Maria Doyle Kennedy
Birth Name: Maria Doyle Kennedy
By that time, however, Doyle Kennedy had already started to act, making her film debut in Alan Parker's "The Commitments" (1991). In "Nothing Personal" (1995), she played the former wife of a Protestant paramilitant during Ireland's "Troubles" in 1975, who gets involved with an apolitical man (John Lynch) caught up in the aftermath of a pub bombing. She had small parts in "Moll Flanders" (1996), "The Matchmaker" (1997) and "The Break" (1997) before landing a meatier role as the wife of an up-and-coming mobster (Brendan Gleeson) in "The General" (1998). She next had a co-starring role in "Miss Julie" (1999), playing a cook whose fiancé (Peter Mullan) is taken in as the lover of the household...