Eddie Byrne pop art print
A prolific actor, Eddie Byrne’s natural performances saw him cast in a varied mix of productions, from classic comedies to iconic dramas.
Just some of Eddie Byrne’s credits include: “I See a Dark Stranger” with Liam Redmond & Katie Johnson; “Hungry Hill” with Margaret Lockwood, Cecil Parker, Jean Simmons, & Dermot Walsh; “Odd Man Out” with Kathleen Ryan, William Hartnell, & Joseph Tomelty; “Captain Boycott” with Mervyn Johns & Alastair Sim; “Saints & Sinners” with Kieron Moore & Sheila Manahan; “Lady Godiva Rides Again” with Stanley Holloway, John McCallum, Diana Dors, Dora Bryan, Sid James, Googie Withers, & Jean Marsh; “The Gentle Gunman” with Dirk Bogarde & Jack MacGowran; “The Square Ring’ with Jack Warner, Joan Collins, Ronald Lewis, & Joan Sims; “Albert R.N.” with Anthony Steel; “Trouble in the Glen” with Orson Welles; “Happy Ever After” with David Niven; “Twist of Fate” with Stanley Baker; “The Divided Heart” with Yvonne Mitchell; “Aunt Clara” with Margaret Rutherford; “The Sea Shall Not Have Them” with Michael Redgrave; “Three Cases of Murder” with Elizabeth Sellars & Patrick Macnee; “A Kid for Two Farthings” with Danny Green; “The Extra Day” with George Baker & Beryl Reid; “The Man in the Sky” with Jack Hawkins; “Seven Waves Away” with Moira Lister, Gordon Jackson, Stephen Boyd, & Noel Willman; “These Dangerous Years” with Carole Lesley; “Rooney” with John Gregson & Noel Purcell; “Dunkirk” with Richard Attenborough, Meredith Edwards, & Bernard Cribbins; “Wonderful Things!” with Liz Fraser; “Floods of Fear” with Cyril Cusack;
A few of Byrne’s TV credits include “The Saint” with Roger Moore; “Armchair Theatre” with Janette Scott; “The Adventures of Robin Hood” with Bernadette O’Farrell; “Rheingold Theatre” with Richard O’Sullivan; “Television Playhouse” with Alan Bates, Dennis Price, & Patrick Magee; “Play of the Week” with Barbara Murray; “The Human Jungle” with Herbert Lom & Zena Marshall; “The Worker” with Glyn Houston; “Orlando” with Sam Kydd; “Department S” with Peter Wyngarde; “The Sinners” with Sinead Cusack & Ray McAnally; “Play of the Month” with Pauline Delaney; & “Tales from the Lazy Acre” with Milo O’Shea.
As well as this pop art portrait, Eddie Byrne is included on the Irish Film Map print, a stylish map of Ireland with Irish actors & actresses.
An official collaboration with Studiocanal, the Irish Film pop art collection is available in 3 sizes & 20 colours, printed on museum-quality archival card of 310gsm, made from 100% cotton, with fine-art pigment inks for longevity, exclusively by Art & Hue.
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