica Fletcher traveling to Ireland for the reading of a will, only to find herself in the midst of a den of thieves.
14.
Tears of the Sun (2003) as Sister Grace
Navy SEAL Lieutenant A.K. Waters and his elite squadron of tactical specialists are forced to choose between their duty and their humanity, between following orders by ignoring the conflict that surrounds them, or finding the courage to follow their conscience and protect a group of innocent refugee
15.
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood (2002) as Teensy
Sidda Lee Walker, a prominent young playwright living in New York City, is a long way from her Louisiana hometown and a safe distance from her loving but highly dramatic and eccentric mother, Vivi. And that's the way she'd like to keep it. But when a 'Time Magazine' profile on Sidda implies that Vivi was not a good mother, Vivi is outraged and the two women get into a fight that threatens to destroy not only their relationship but Sidda's tenuous wedding plans with a man who has waited seven years for her to get over her fear of raising a family of her own. Enter the Ya-Ya Sisterhood... Vivi's intrepid gang of lifelong friends eager to restore peace no matter what it takes. To truly understand Vivi, the Ya-Yas believe, Sidda must know who her mother was as a young woman. A high-spirited beauty who valued love and loyalty above all else, young Vivi was dealt many disappointments in life but was also blessed with an indomitable sense of humor, an adventurous spirit and three best friends. Together, this inseparable foursome shared both good and bad times, celebrating each other's triumphs for more than 40 years, which they recorded in a scrapbook, known as the Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Taking matters into their own hands, the Ya-Yas stage an unorthodox intervention to bring mother and daughter back together. With their help and the help of the Divine Secrets, Sidda will begin to unravel the truth about her complicated and unconventional mother, find forgiveness and acceptance, and let go of her painful past.
16.
Others, The (2001) as Mrs Mills
The mother of two children comes to suspect her remote country estate is haunted.
17.
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story (2000) as Sally
Biopic about Arturo Sandoval, the Cuban jazz trumpeter who struggled against the Cuban government's attempts to suppress his art. Sandoval's early music career was stifled in Cuba, where he was forced to play in state-run orchestras, but he chose to stay because of his passionate love for his wife,
18.
With or Without You (1999) as Irene
Rosie and Vincent are desperate to have a baby. The constant disappointment begins to corrode their relationship until Benoit, a French postman and old friend of Rosie's, shows up on their doorstop and turns their relationship inside-out.
19.
Barbara Taylor Bradford's "A Secret Affair" (1999) as Drucilla Fitzgerald
Adaptation of Barbara Taylor Bradford's novel "A Secret Affair" about Vanessa Stewart, a successful executive who feels stifled by her perfect life until a chance, passionate romance with a daring television reporter gives her the courage to seek her life's true destiny.
20.
Waking Ned Devine (1998) as Annie O'Shea
An entire town tries to claim a deceased man's lottery winnings.
21.
Quest for Camelot (1998) as Additional Voice
An Arthurian romance tale of an independent young woman and a handsome young man who embark upon a dangerous quest for the Holy Grail in order to save King Arthur's kingdom, while also trying to save the woman's sister from the evil Baron Ruber.
22.
Some Mother's Son (1996) as Annie Higgins
Could you stand by and watch your son starve himself to death for his beliefs? Or would you go against his wishes and save his life even though it meant the defeat of the cause he was willing to die for? A widowed schoolteacher and life-long pacifist, Kathleen Quigley has been careful to stay clear of the war in her native Northern Ireland, instead devoting herself to the care of her three children. She is shaken out of her comfortable existence when her son Gerard is captured along with the fugitive IRA leader Frank Higgins, after a shoot-out with the British army. Gerard's imprisonment and his subsequent participation in the IRA prisoners' protest to be treated as prisoners of war draws Kathleen into Northern Ireland's political conflict and into contact with Higgins' mother Annie, a hardworking farmer and fervent IRA supporter.
23.
White Mile (1994) as Genna Karns
About a competitive white water rafting race that gets out of hand.
24.
Money for Nothing (1993) as Mrs Coyle
Based on a true story, an unemployed longshoreman, Joey Coyle, finds a million dollars in unmarked bills that fell from an armored car.
25.
Pornographer, The (1993)
A wildly jealous artist sabotages his friend and supporter, a once-promising filmmaker who, while reduced to shooting porn films, has an enviable gift for living.
26.
Mad At the Moon (1992) as Jenny'S Mom
Set in the 1890s, a woman discovers the man she has married is bewitched.
27.
Final Verdict (1991) as Pearl Morton
A television movie based on the book by Adela Rogers St. Johns. Set in pre-World War I Los Angeles when she was a child, St. Johns recalls the special relationship she had with her father, a famous defense lawyer and his involvement in two sensational court cases.
28.
Death Dreams (1991)
A woman believes she can communicate with her dead daughter while she seeks to discover the truth about the little girl's death.
29.
Murder: A Self-Portrait (1989) as Louise
When the murderous past of a European artist is about to be revealed by his ex-wife, he sets into motion an elaborate murder scheme.
30.
Youngblood (1986) as Miss Mcgill
Handsome Youngblood is a hockey prodigy who excels at the sport, but not the fighting that goes along with it. He is chosen for the team by Coach Chadwick, but gets sent home after being targeted by Racki, who viciously beats him up. Discouraged, Youngblood goes home to his Canadian farm where his father and big brother teach him to toughen up enough to go back to his sport. After a regimen of combat training, Youngblood returns to face Racki.
31.
State of Emergency, A (1986) as Diane Carmody
32.
Winner Never Quits, A (1986) as Mrs Wyshner
Sentimental dramatization of Pete Gray's story. Keith Carradine (with one arm tied behind his back) plays the one-armed baseball player of the 1940s who not only realized his dream of playing in the major leagues (he was with the St. Louis Browns briefly) but inspired a handicapped youngster. Dennis
33.
James Joyce's Women (1985) as Gerty Mcdowell; Harriet Shaw Weaver; Molly Bloom; Nora Barnacle Joyce; Sylvia Beach; Washerwoman One
34.
Scorned And Swindled (1984) as Margaret
A smooth-talking charmer who lures women into fraudulent marriages and then swindled them out of everything they own meets his match in Tuesday Weld who is first swept off her feet but then, after discovering she's been taken, refuses to play the pushover and decides to hunt him down in a cross coun
35.
Ewok Adventure, The (1984) as Catarine Towani
Those furry creatures introduced in "Return of the Jedi" provided George Lucas with his entry into television in this remarkable film odyssey, given a visual excitement from Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic company that transforms the Ewok's adventures with two young space castaways searching for t
36.
Reflections (1983) as Charlotte Lawless
37.
Through Naked Eyes (1983) as Dr Frances Muller
Musician David Soul, scanning the tower opposite his through binoculars from the living room of his plush Chicago lakeside complex, finds an alluring woman, Pam Dawber, watching him through a telescope, and soon the two discover that their voyeuristic game has been joined by someone else who is watc
38.
P.K. And The Kid (1982) as Flo
P.K. is a teenager who runs away from home because her mother's boyfriend has been sexually abusing her. Kid Kane is on his way to an arm-wrestling competion when he discovers that P.K. hiding in the back of his truck. When he learns why P.K has run away, Kane takes her with him, and this gets him
39.
Mr. Patman (1980) as Abadaba
40.
Young Love, First Love (1979) as Audrey Gibson
A teenage couple of disparate backgrounds experience their first romance. She's a girl from a permissive California family; he's from a conservative midwestern family and has moved in with his sister on the west coast after the death of his parents. Initially, this was called "A Girl and a Boy: The
41.
Mary White (1977) as Sallie White
A sensitive story of a young girl and her moving relationship with her famed father, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist William Allen White, and the profound change in his life following her tragic death at sixteen in a horseback riding accident in 1921. Caryl Ledner received an Emmy Award for the ad
42.
Nightmare in Badham County (1976) as Dulcie
Two college coeds find their vacation drive across the country turning into a nightmare when one is attacked by a small-town sheriff and both are then beaten, degraded, and locked into a corrupt prison farm with no way to tell their parents or friends where they are.
43.
Legend of Lizzie Borden, The (1975) as Bridget Sullivan
An ethereal retelling, stylishly produced, of the story of the New England spinster accused of the axe murders of her father and stepmother in the 1890s in the town of Fall River, Massachusetts. Emmy Award nominations went to Elizabeth Montgomery, art director Jack DeShields, set decorator Henry Gordon, editor John A. Martinelli, and costume designer Guy Verhille. DeShields and Gordon won.
44.
Godchild, The (1974) as Virginia
An update of the oft-filmed "The Three Godfathers," previously made in 1916 with Harry Carey, repeating his role in John Ford's 1919 version ("Marked Men"), in William Wyler's 1929 adaptation ("Hell's Heroes") with Charles Bickford, in Richard Boleslavski's 1936 production with Chester Morris and Walter Brennan, and in John Ford's Technicolor version with John Wayne in 1948, dedicated to Harry Carey. Three Civil War prisoners, fleeing from both Confederates and Apaches, risk their freedom and lives to aid a dying woman and become guardians of her newborn child.
45.
Sinful Davey (1969) as Penelope
Love complicates a 19th-century Scot's efforts to follow in his father's criminal footsteps.
46.
Ulysses (1967) as Gerty MacDowell
Dublin; June 16, 1904. Stephen Dedalus, who fancies himself as a poet, embarks on a day of wandering about the city during which he finds friendship and a father figure in Leopold Bloom, a middle-aged Jew. Meanwhile, Bloom's day, illuminated by a funeral and an evening of drinking and revelry that stirs paternal feelings toward Stephen, ends with a rapprochement with Molly, his earthy wife.

Writer (feature film)

47.
James Joyce's Women (1985) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

48.
James Joyce's Women (1985) as Producer

Cast (special)

49.
Cold Comfort Farm (1971) as Mary Smiling
Flora Poste -- well-bred, expensively educated, strong-willed, newly orphaned and in need of a home -- seeks refuge with her cousins, the eccentric Starkadders, at Cold Comfort Farm in Howling, Sussex.

Cast (special)

50.
Revelations (2004) as Cast
An contemporary epic look at the end of the world as described in the Bible's Book of Revelations and the efforts of two people to stop the Armageddon.
51.
Rich Man, Poor Man (1975) as Clothilde
The overwhelming success of this star-laden TV adaptation of Irwin Shaw's 1970 best-seller that was shown as six two-hour motion pictures over a seven-week period assured the future of the "Novel for Television" miniseries genre. Stars of varying magnitudes were made of the production's three leadin
52.
Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1973) as Felicia
Oscar Wilde's eerie tale about a handsome Englishman who retains his youth while his portrait ages was given a two-part tape-to-film adaptation. Earlier there had been five silent film versions plus the classic production with Hurd Hatfield in 1945 and its 1970 remake.

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