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Birth Name: Colm Meaney
Born: 05/30/1953
Birth Place: Dublin, IE

Meaney began his frequent work with Alan Parker on the World War II-era romance "Come See the Paradise" (1990). That same year, he was also featured in the cartoonish "Dick Tracy" and the action sequel "Die Hard 2: Die Harder". Meaney reteamed with Parker for "The Commitments" (1991), stealing scenes as the Elvis-worshipping father of the manager of a burgeoning soul band on Dublin's northside, in the first installment of novelist Roddy Doyle's acclaimed Barrytown trilogy. The following year Meaney co-starred in the turn-of-the-century tale of Irish immigrants settling America's west in "Far and Away" and had the featured role of Major Ambrose in Michael Mann's epic "The Last of the Mohicans... Continue Bio >>

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