Both now all-grown-up, Sophie has a prominent part in Becoming Jane and Sarah has seen great success in 'Stormbreaker' and two upcoming starring roles in 'The Fence' and 'The Spiderwick Chronicals.'Away from the big screen our top models are starting to make inroads into television.
Julia Lambert and Michael Gosselyn are the royal couple of the London theater scene, Julia an actress and Michael a former actor who took over running the theater and its troupe upon the passing of their mentor, Jimmie Langton.Jimmie is still constantly with Julia in spirit as she navigates through life.Additional screen credits include Being Julia, The Situation, Cashback, Gone, Boy A, Telstar: The Joe Meek Story, Princess Kaiulani and Clive Barker's horror, Dread.On television, Evans was featured in the 2002 docudrama The Project and was seen as the Earl of Southampton in the miniseries The Virgin Queen, which premiered in November 2005 on Masterpiece Theatre on PBS in the US before airing on the BBC in January 2006.Some of them may even have what it takes to break out of the limited Irish market space and go right to the top...
Last week we caught up with two of our brightest female starlets, Sarah Bolger and Sophie Vavasseur. We first noticed these talented two in child-roles in 'In America' and 'Evelyn' respectively.
It's now "The Boys and Girl of County Clare." Click on the thumbnail on the right to see the 2005 official movie poster. Boys And Girl From County The Celtic Cafe community is thrilled that we can finally get to see the film in the theaters, at least here in the U. Mark March 11th, 2005 on your calendar for its "limited release," and expect to hear a LOT of that great traditional Irish music that we so love around here!
Word has it that the DVD will release in North America this July -- surely a must-have in any Celtic music lover's collection!
His first major role was that of gay French teacher John Paul Keating in the Channel 4 comedy-drama Teachers during its second series in 2002.
The following year he made his feature film debut in The Boys from County Clare, starring alongside Bernard Hill, Colm Meaney and Andrea Corr.
Irish men have for the past 40 years or so, been the face of Irish Showbiz with the likes of Peter O'Toole, Richard Harris, Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan, Bono, Bob Geldof, Colin Farrell, Cillian Murphy, Jonathan Rhys Meyers and many more leaving their native female counterparts behind in the shade.