The award for that year was instead won by Canadian actor Brent Carver (1951-).In 1990, O'Neill had his first film role, playing the role of Peter McGeghan in "Dancin' Thru the Dark".

In 2003, he portrayed Mickey in The Illustrated Mum. Robert "Con" O'Neill (born 15 August 1966) is an English actor. He started his acting career at the Everyman Theatre and became primarily known for his performances in musicals. Weston-super-mare is located at the coast of the Bristol Channel, an inlet which separates South Wales from the English counties of Devon and Somerset. Gren's purpose is to ensure war and bloodshed sufficient to please his deity, and to recruit new members for his cult. Con O'Neill is an English actor, primarily known for theatrical roles in musicals. In the film, Sam is a professional artist who moves to Venice, Italy in hope of finding inspiration for a commissioned work.In 2008, O'Neill played the role of solicitor (lawyer) Ralph Stone in the first season of the thriller-series "Criminal Justice" (2008-2009). The series was nominated for a "Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series", but the award was instead won by a television version of the film "Behind the Candelabra", which depicted the life of the famous pianist Liberace (1919-1987).In 2014, O'Neill voiced the character Titchy Gren in the video game "Dark Souls II". Titchy Gren is depicted as an overseer of the cult-religion Brotherhood of Blood, and as a servant of the war god Nahr Alma. This FAQ is empty. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

He starred in the 35th-anniversary staging of Willy Russell's Educating Rita at The Liverpool Playhouse. The series was considered a ratings-hit in the United States, though it was criticized for deviating away from its source material in the depictions of several characters. A lethal attack is launched and Elise and Karl's lives are thrown into jeopardy as the second series of the gripping crime drama ends in a nail-biting showdown. With William Ash, Stephen Dillane, Con O'Neill, Clémence Poésy. The play was set in a 1970s nightclub, where a working-class woman is depicted celebrating her hen night (bachelorette party). O'Neill also played the character of Cliff for a guest appearance in the anthology series "Banana" (2015).In 2016, O'Neill was cast in the recurring role of Neil Ackroyd in the second season of the crime-drama series "Happy Valley" (2014-2016). The real-life Bryukhanov was the plant-director of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, in the vicinity of the city of Pripyat, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. He also appeared in many films and television series. However, at the time April shared the powers and thought processes of the villain Corakinus, the Shadow King (played by Paul Marc Davis), struggling with murderous impulses of her own. In the film, Troy secretly runs a phone sex line in Barcelona, Spain and recruits recent acquaintance Bridget Gregory (played by Joan Severance) to help him. The series adapted various tales from both the Old Testament and the New Testament of the Christian Bible. He received critical acclaim and won a Laurence Olivier Award for playing Michael "Mickey" Johnstone in the musical Blood Brothers. Browse Con O'Neill movies and TV shows available on Prime Video and begin streaming right away to your favorite device. Neil is depicted as an old friend of the series' co-protagonist Clare Cartwright (played by Siobhan Finneran).

He had a supporting role in Cider with Rosie (1998). A lethal attack is launched and Elise and Karl's lives are thrown into jeopardy as the second series of the gripping crime drama ends in a nail-biting showdown. From "Veronica Mars" to Rebecca take a look back at the career of Armie Hammer on and off the screen.

In the film Terry is a young man who feels envious of the same-sex relationship between his friends, Brendan (a bisexual Irishman) and Leo (an "openly gay" Englishman, who actually still feels attracted to his former girlfriend). In 2008, he appeared in Criminal Justice a five-part TV drama on the BBC, playing the part of Ralph Stone, a solicitor.