Meeting with Brian Dennehy & Mary Keane at “The Field” in the INEC Killarney on Tuesday, 15th Feb. 2011

Mary Keane, wife of the late John B. and Brian Dennehy, Actor Supreme with Seán Radley following the opening night of "The Field" at the INEC Killarney where a capacity audience witnessed a magnificent production of John B. Keane's world famous play.

With LTV2’s William Fitzgerald on camera we received an exclusive interview following the truly outstanding presentation of “The Field” on Tuesday, 15th Feb. 2011 – with Mary (wife of John B.) & Billy (son of John B.) Keane and with internationally famous filmstar Brian Dennehy who is so wonderfully proud of [read more …] “Meeting with Brian Dennehy & Mary Keane at “The Field” in the INEC Killarney on Tuesday, 15th Feb. 2011″

Brian Dennehy on the Late Late

2010-01-07 Brian Dennehy on the Late Late

Brian Dennehy’s appearance on the Late Late on Friday evening is available on RTE’s website until January 28th. He refers to Millstreet where his grandfather came from twice in the interview and also to Noel C Duggan.

The interview lasts for the first 21 minutes of the programme. Watch the interview here. [read more …] “Brian Dennehy on the Late Late”

Brian Dennehy on the Late Late this evening

Irish-American Acting legend Brian Dennehy whose grandfather originally came from Church Street in Millstreet, will be appearing on the Late Late Show on RTE 1 this evening at 9:30pm.

He is currently in Ireland as he is playing The Bull McCabe in Field at the Olympia Theatre Dublin until Feb 12th. If you’re unable to see the interview tonight, you’ll still be able to see it on RTE Player for the next two weeks.

Read a previous article on Brian  Dennehy
With thanks to Padraig for the heads up

Brian Dennehy to get Lifetime Achievement Award

Irish American stage and screen giant Brian Dennehy is set to be honored with the 2010 Eugene O’Neill Lifetime Achievement Award by the Irish American Writers and Artists (IAW&A) association. He will receive the award at a special ceremony to be held at The Manhattan Club (upstairs at Rosie O’Grady’s, 800 7th Ave. at W. 52nd St.) on Monday October 18th.

Dennehy, whose grandfather hailed from Millstreet, Co. Cork, will be forever associated with Sheriff Will Teasle in 1982’s Rambo: First Blood, but has excelled in many more feature films including Gorky Park, Cocoon, Legal Eagles, Presumed Innocent, Tommy Boy, Baz Luhrman’s Romeo and Juliet and Peter Greenaway’s The Belly of an Architect, for which he received the Chicago Film Festival Award for Best Actor.

He has been nominated for Emmy Awards six times for his television movie roles, including for his performance as John Wayne Gacy in To Catch a Killer (1992) and for Our Fathers (2005), which focused on [read more …] “Brian Dennehy to get Lifetime Achievement Award”