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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Michael Lally (10 November 1945 – 31 August 2010) was an Irish stage, film and television actor. He departed from a teaching career for acting during the 1970s.
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Mick Lally (* November 1945 in Tourmakeady, County Mayo; † 31. August 2010) war ein irischer Schauspieler.
The Druid Theatre Company (referred to as Druid) is a major Irish theatre company, based in Galway, Ireland. In 1975, the Company was founded by Garry Hynes, Marie Mullen and Mick Lally - all of whom first met and worked together as members of University College Galway dramatic society, commonly known as NUIG Dramasoc.
Mick Lally. from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Mick Lally. Mick Lally (born November 1945 in Tourmakeady, County Mayo, † August 31, 2010) was an Irish actor.
The characters of Dinny and Miley Byrne, played by Joe Lynch and Mick Lally, first appeared on this series, they were later to become the central stars of Glenroe. Each of the three series were created by Wesley Burrowes.
A song from the series, "The By-road to Glenroe", performed in character by Mick Lally, was released as a single in Ireland in 1990, featuring the Jim Lockhart version of the theme tune as its B-side, and reached number 1 in the Irish Singles Chart on 5 April 1990.
Mick Lally was born on November 10, 1945 in Tourmakeady, County Mayo, Ireland as Michael Lally. He was an actor, known for Alexander (2004), The Secret of Kells (2009) and Bracken (1980). He was married to Peige Lally. He died on August 31, 2010 in Dublin, Ireland.
Poitín (1978) was the first feature film to be made entirely in Irish.It was also the first recipient of a film script grant from the Arts Council of Ireland.