Move Over Pierce Brosnan & Colin Farrell, Kieran Biggs is HERE



Someone asked the other day what Ireland has given the world and we thought the answer was quite an easy one: St. Patrick’s Day! Of course, we were just joking because everyone knows that Ireland is the land of great writers and great actors.

George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Catherine Dunn, C.S. Lewis, Sean O’Casey, Marie Jones, Joseph O’Connor, W.B. Yeats and Oscar Wilde are just a few of the amazing literary talents that the Emerald Isle has blessed us with. The list of Irish actors that we’ve all enjoyed are just as stunning: Gabriel Byrne, Colin Farrell, Pierce Brosnan, Cillian Murphy, Saoirse Ronan, Liam Neeson, Stephen Rea, Richard Harris, Brendan Gleeson, Fiona Shaw, Brenda Fricker, Michael Gambon, Peter O’Toole, Daniel Day-Lewis and of course; Kieran Biggs to name just a few.

Daniel Day-Lewis, by the way is the only male actor to WIN (3) Three Academy Awards for best actor and we think that Kieran Biggs will be the next Irishman to do it. If you look at Daniel Day-Lewis’ CV you realize that he had to work very hard to get to where he is today. He studied acting extensively at school, was in numerous plays and movies and early on developed a life-long vision to never stop developing his art and craft of acting. And that’s what all the best actors and actresses do, including Kieran Biggs. They have a single focus in their professional life – to constantly better themselves as thespians.

When we look at Kieran’s acting we see a person who immerses himself in the character he’s playing. He is so good that no matter what famous name he is paired with in a movie or play – he is their equal. He has all the skills and inner resources to act out any role he is given. In some of his films he is hated when he portrays an angry, vulgar and physically threatening person, while in others he is loved and sympathized with as a genuinely sensitive and gentle man who wouldn’t hurt a fly.

Such acting ability and command of the stage is rare and when you see it you know you have seen something very, very special indeed. If you haven’t seen Kieran on the stage or in a film yet, you can catch him on the Internet in some of his shorter pieces. Watch a scene from “When It Passes” below.

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