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  1. Simone Kirby - Wikipedia

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    Simone Kirby is an Irish actress. She is probably best known for playing Oonagh in the Ken Loach film Jimmy's Hall.

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    2005
    Geraldine
    2008
    Brigid
    2009
    Geraldine
    2011
    Midwife
  2. Simone Kirby is an Irish actress. She is probably best known for playing Oonagh in the Ken Loach film Jimmy's Hall. Other credits include Irene O'Donnell in Peaky Blinders (2014), Marilyn Hull in Notes on Blindness (2016), Tyva Hightopp in Alice Through The Looking Glass (2016), Sr. Grace in Houdini and Doyle (2016), Maria Roche in The Truth Commissioner (2016), Annette Rane in Clean Break ...

  3. Dating Amber - Wikipedia

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    Dating Amber (originally titled Beards) is an Irish comedy-drama film directed by David Freyne.The film features two closeted teenagers in 1990s Ireland who decide to start a fake relationship.

  4. Three Dangerous Ladies - Wikipedia

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    Folk musician Simone (Ronee Blakley) returns to the house of her estranged mother, who is recently deceased. She refuses to attend the funeral or take any belongings, explaining that her mother subjected her to sinister ritualistic elements as a child, before she was removed from the home.

    • William F. Deneen, Jim Hanley
    • Ronee Blakley, Paul Lewis, Harry Manfredini, Arlon Ober
  5. Meet Your Neighbours - Wikipedia

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    It also stars Simone Kirby as Auntie Maureen and Mrs. Roger Balfe, Gearóid Farrelly as Pat (the conjoined twin), Eoin Whelan as Pascal, and James J. Akpotor (AKA Tiny James) plays Séamus. Production. Originally titled Meet the Gallaghers, a pilot episode was filmed in December 2010.

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    • RTÉ One
  6. The Good Place (season 4) - Wikipedia

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    Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Simone Garnett, an Australian neuroscientist and, briefly, Chidi's girlfriend. She dies and becomes the experimental Good Place's second test subject, complicating the test and causing the erasure of Chidi's memories.

  7. Kirby Howell-Baptiste - Wikipedia

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    Kirby Howell-Baptiste is an English actress. She has appeared as a series regular on Downward Dog (2017), Killing Eve (2018), and Why Women Kill (2019). Her television appearances also include recurring roles on Love (2016–2018), Barry (2018–2019), The Good Place (2018–20), and the fourth season of Veronica Mars (2019), and a starring role in the second and third books of Infinity Train ...

  8. The Hole in the Ground (film) - Wikipedia

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    The film stars Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo, Kati Outinen, Simone Kirby, Steve Wall and James Quinn Markey. The story follows a young woman who begins to suspect that her son's disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole. The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 25 January 2019. It was released on 1 March 2019 ...

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    Kirby was born in Il­ford, London, the el­dest of three chil­dren of Irish par­ents. Her mother Eileen brought them up alone after their fa­ther left early in their childhood. Kirby grew up on Tomswood Hill, Bark­ing­side, in Il­ford, and at­tended the Ur­su­line Con­vent School in Il­ford where she sang in the choir.

    Kirby's vocal tal­ent be­came ap­par­ent early in life, and she took singing lessons with a view to be­com­ing an opera singer. She be­came a pro­fes­sional singer after meet­ing band­leader Bert Am­broseat the Il­ford Palais in 1956. She re­mained with Am­brose's band for three years and he re­mained her man­ager, men­tor and lover until his death on stage in Leeds in 1971. Dur­ing the sum­mer of 1957 Kirby per­formed at the Florida Park Restau­rant in Madrid, and after re­turn­ing to the UK not only per­formed with Am­brose's or­ches­tra, but also with Nat Allen and his band. In 1959 Kirby joined vo­cal­ists Tony Mansell and Rikki Hen­der­son in the Denny Boyce Band, and ap­peared reg­u­larly at the Lyceum Ball­room in London. In the sum­mer of 1959 she made her solo cabaret debut at the Astor Club, and was sub­se­quently signed to Pye Records in 1960 where she re­leased two sin­gles, "Love Can Be" and "Now You're Cry­ing", which sold few copies but helped her get a six-month con­...

    She did not per­form in pub­lic after her re­tire­ment, but an am­a­teur record­ing of Kirby singing the song "He", made in about 2005, is avail­able on­line. In­ter­est in Kirby and her work con­tin­ued long after she stopped performing, par­tic­u­larly among gay men, for whom she was some­thing of an icon. In her last decade, she recorded short greet­ings for her of­fi­cial website. A bi­og­ra­phy was pub­lished in 2005, and there was a 2008 stage show about her life, writ­ten and pro­duced by Gra­ham Smith, called Se­cret Love. Smith re-wrote the show for the 2012 Ha­worth Fes­ti­val, en­ti­tling it: Dance On: The Kathy Kirby Story. The Daily Ex­press re­ported in 2008 that plans for a new filmed in­ter­view had been aban­doned, but later re­ports con­firmed that the in­ter­view had been filmed, and it was sub­se­quently in­cluded on a DVD com­pi­la­tion re­leased the fol­low­ing year. She also gave an in­ter­view to the Ex­pressin 2009, which in­cluded re­cent pho­tographs and w...

    Kirby met band­leader Bert Am­brose in her teens and, de­spite his being 42 years older and hav­ing an es­tranged wife at the time, began a re­la­tion­ship with him that lasted until his death in 1971. In the 2009 in­ter­view, she said she had had an af­fair with Bruce Forsythdur­ing this time. Kirby was mar­ried briefly to writer and for­mer Lon­don po­lice­man Fred­er­ick Pye in the 1970s. Fol­low­ing her bank­ruptcy in 1975 and a court case fol­low­ing an ar­rest over an un­paid hotel bill, she was re­ferred to St Luke's psy­chi­atric hos­pi­tal in Lon­don in 1979. Fol­low­ing her dis­charge, she lived with a fe­male fan, Laraine McKay, and said that they in­tended to marry. McKay was im­pris­oned for fraud and forgery. In the early 1980s Kirby had re­la­tion­ships with mu­si­cian David Crossand lawyer Alan Porter. Kirby was di­ag­nosed with schiz­o­phre­nia and was in poor phys­i­cal and men­tal health for much of her life. After her re­tire­ment she lived in a se­ries of apart­...

    Singles

    Note: Kirby had one charted sin­gle on the US Bill­board Hot 100. "The Way of Love" peaked at No. 88 in 1965; Cheralso recorded the track.

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