Hollywood rising star Cillian Murphy

PORTRAIT – Irish actor triumphs in sequel to Without a sound which comes out this Wednesday on the screens. As he has just completed the final season of Peaky Blinders, we whisper his name to reprise the role of James Bond.

With his slender physique, sporty appearance and piercing blue eyes, he has a real presence, while cultivating a certain dose of mystery. Some think that Cillian Murphy has something of the young David Bowie of the 1970s, an eerie strangeness coated in charm and reverie.

Enigmatic in his forties, this discreet Irish actor by nature has a knack for finding himself in surprise box office successes. In videoconference, the star of the series Peaky Blinders answers questions calmly and seriously, but lets escape his joy as soon as we talk about his Irish roots.

From the feature film by Ken Loach The wind picks up , Palme d’Or at Cannes in 2006, including the films of Christopher Nolan (he shot five including the trilogy Batman, Inception and Dunkirk ) or the continuation of Without a sound, which comes out on French screens this Wednesday, Cillian Murphy still leaves his mark on the characters he plays, a kind of graceful intensity mixed with concern.

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