Lorraine Pilkington
Irish actress
Lorraine Pilkington
Lorraine Pilkington is an Irish actress from Dublin, who is best known for her role as Katrina Finlay on Monarch of the Glen. Trained at the Gaiety School of Acting, Pilkington began her career at the age of 15 when she appeared in The Miracle directed by Neil Jordan. She appeared onstage in the plays The Plough and the Stars and The Iceman Cometh. At age 18 she moved to London where she was given a part in a Miramax film which eventually fell through.
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The Irish Times - Saturday, August 27, 2011 - Irish Times
Google News - over 5 years
Lorraine Pilkington has been acting since she was 16, and is best known for her roles in The Miracle, Human Traffic and Monarch of the Glen . She's also a regular at the Abbey and the Gaiety. She's the voice of RTÉ's Masterchef Ireland and also put on
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'A Rose to India' Documentary Debuts on RTÉ August 16 - The Irish Film Television Network
Google News - over 5 years
The documentary was written by Horslip and feature film screenwriter Barry Devlin (U2: A Year in Pop) with a voice over by acclaimed actress Lorraine Pilkington (The Clinic, Human Traffic). The documentary was edited at Highwire and was funded by the
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Human traffic - Generación éxtasis - Canal+
Google News - over 5 years
Como protagonistas cuenta con John Simm ("Wonderland", "24 Hour Party People"), Lorraine Pilkington ("Amor a una extraña"), Shaun Parkes ("Mi reino"), Danny Dyer ("Jugar duro"), Nicola Reynolds, Dean Davies y Justin Kerrigan
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Daily guide - Boston Globe
Google News - over 5 years
Lorraine Pilkington. NR (2006) Madame Bovary 10:15 pm (TCM) Flaubert's classic about a housewife (Jennifer Jones). NR (1949) American Psycho 10:30 pm (IFC) A rich yuppie (Christian Bale) goes on a killing spree. R (2000)
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What's On Today
NYTimes - over 7 years
8 P.M. (TCM) PRIME TIME FEATURE: DIRECTED BY ROBERT STEVENSON Turner Classic Movies focuses on Stevenson, the director behind some of Walt Disney Productions' biggest money-makers, including ''Mary Poppins'' (1964), which earned him an Oscar nomination. This triple bill begins with the musical ''Bedknobs and Broomsticks'' (1971), starring Angela
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Party Animals, in Every Sense of the Words
NYTimes - almost 17 years
After a screening of ''Human Traffic'' at last year's Toronto Film Festival, the responses were split between those inspired to go hit a dance club and those driven to go home and hit their beds; the flurry of activity can be exhilarating or exhausting. Mostly it's exhilarating. Though ''Traffic'' is the kind of movie that's bound to draw a
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FILM REVIEW; A Teenage Boy Vanishes, And That's Just the Start
NYTimes - almost 17 years
Among the prerequisites for enjoyment of ''The Disappearance of Finbar'' is a taste for the shaggy dog story. In telling a tale about the consequences of a feckless Irish teenager's disappearance, this English-Irish-Swedish co-production, directed by Sue Clayton, who was also a co-writer of the film, wanders from the slums of Dublin to the tidiness
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Critic's Choice/Film; Old Story With New Textures
NYTimes - over 25 years
A teen-age boy is irresistibly attracted to a beautiful, mysterious older woman; the world doesn't need to hear that story again. But "The Miracle," the latest film by the Irish writer and director Neil Jordan, works in ways that its ancient plot doesn't begin to convey. Like Mr. Jordan's best-known film, "Mona Lisa," this one relies on the texture
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Review/Film; Boy and Girl, Both Romantics. Add an Older Woman.
NYTimes - over 25 years
Neil Jordan, the Irish-born director, makes movies not quite like anyone else. This has already been demonstrated in "The Company of Wolves" (1985), his extravagantly decorated, sometimes funny Freudian meditation on the tale of Little Red Riding Hood, and "Mona Lisa" (1986), a shaggy-dog love story about a bigoted white hood and a beautiful black
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Neil Jordan Gets Back to Making Home Movies
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Lorraine Pilkington steps up to the shrine in a church here and lights a candle. She has been lighting candles for some minutes now, the way you do when you're in a movie and the director keeps demanding retakes. After each shot, she looks toward Neil Jordan with an expression of hope and bemusement, wondering if this time, at last, the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lorraine Pilkington
    TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 26
    She married Simon Massey, the director of Monarch of the Glen, in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details They have three sons, Milo Luca and Inigo.
  • 2000
    Age 25
    In 2000, she was cast as Katrina Finlay, a schoolteacher in a Scottish village in the BBC television series Monarch of the Glen.
    More Details Hide Details After leaving the show at the beginning of the third season, she appeared in various other television productions such as Rough Diamond and Outnumbered.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on April 18, 1974.
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