Milo O’Shea

February 13, 2009 by: admin

Milo O'SheaBiography
Milo O’Shea (born 1926) is a short and sturdy Irish-born actor with bushy black eyebrows, sparkling eyes and appealing grin, whose long and successful acting career has extended over eight decades.

He began as a boy actor in his native Dublin playing Ptolemy in Caesar and Cleopatra and the lead role in Oliver Twist. He continued his career at the Gate Theatre. At 19, he joined Dublin’s Abbey Players, where he remained for well over two decades, although, during this period, he often performed elsewhere. In 1949, he made his London debut at the Apollo Theatre in Treasure Hunt that starred Sybil Thorndike and was directed by John Gielgud. Other West End appearances included Synge

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