Liam Neeson
Liam Neeson
Liam John Neeson OBE is an Irish-American actor, who has been nominated for an Oscar, a BAFTA and three Golden Globe Awards.
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Get Ready For A 'Love Actually' Mini-Sequel
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Adam Driver On Canine Co-Stars, Silent Retreats And Kylo Ren's Convictions
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Judging by the breadth of roles he’s taken, Adam Driver’s life gets a little better every year. 2016 alone found him basking in the triumph of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and the acclaimed fifth season of “Girls,” hosting “Saturday Night Live,” and playing an NSA operative in “Midnight Special,” a poetic bus driver in “Paterson” and a 17th-century Jesuit monk in “Silence,” which expands to wide release this weekend.  Yes, that’s right: Adam Driver, an Emmy nominee who went from the Marines to Juilliard, ended his blessed 2016 with a supporting role in a Martin Scorsese drama. For a magazine-cover hunk whose star has steadily risen since “Girls” bowed in 2012, Driver manages to retain an enigmatic lure that evades most movie stars. His serious-actor bona fides are cemented, as evidenced by the numerous critics’ groups that have, for good reason, selected his “Paterson” performance as one of the year’s best.  When we sat down to discuss “Silence,” a Scorsese passion project in ...
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Sigourney Weaver, Liam Neeson mask tragedy with fantasy
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'Rogue One' Dominates The Holiday Box Office
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Liam Neeson on 'Silence': 'It's about questing after faith'
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Liam Neeson's latest movie required him to take a journey of reflection.
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Liam Neeson Is The Sinister Santa Claus Of Your Nightmares
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Liam Neeson’s Santa Claus is coming to town ― and he’s terrifying. The Northern Irish actor auditioned for the role of a mall Kris Kringle for a skit on Friday’s edition of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” And he succeeded in giving the part his own ridiculously sinister twist. Channeling his former CIA operative character Bryan Mills from the “Taken” movie franchise, Neeson recited the lyrics to “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.” But whichever way he said it, he just came across as seriously intimidating.  Check out Neeson’s full “audition” in the clip above. type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related Coverage + articlesList=5842759ae4b09e21702ed646,5854e8b9e4b08debb7896e37,5853a48be4b0390447080123 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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WATCH: 'GMA' Hot List: Liam Neeson and the Cookie Monster Live
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Plus, the first female ringleader for the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey circus dishes on her career in today's 60-second hot list.
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The Netflix documentary series 'Captive' takes a gripping look at hostage crises across the globe
LATimes - 3 months
“Captive,” a documentary series premiering Friday on Netflix, aims to be the fact-based version of one of those taut suspense thrillers starring Liam Neeson. Each of the show’s eight episodes tells the story of a different hostage crisis, dramatizing tense, high-stakes negotiations through a combination...
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Fantasy merges with emotion for "A Monster Calls" - 3 months
The popular children's book is created for the big screen starring Liam Neeson and newcomer, Lewis Macdougall. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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Martin Scorsese's 'Silence' Has All The Brooding Priests You Could Want This Christmas
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At last, the final mystery of Oscar season is here. Tuesday night, Paramount dropped the trailer for Martin Scorsese’s “Silence,” the only major awards contender that has yet to screen for press. For a while there, we didn’t know whether the long-gestating drama about 17th-century Jesuit priests (Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver) proselytizing in Japan would even open in 2016. What we did know was that the movie, based on Shūsaku Endō’s 1966 novel, is long as hell. Scorsese’s original cut was reportedly 3 hours and 15 minutes, but he’s since trimmed it to a taut 2 hours and 39 minutes. (Hey, at least it’s shorter than “The Wolf of Wall Street.”) Co-starring Liam Neeson, Ciarán Hinds and Tabanobu Asano, “Silence” opens in limited release Dec. 23 and expands in January. Watch the trailer below and get ready for some old-fashioned religious persecution. The perfect Christmas treat! -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is ...
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Liam Neeson visits Syrian refugee camp as UNICEF ambassador - 3 months
Actor Liam Neeson visits a refugee camp in Jordan near the Syrian border to highlight the plight of children affected by Syria's civil war. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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'A Monster Calls' Imagines A Fitful Blend Of Fantasy And Tragedy
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“A Monster Calls” begins with a nightmare. Against gray skies, the earth shakes. The ground of a vast cemetery splits open. Gravestones erupt and a chapel crumbles. A woman dangles over the edge of a chasm, her young son grabbing her hand as the tremors intensify. She is slipping from his grip, enveloped by the bottomless hole that threatens her life. He clings to the dwindling hope that his mother will survive the abyss. Seconds later, when the boy awakens in his bedroom, it is clear that this is not his first time dreaming of such a death. It haunts him like a recurring terror.  The boy, 12-year-old Conor O’Malley, suffers these nightmares because his single mother is terminally ill. Bullied at school and afraid he will be sent to live with his harsh grandmother, Conor needs a reprieve from her impending fatality. His sorrows, at the moment we meet him, are no dream. He can’t wake up expecting closure. What Conor needs is a spirit guide, a sensei who proffers wisdom that no one ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Liam Neeson
  • 2016
    Age 63
    On 9 April 2016, Neeson was honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to Cinema Award by the Irish Film and Television Academy (IFTA) at the Mansion House in Dublin.
    More Details Hide Details Uachtarán na hÉireann (Irish President) Michael D. Higgins presented Neeson with the award.
    In 2016 Neeson narrated the RTÉ One three-part documentary on the Easter Rising, 1916.
    More Details Hide Details Neeson opposes the unrestricted right to own firearms in the US and has made calls for gun control. In January 2015, he repeated his views, calling US gun laws a "disgrace" in an interview with Dubai newspaper Gulf News when replying to a question about the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris earlier that month. In response, US gun manufacturer Para USA, which provided the weapons used by Neeson in the Taken film series, expressed regret at working with him, saying: "We will no longer provide firearms for use in films starring Liam Neeson and ask that our friends and partners in Hollywood refrain from associating our brand and products with his projects."
  • 2014
    Age 61
    In 2014 he protested the anti-carriage horse campaign of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who said he would outlaw horse-drawn carriages in Central Park once he took office.
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    Neeson stars in the 2014 film A Walk Among the Tombstones, an adaption of the best-selling novel of the same name, in which he plays former cop Matthew Scudder, a detective hired to hunt the killers of a drug dealer's wife.
    More Details Hide Details During Super Bowl XLIX, Supercell did a Clash of Clans commercial with him playing the game as "AngryNeeson52" and vowing revenge on his opponent "BigBuffetBoy85" while waiting for his scone at a bakery. The appearance was a parody of his role in Taken.
    On 31 January 2014, it was reported that Neeson would work with director Martin Scorsese again in an adaptation of the novel Silence.
    More Details Hide Details Neeson had a supporting role as the henchman Bad Cop/Good Cop in the animated film The Lego Movie, which was a critical and commercial success. He later played Bill Marks in the action film Non-Stop. The film was released on 28 February 2014. He also appeared, uncredited, as God in the BBC2 series Rev..
  • 2013
    Age 60
    Subsequently, on 28 January 2013, Neeson received the Freedom of the Borough from Ballymena Borough Council at a ceremony in the town.
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  • 2012
    Age 59
    In 2012, Neeson starred as John Ottway in Joe Carnahan's The Grey.
    More Details Hide Details The film received mostly positive reviews and Neeson's performance as Ottway received critical acclaim. He also starred in Taken 2, a successful sequel to his 2008 blockbuster. That year, he once again played Ra's al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises, the third and final film in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy. He narrated the first trailer for the film.
  • 2011
    Age 58
    In late 2011, Neeson was cast to play the lead character, a journalist, in a new album recording and arena production of Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds.
    More Details Hide Details He replaced Richard Burton, who had posthumously appeared in the arena production through CGI animation. Neeson did not physically appear on the stage, instead playing the role through the use of 3D holography.
    In 2011, he played himself, in BBC2's series Life's Too Short.
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  • 2010
    Age 57
    It was announced in July 2010 that Neeson would guest-star on the new Showtime series The Big C.
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    In 2010, Neeson voiced the character Aslan again in the sequel The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
    More Details Hide Details In 2011, Neeson starred in Unknown, a German-British-American co-production of a French book, it was filmed in Berlin in early 2010. It has been compared to Taken, which was set in Paris. Neeson reunited with director Steven Spielberg with plans to star as Abraham Lincoln in the 2012 film Lincoln, based on the book Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin. In preparation for the role, Neeson visited the District of Columbia and Springfield, Illinois, where Lincoln lived prior to being elected, and read Lincoln's personal letters. Neeson eventually declined the role, claiming he was "past his sell date" and had grown too old to play Lincoln. He was later replaced in the role by Daniel Day-Lewis.
    Neeson also starred in Atom Egoyan's erotic thriller Chloe, theatrically released by Sony Pictures Classics on 26 March 2010.
    More Details Hide Details Chloe had enjoyed commercial success and became the Canadian director's biggest money maker ever. Later the same year, he played John "Hannibal" Smith in the spin-off movie from the television series The A-Team.
    In 2010, Neeson played Zeus in the remake of the 1981 film, Clash of the Titans.
    More Details Hide Details The film went on becoming a huge box office hit, grossing $475 million worldwide.
  • 2009
    Age 56
    In 2009, at a ceremony in New York, Neeson was awarded an honorary doctorate by Queen's University, Belfast.
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    He also provided a voice for Hayao Miyazaki's anime film Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea, which received an August 2009 release.
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  • 2008
    Age 55
    He starred in the action film Taken in 2008, a French-produced film also starring Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace.
    More Details Hide Details Based on a script by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen and directed by Pierre Morel, the film stars Neeson as a retired CIA operative from their elite Special Activities Division who sets about tracking down his teenage daughter after she is kidnapped. Taken was a worldwide box office hit, grossing $223.9 million worldwide, making almost $200 million more than its production budget. Neeson has stated in interviews that he believed that Taken had put some people off the idea of actually travelling to Europe. Taken brought Neeson back into the center of the public eye and resulted in his being cast in many more big-budget Hollywood movies. That year he also narrated the documentary Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity and again lent his voice to Aslan in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008).
  • 2007
    Age 54
    In the director's commentary of the 2007 Transformers DVD, Michael Bay said that he had told the animators to seek inspiration from Neeson in creating Optimus Prime's body language.
    More Details Hide Details Neeson appeared as Alistair Little in the BBC Northern Ireland/Big Fish Films television drama Five Minutes of Heaven, which tells the true story of a young Protestant man convicted of murdering a Catholic boy during The Troubles.
    In 2007, he starred in the American Civil War epic Seraphim Falls.
    More Details Hide Details He also voiced the main character's father, James in the video game, Fallout 3. Executive producer Todd Howard said, "This role was written with Liam in mind, and provides the dramatic tone for the entire game". Fallout 3, the third game in the Fallout series, was extremely well received by critics and shipped 4.7 million copies by the end of 2008, the year it was released.
  • 2005
    Age 52
    In 2005, Neeson played Godfrey of Ibelin in Ridley Scott's epic adventure Kingdom of Heaven, Ra's al Ghul, one of the main villains in Batman Begins, and Father Bernard in Neil Jordan's adaptation of Patrick McCabe's novel, Breakfast on Pluto.
    More Details Hide Details In The Simpsons episode "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star" (2005), he voiced the kindly priest who (briefly) converts Bart and Homer to Catholicism. That same year, he gave his voice to the lion Aslan in the blockbuster fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
  • 2004
    Age 51
    In 2004, Neeson hosted an episode of the NBC sketch show Saturday Night Live.
    More Details Hide Details He starred as a redneck trucker, Marlon Weaver, in an "Appalachian Emergency Room" sketch and a hippie in a one-off sketch about two stoners (the other played by Amy Poehler) who attempt to borrow a police dog to find their lost stash of marijuana. Despite vowing not to play any Irish stereotypes, Neeson did play a stereotypically Irish man named Lorcan McArdle in the home makeover show parody "You Call This A House, Do Ya?"
  • 2002
    Age 49
    After being nominated for a Tony Award for his role opposite Laura Linney in The Crucible, Neeson appeared with Harrison Ford in Kathryn Bigelow's 2002 submarine thriller K-19: The Widowmaker as Captain Mikhail Polenin.
    More Details Hide Details He was also on the cast of Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brendan Gleeson, Cameron Diaz and Daniel Day-Lewis, and played a recently widowed writer in Richard Curtis' ensemble comedy Love Actually (2003). His role as Alfred Kinsey in Kinsey again put the actor up for nomination for a Golden Globe Award but he lost to Leonardo DiCaprio for The Aviator.
  • 2001
    Age 48
    Neeson narrated the 2001 documentaries Journey into Amazing Caves, a short film about two scientists who travel around the world to search for material for potential cures, and The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Adventure.
    More Details Hide Details The latter won awards at a number of film festivals including Best Documentary from both the Chicago Film Critics Association and the National Board of Review.
  • 2000
    Age 47
    Neeson was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in her 2000 New Year Honours.
    More Details Hide Details The American Ireland Fund honoured Neeson with their Performing Arts Award for the great distinction he has brought to Ireland at their 2008 Dinner Gala in New York City.
  • 1999
    Age 46
    In 1999, Neeson starred as Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace.
    More Details Hide Details Director George Lucas cast Neeson in the role because he considered the actor to have great skills and presence, describing him as a "master actor, who the other actors will look up to, who has got the qualities of strength that the character demands." As the first Star Wars film to be released in sixteen years, it was surrounded by a large amount of media anticipation. Neeson's connection to Star Wars started in the Crown Bar, Belfast. Neeson stated to Ricki Lake, "I probably wouldn't have taken the role if it wasn't for the advice of Peter King in the Crown during a Lyric reunion." Despite mixed reviews from critics and fans, The Phantom Menace was an enormous box-office success and remained the most financially successful Star Wars film unadjusted for inflation, until Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). Neeson's performance as Qui-Gon received several positive reviews, and a Saturn Award nomination. A stock recording of Neeson's voice from The Phantom Menace can be heard during a scene in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002). Neeson was later reported to be making an appearance in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005) portraying Qui-Gon again, but ultimately did not. In the animated television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008–14), Neeson reprised the role of Qui-Gon once again by voicing the character in two episodes of the third season and one episode of the sixth season.
  • 1998
    Age 45
    He went on to star as Jean Valjean in the 1998 adaptation of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables and in The Haunting (1999) as Dr. David Marrow.
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  • 1994
    Age 41
    They married on 3 July 1994.
    More Details Hide Details In August 2004, Neeson and his wife purchased an estate in Millbrook, New York. On 18 March 2009, Richardson died when she suffered a severe head injury in a skiing accident at the Mont Tremblant Resort, northwest of Montreal. Neeson donated her organs following her death. She and Neeson had two sons together, Micheál Richard Antonio (born 22 June 1995, in Dublin) and Daniel Jack (born 27 August 1996, in New York City). A heavy smoker earlier in his career, Neeson quit smoking in 2003, while working on Love Actually. When he took the role of Hannibal for the 2010 film adaptation of The A-Team, Neeson had reservations about smoking cigars (which is a signature trait of the character) in the film due to being an ex-smoker, but agreed to keep that personality trait of Hannibal intact for the film. In August 2009, Neeson said that he had been naturalised as a United States citizen. In March 2011, he was appointed a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. Neeson is a patron of Belfast based charity and film festival CineMagic, which encourages and helps young people to get involved in the movie industry.
  • 1993
    Age 40
    His critically acclaimed performance earned him a nomination for a Best Actor Oscar, and helped the film earn Best Picture of 1993.
    More Details Hide Details However, the best actor award went to Tom Hanks for his performance in Philadelphia. Neeson also garnered BAFTA and Golden Globes nominations for his work as Oskar Schindler. Soon after these accolades, Neeson became an in-demand leading actor. He starred in the subsequent period pieces Rob Roy (1995) and Michael Collins (1996), the latter earning him a win for Best Starring Role at the Venice Film Festival and another Golden Globe nomination.
    He rose to prominence when he starred in the title role in Steven Spielberg's 1993 Oscar winner Schindler's List.
    More Details Hide Details He has since starred in other successful films, including the title role in the historical biopic Michael Collins (1996), the film adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel Les Misérables (1998), Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace as Qui-Gon Jinn (1999), the biographical drama Kinsey (2004), the superhero film Batman Begins as Ra's al Ghul (2005), the action thriller series Taken (2008–15), the fantasy adventure film Clash of the Titans (2010) as Zeus, the fantasy films in the The Chronicles of Narnia series (2005–10), and the thriller-survival film The Grey (2011). He has been nominated for a number of awards, including an Academy Award for Best Actor, a BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role and three Golden Globe Awards for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama. Empire magazine ranked Neeson among both the "100 Sexiest Stars in Film History" and "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time".
  • 1992
    Age 39
    Director Steven Spielberg offered Neeson the role of Oskar Schindler in the film about the Holocaust, Schindler's List, after seeing him in Anna Christie on Broadway. Even with Kevin Costner, Mel Gibson and Warren Beatty all expressing interest in portraying Schindler, (the last auditioning), Neeson was cast in December 1992 after formally auditioning for the role.
    More Details Hide Details Neeson read the Keneally book and concluded that his character "enjoyed fookin' with the Nazis. In Keneally's book, it says he was regarded as a kind of a buffoon by them... if the Nazis were New Yorkers, he was from Arkansas. They don't quite take him seriously, and he used that to full effect."
  • 1990
    Age 37
    In 1990, he followed this with a starring role in Sam Raimi's Darkman.
    More Details Hide Details Although the film was successful, Neeson's subsequent years would not bring him the same recognition. In 1993, he joined Ellis Island co-star and future wife Natasha Richardson in the Broadway play Anna Christie. They also worked together in Nell, released the following year.
  • 1988
    Age 35
    In 1988 he starred alongside Clint Eastwood in the fifth Dirty Harry film "The Dead Pool" in the role of Peter Swan, a horror film director.
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  • 1986
    Age 33
    Neeson guest-starred in the third season of the television series Miami Vice in 1986 and moved to Hollywood to star in more high-profile roles in the next year.
    More Details Hide Details That year, he starred alongside Cher and Dennis Quaid in Suspect in a role that brought him critical acclaim.
  • 1982
    Age 29
    Between 1982 and 1987, Neeson starred in five films; most notably alongside Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins in 1984's The Bounty and Robert De Niro and Jeremy Irons in 1986's The Mission.
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  • 1978
    Age 25
    Neeson moved to Dublin in 1978 after he was offered a part in Ron Hutchinson's Says I, Says He, a drama about The Troubles, at the Project Arts Centre.
    More Details Hide Details He acted in several other Project productions and joined the Abbey Theatre (the National Theatre of Ireland). In 1980, filmmaker John Boorman saw him on stage as Lennie Small in Of Mice and Men and offered him the role of Sir Gawain in the Arthurian film, Excalibur. After Excalibur, Neeson moved to London, where he continued working on stage, in small budget films and in television. He lived with the actress Helen Mirren at this time, whom he met working on Excalibur.
  • 1977
    Age 24
    He got his first film experience in 1977, playing Jesus Christ and Evangelist in the religious film Pilgrim's Progress.
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  • 1976
    Age 23
    In 1976, Neeson joined the Lyric Players' Theatre in Belfast where he performed for two years.
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  • 1971
    Age 18
    In 1971, Neeson was enrolled as a physics and computer science student at Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, before leaving to work for the Guinness Brewery.
    More Details Hide Details At Queen's, he discovered a talent for football and was spotted by Seán Thomas at Bohemian F.C. There was a club trial in Dublin and Neeson played one game as a substitute against Shamrock Rovers, but he was not offered a contract. After leaving the university, Neeson returned to Ballymena where he worked in a variety of casual jobs, from a fork-lift operator at Guinness to a truck driver. He also attended teacher training college for two years in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, before again returning to his hometown.
  • 1952
    Born in 1952.
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