|Also Known As:
Jack Carroll Lynch
|Born: || December 26, 1961
||Cause of Death: ||
|| United Kingdom
actor, director, screenwriter
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Lived in Armagh, Ireland
TV debut, "The Railway Station Man" on TNT
Directed two short films, "Fireflies" and "A Painful Case"
Feature directorial debut, "Night Train" co-starring John Hurt and Brenda Blethyn
Portrayed IRA figure Bobby Sands in "Some Mother's Son"
Screenwriting debut (as co-writer with Mary McGuckian), "Best", a biopic of British soccer star George Best; also portrayed Best
Broadway debut in the Royal Shakespeare Company's presentation of "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickelby"
First American TV guest spot, "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles"
Received notice for his starring role in the Australian-produced feature "Angel Baby"
Cast as the cheating lover of a British woman (played by Gwyneth Paltrow) in "Sliding Doors"
Made feature acting debut in the title role of "Cal"
Made stage debut in "The Seagull"
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Central School of Speech and Drama:
Not to be confused with American actor John Carroll Lynch.
Mary McGuckian. Director. Collaborated on "Best" (1999).
Susan Lynch. Actor. Born c. 1971; appeared in "The Secret of Roan Inish" and the title role of "Nora".