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Cillian Murphy

Cillian Murphy



Ireland

Age: 44

Known for

In Peaky Blinders as Tommy Shelbyas Tommy Shelby

in Peaky Blinders
In The Way We Live Now as Paul Montagueas Paul Montague

in The Way We Live Now
In Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth as Narratoras Narrator

in Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth

TV Series Starring Cillian Murphy

Atlantic: The Wildest Ocean on EarthAtlantic: The Wildest Ocean on Earth

Cillian Murphy narrates a series that takes a look at the lives of animals and people pitting themselves against the world's wildest ocean.


Peaky BlindersPeaky Blinders
BBC One, 2013 | Drama, Crime, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.7/5

This TV series focuses on the Shelby family, whose many brothers and sisters, cousins and uncles, make up the fiercest gang of all, the "Peaky Blinders". Named for their practice of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps, the Peaky Blinders make their money from off-track betting, protection and robbery.


The Way We Live NowThe Way We Live Now
BBC One, 2001 | Drama, Mini-Series
Rating: 3/5

First screened on BBC in 2001, The Way We Live Now will surprise those who know Anthony Trollope through the subtleties of his Barsetshire novels. This story of ambition centers around Augustus Melmotte, an Austrian Jewish financier who takes the London money markets and social scene by storm in his efforts to become an "English country gentleman." His rise and fall is followed with remorseless logic by Trollope, and David Yates's direction keeps this in focus against a wealth of subplots and character interaction. The cast is a strong one, with David Suchet's Melmotte gripping in his recklessness, climaxing in the theatrical magnificence of his departure in disgrace from the House of Commons. Shirley Henderson is magnetic as his put-upon daughter Marie, courted by the cream-of-society bachelors for her dowry rather than her person.