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Biography
Thanks to the experience of theatrical activity Byrne could easily start getting starring roles in small films. In the movie he debuted in 1978 in the film “paved with stone bridge”; the trail was a project of 1979 “the Outsider” (“The Outsider”), and after him – the main role in Irish soap operas “Riordan” and “Fern”.
Gabriel James Byrne (Gabriel James Byrne or Irish, Gabriel Séamas Ó Broin, 12.05.1950) – Irish actor, film Director, film producer, writer and narrator of audiobooks.
His acting career began with theatre “Focus Tietr”; later, in 1979, he became part of the Royal Palace Theatre.
Cinematic debut was in the Irish soap Opera “Iordana” (“The Riordans”) and subsequent spin-off of “Fern” (“Bracken”).
At the moment, the actor managed to play in thirty-five films, including such hits as “Suspicious persons” (“The Usual Suspects”), “Miller’s crossing” (“Miller’s Crossing”) and “Stigmata” (“Stigmata”); in addition, on account of Byrne two filmed script.
From produced by Gabriel films should first be noted nominated for “Oscar” picture “In the name of father” (“In the Name of the Father”). Fresh of his roles, the most successful is the role of Dr. Paul Weston in the drama TV series of HBO’s “Treatment” (“In Treatment”).
Gabriel was born in Dublin, Ireland; he was the eldest of six children, raised in the family of a factory worker and nurses. When the boy was twelve, his lesson came a Catholic priest who read a beautiful, soul-saving speech. From this point Byrne was seriously interested in religion and even entered the Seminary in Birmingham. There for a long time he could not hold out soccer and cigarettes interested him much more prayers; in the end he was expelled.
The man returned to Dublin and enrolled in University College, where he studied foreign languages and archaeology. After graduating from College, he changed a number of rather unusual works installer glass eyes Teddy bear’s toy factory, plumber, and teacher of English.
His stage debut took place in 1974, the Dublin Shakespeare Society; later Gabriel joined the troupe of the theater “Trick Theater” is an experimental project directed by Jim Sheridan. In 1978 Byrne became a full-fledged actor, “Abby Tietr”; there he worked for two years. In the end, he managed to find his calling.
Thanks to the experience of theatrical activity Byrne could easily start getting starring roles in small films. In the movie he debuted in 1978 in the film “paved with stone bridge”; the trail was a project of 1979 “the Outsider” (“The Outsider”), and after him – the main role in Irish soap operas “Riordan” and “Fern”.
First significant film role went to Gabriel in the film of John Boorman “Excalibur” (Excalibur) – where the actor played the father of king Arthur; he coped brilliantly, although realistic heavy steel armor, a task not simplified.
Following were the role of the annoying Israeli lawyer in the disastrous film by Costa-Gavras “Hannah K” (“Hanna K”), and then the role of a German soldier in a terrible war drama Michael Mann’s “Zastava” (“The Keep”).
In the political drama 1985 “Protection state” (“Defense of the Realm”) Byrne showed in practice that he can successfully play the main role, embodying the image of the journalist investigating the fall of a nuclear bomber in the English countryside.
Hollywood, however, impress has been and Gabriel got only an auxiliary role. For some time he was engaged in television: he got the title role in the CBS miniseries “Christopher Columbus” (“Cristhoper Columbus”), and then the role of the son of the father of European fascism in the project on NBC’s “Mussolini: the Untold story” (“Mussolini: The Untold Story”).
In 1987 Byrne returned to the big screen, in such minor projects as Lionheart (“Lionheart ”) and “Hello Again” (“Hello, Again”); then Gabriel returned to England, where he played a major role in the film “Dark obsession” (“Diamond Skulls”).
In the nineties Byrne was finally able to attract the attention of American viewers; it began with the project “Miller’s crossing” the Coen brothers. In the role of Tom Reagan, the right hand of a large Irish gangster, sawashiro in the war with the Italian mafia, Byrne radiated such composure that not to remember him was simply impossible.
Next were the “Cool world” (“Cool World”) 1992 – a mix of movie and cartoon directed by Ralph Bakshi. In 1993, Gabrielle played in “Point of no return” (“Point of No Return”) c Bridget Fund; later, in the same year another of his character had to seduce from insecure and lonely heroine Barbara Hershey and dark and restless, Debra Binger in the psychological drama by Stephen Gyllenhaal “a Dangerous woman” (“A Dangerous Woman”). By this point Gabriel’s career was on the rise; he has already offered most of the principal roles.
Acting career Byrne has not stopped to this day; at the moment he is listed in two active projects.

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