Who is Sinead Keenan? Find More Details About the Irish Actress!
Season five of the detective thriller Unforgotten was filmed in March after Sinéad Keenan was revealed as the new protagonist in December 2016. Nicola Walker played DCI Cassie Stuart for the show’s first four seasons opposite Sanjeev Bhaska, who won a Bafta for his portrayal of DS Sunil Kahn. This article will let you know more about the actress.
Who is Sinead Keenan?
Sinéad Keenan is an Irish actress. Dublin, Ireland, is the place of her birth on December 27th, 1977. Keenan’s acting credits include episodes like “Being Human,” “Doctor Who,” “Little Boy Blue,” and “RTE’s Fair City.” She also has vast experience in the theater, performing both in Ireland and on the West End of London. Critics have lauded Keenan’s performances, and she’s been nominated for multiple accolades, including a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress.
What other roles has she taken on?
Taggart, Doctors, Agatha Christie’s Poirot, Doctor Who, and Silent Witness were among the iconic television shows on which Sinead honed her skills. But she first came to widespread attention in the supernatural BBC thriller Being Human, in which she featured with Aidan Turner (of Poldark) and Russell Tovey. She then had a recurring role in the Scottish lesbian drama Lip Service, which was met with mixed reviews: some praised it for its representation of the LGBT community, while others called the plot “vacuous.”
She then played one of the four main characters, Bronagh, in London Irish, a comic drama series aimed at foreigners living in the British city. She played Mel Jones, the mom of murdered student Rhys Jones, in the 2016 film Little Boy Blue. She was also nominated for the same role for the Leading Actress Bafta TV Award in April 2018. Keenan appeared in the two-part BBC One drama Three Families that aired in April 2021.