Killian Scott - Real Facts About "Love/Hate" Actor From Ireland
Killian Scott (Cillian Damien Murphy) is an Irish actor. He was born on 6 July 1985, in Kilmallock, Limerick, Ireland. He is most known for his roles in television and film production such as "71", "Calvary" and "Damnation".
The famous tv star has achieved prominence as a result of his ability and talent. He has fan following from all over the world.
|Full Name||Killian Scott (Cillian Damien Murphy)|
|Date of Birth||6 July 1985|
|Birthplace||Kilmallock, Limerick, Ireland|
Family and Early Life:
Scott and his parents move to Sandymount, Dublin, when he was child. He went to University College in Dublin to study English and Philosophy. After that, he went to the Drama Centre in London for his further education. He has two older brothers named, Eoghan Murphy who is a politician and Colin Murphy who is a Dramatist.
His brother Eoghan's performance in a school rendition of Hamlet sparked hid interest in acting.
The estimated Net Worth of Killian Scott is $1 million. He makes his fortune through his successful career as an actor in the Entertainment Industry.
Despite the fact that he is a celebrity, Killian Scott has managed to be very secret in several aspects of his personal life. So, it is hard to assume his relationship status.
The talented actor started his acting career in 2007 as a member cast of "Creature of Knowledge" and went to work on different films including, "Christian Blake" and "The Rise of the Bricks".
In 2010, he made his breakthrough as Cody Farraher in seven episodes of "Jack Taylor" and the following year he worked on "Love / Hate" as Tammy Daly.
Furthermore, Seth Davenport in "Damnation" is another important leading character that he has done on television in (2017-2018). He proceeded to act in films such as The Rafters, Good Vibrations and Black Ice, Calvary, '71, Get Up and Go (from 2013-2014), Traders in 2015, Trespass Against Us in 2016 and the Commuter in 2018.
He portrayed as Augustus Dove in the five- season drama named, "Ripper Street", which got excellent reviews. The series has also won honors such as the AEAF Award for the best VFX in a tv series, the BAFTA Television Craft Award and the IFTA Award.
In one interview he talked about he had been rejected from 200 jobs. He then talked about how ecstatic he was to join the cast of "Love/Hate". He said;
“It feels fantastic to be honest. To be involved in this show is such a privilege, especially so early in my career, so to see it spreading its wings and getting out there is great”