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Byrne was the first of six children, born in Dublin, Ireland. His father was a cooper and his mother a hospital worker. He was raised Catholic and educated by the Irish Christian Brothers. He spent five years of his childhood in a seminary training to be a Catholic priest. He later said, "I spent five years in the seminary and I suppose it was assumed that you had a vocation. I have realized subsequently that I didn't have one at all. I don't believe in God. But I did believe at the time in this notion that you were being called. He discovered his acting ability as a young adult. Before that he worked at several occupations which included being an archaeologist, a cook, a bullfighter, and a Spanish schoolteacher.
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Gabriel Byrne was born on this day, May 12, in in Dublin! Here's a look at the Irishman's top films for his big day. Read More: The best Irish movies of all time.
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Whereas many stars are bitten by the acting bug early in life, Gabriel Byrne did not become interested in the craft until he was in his late twenties. Since then, he has worked steadily as a leading and supporting actor in a wide variety of Hollywood and international films, gaining a reputation as one of th e most reliably solid performers on either side of the Atlantic. As a youth, the Dublin-born and bred actor aspired to become a Catholic priest. He was thus sent to a seminary in England, where he studied for four years. His time there came to an abrupt end after the year-old Byrne was caught smoking and expelled. Upon returning to Ireland, he worked at assorted jobs, eventually receiving a scholarship to Dublin's University College. After studying linguistics and archeology, Byrne worked as an archeologist for three years and then taught Spanish and Gaelic at a Catholic girls school for four years. During his teaching tenure, Byrne appeared in an amateur theatrical production and was good enough to attract the interest of an actor from the highly regarded Abbey Theatre, who encouraged him to try acting professionally. After appearing in a few more community theater productions, Byrne became a member of the Abbey Theatre. He also began to work in television, and in made his film debut in The Outsider.

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Byrne was the first of six children, born in Dublin, Ireland. His father was a cooper and his mother a hospital worker. He was raised Catholic and educated by the Irish Christian Brothers. He spent five years of his childhood in a seminary training to be a Catholic priest. He later said, "I spent five years in the seminary and I suppose it was assumed that you had a vocation.

I have realized subsequently that I didn't have one at all. I don't believe in God. But I did believe at the time in this notion that you were being called. He discovered his acting ability as a young adult.

Before that he worked at several occupations which included being an archaeologist, a cook, a bullfighter, and a Spanish schoolteacher. He begin acting when he was Byrne came to prominence on the final season of the Irish television show The Riordans, later starring in the spin-off series, Bracken. Byrne is featured as therapist Dr. Byrne did not visit America until he was In , Byrne married actress Ellen Barkin with whom he has two children.

The couple separated amicably in and divorced in Byrne resides in Brooklyn, New York. This was for lifetime achievement in acting.

He was awarded an honorary degree in late by the National University of Ireland, Galway, in recognition of Byrne's "outstanding contribution to Irish and international film".

Sign In. Edit Gabriel Byrne. Showing all 45 items. Has a son, Jack Daniel, born ; and a daughter, Romy Marion, born Started acting at the age of 29 and he went to America for the first time when he was Before becoming an actor, he was an archaelogist, a schoolteacher, a short-order cook, and a bullfighter. In a November interview with the New York Post, he claimed to have been molested by his Latin teacher while at an English seminary preparing for priesthood.

He went from a priest in Stigmata to Satan in End of Days Although he separated from Ellen Barkin in , he did not file for divorce until May He has Irish citizenship and resident alien status in the United States. Learned to speak Gaelic in college and still speaks it fluently. Cites Federico Fellini 's Amarcord as one of his all-time favorite movies. In Excalibur he plays Arthur's father, Uther Pendragon. As of , has never appeared in a film nominated for the the Best Picture Oscar. Born on exactly the same date as Bruce Boxleitner of "Tron" fame.

I would like to break out of this "dark, brooding" image, cause I'm actually not like that at all. In Ireland, brooding is a term we use for hens. A brooding hen is supposed to lay eggs. Everytime somebody says "He's dark and brooding" I think: "He's about to lay an egg". The truth is that actors don't really have any control over the end product. To think that you have control is a delusion and it's also incredibly frustrating to be investing that much hope into something that essentially boils down to marketing.

So you try to do movies that you feel connected with and you work with directors and actors you admire. I've always felt that acting is about exposure. You expose yourself in the choices you make. It's when you present yourself as truthfully as you can, in a given situation, that you are being that character. Even though you're being yourself. Sometimes, the vanity of actors is that we imagine we're so completely different on screen from who we are in real life.

When really, all actors play themselves. American movies to me - and, I mean, I've said this before a million times - are becoming more and more homogeneous because the marketing objective - and marketing now plays such a major role in movies that it almost obliterates everything else - the marketing objective is the lowest common denominator.

That, allied with the cynicism of the way movies are put together - product placement and spin-offs and toys and all kinds of crap that, you know, have nothing to do with the telling of stories - they've turned American movies into McMovies. So that when the movie-goer gets his movie, it's like a hamburger: he doesn't want a piece of aubergine in there; he wants his onion, his tomato, his hamburger and his bun. And he doesn't want the bun hard, he wants it soft. And he wants it in two minutes. I think the reason certain societies thrive while others don't is the society that is open to new ideas is going to thrive, while the ones that don't, that oppose any outside or opposing cultural influences, those are in trouble, and I think America has done the latter over the past 20 or more years.

The worse it is for America, the worse it is for the rest of us. Her magnetism was incontestable, both as a person and as an actress. When you're working with somebody you see them in a very different light. I just knew she was special. I remember looking out into the audience at one point, and the theater was packed with wealthy, white-haired people. After the curtain call I turned to one of the other actors and said 'Theater is dead.

There's no audience. There's no one under 60 out there. They're all white. It's the job of the director to be like a great orchestra leader, and bring out the music that the writer wrote, through the instruments, which are the actors. A lot of people who live in America, and it's not their fault, have a stereotypical view of Ireland.

You get a movie like The Quiet Man and people arrive at Shannon airport and expect to be met by Barry Fitzgerald. That single negative thought interacts with another negative thought and becomes a reality. And the world seems like the darkest, bleakest, blackest place that you can possibly be. And it has nothing to do with logic, it has nothing to do with reality. It's a chemical, and I suppose ultimately becomes a spiritual, imbalance in the body and in the mind. But it feels like the truth.

That's what's so insidious about it. It did affect my sense of myself. I didn't feel that I suffered at the time. I just felt it was the way of the world. It took many years to come to terms with and to forgive those incidents that I felt had deeply hurt me. Unfortunately, I experienced some sexual abuse. It was a known and admitted fact of life amongst us that there was this particular man, and you didn't want to be left in the dressing room with him.

There were certain boundaries, sexual boundaries, that were crossed. I like the level of anonymity I have now. When I was doing In Treatment , it became a nightmare - much more than it had been before that. You have to be very careful with television. I love working but I don't want that kind of attention again.

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