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From the Archives: Actor Gabriel Byrne.

Irish actor/producer Gabriel Byrne. He got his big break playing a slick gangster in the Coen Brothers' "Miller's Crossing." One reviewer wrote, "a subtle yet forceful performance as an impassive man, concealing deep pain." BYRNE was the executive producer of "In the Name of the Father." He also starred in and produced the films "A Dangerous Woman," and "Into the West." Byrne appeared as Prof. Baer in the remake of "Little Women," directed by Gillian Armstrong. It's just come out on video. Byrne is also starring in the new thriller, "The Usual Suspects." And he will soon publish a memoir. (REBROADCAST from 12/21/94)


Other segments from the episode on August 25, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, August 25, 1995: Interview with Sam Raimi; Interview with Gabriel Byrne; Review of the film "Beyond Rangoon."


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