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Cillian Murphy is an Irish actor born on 25th May 1976. Cillian made his acting debut in the late 1990s from his home country and later on he has also become a presence in American and British cinema. In 1996, Murphy made his professional acting debut from the play Disco Pigs. Along with appearance on stage, he as well starred in several independent films. He earned international recognition from the 2002 film 28 Days Later. Upcoming projects bestowed him with more success and fame and his profile continued to grow with numerous successful films including Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and Red Eye. In 2005, Murphy as well received a Golden Globe Award nomination against the film Breakfast on Pluto. His other major blockbuster films included The Wind That Shakes the Barley, Sunshine, Peaky Blinders and Inception. For his work on stage, Cillian also won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for Misterman in 2011. As far as hiss personal life is concerned, Cillian Murphy became married with his long-time girlfriend Yvonne McGuinness in 2004 and the couple has two children together.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.
|Height||175 cm, 5′ 9″|
|Weight||75 kg, 165 pounds|
|Shoe Size (US)||Shoe size 10.5|
"The best roles you have to fight for. You have to really want to do it and you have to go after it."Cillian Murphy
"Men and women are custodians of this society, and we both decide what's going to happen for our future. I feel that very, very strongly."Cillian Murphy
"That time, making 'Disco Pigs,' was kind of the most important period of my life. The people I met there remain my closest friends."Cillian Murphy
"There's a lot of comedy in Intermission but it's got this depth. It's not comedy for comedy's sake - it's informed by something else. I like stuff like that."Cillian Murphy
"Then I wanted the character to be feminine as opposed to effeminate. Because it's easy to be camp or queen. Anyone can do that. What's difficult is to play feminine."Cillian Murphy