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Robert Sheehan Biography

Robert Sheehan

Facts of Robert Sheehan

Date of Birth: 1988 , January-7
Birth Nation: Ireland
Height: 6 Feet
Name Robert Sheehan
Birth Name Robert Michael Sheehan
Nationality Irish
Birth Place/City Port Laoise
Ethnicity White
Profession Actor
Working For Movies, TV Shows
Net Worth $ 3 million
Famous for Singer
Married N/A
Married to Sunetra Sastry (m. 1990; div. 2015)
Divorce Yes
Children 2
Education Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
Awards IFTA for Actor in a Supporting Role – Television
Siblings Brendan Sheehan
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Dark brown
Affair with N/A
Girlfriend Jessica Makinson
Movies Moonwalkers
TV Show Me and Mrs Jones
Father Joe Sheehan
Mother Maria Sheehan
Weight in KG 72 kg
Online Presence Facebook,Twitter,Wiki
Body Measurements 33-23-34
Breast Size 37in
Waist size 31 inches
Hip Size 36in
Shoe Size 10
Nick Name Robert
Face Color White
Neck Size 8.5
Books The Betrayal
Boyfriend Bryan Weaver
Salary N/A
Albums Professional Rapper, So Hard
Sisters Elisabeth Goodman

Quick Timeline of Robert Sheehan

1988 Born in Portlaoise, County Laois, Ireland
2003 Appeared in the movie, Song for a Raggy Boy
2005 Attended Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology
2004 Appeared in the television series, Foreign Exchange
2009 Appeared in the television series, Misfits
2010 Won BAFTA Awards
2013 Won Irish Film & Television Academy

Detail Timeline of Robert Sheehan

January 7 , 1988

Born in Portlaoise, County Laois, Ireland

Tall and handsome, Robert Sheehan was born as Robert Michael Sheehan as the youngest son of Joe Sheehan and Maria Sheehan in Portlaoise, County Laois, Ireland. He is Irish and is of Irish descent. These days he is known by the name Robert Michael Adam Sheehan.

2003

Appeared in the movie, Song for a Raggy Boy

While he was in his school days, he also starred in several school plays. At the age of 14, he also played in the movie Song for a Raggy Boy. That year he also starred in the short movies like An Cuainín and A Dublin Story. 

2005

Attended Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

As a child, Robert attended primary school, in St. Paul. There he played banjo, the bodhrán, and the spoons. When he was 17, he joined Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology with a major in Film and TV studies but he dropped out from there.

2004

Appeared in the television series, Foreign Exchange

As a child, he starred the role of Oliver in the play Oliver with a Twist. He also starred the role of crippled boy in Cripple of Innishmaan when he was 16. In 2004, he starred the role of Cormac MacNamara in the TV series Foreign Exchange.

2009

Appeared in the television series, Misfits

He got his rise in fame in 2009 after he began portraying the role of Nathan Young in the TV series Misfits. His breakthrough role as an actor came in 2010 after he began starring the role of Darren in the TV series Love/Hate.

2010

Won BAFTA Awards

He is popular for starring the role of Nathan Young in Misfits. For this role he got his first nomination in BAFTA Awards in 2010. He was honored with this award that year for Television Award. He has also been nominated in this award for Supporting Actor. 

2013

Won Irish Film & Television Academy

In 2010, he got his first nomination in Irish Film & Television Academy for Rising Star. He also got nominated in this award in 2011 as Best Actor in a Lead Role in Television. He was honored with this award in 2013 for Actor in a Supporting Role – Television. 

Content

Robert is an actor who has starred in several hit movies. He is well known in United States and Europe as an actor having won several lovely fans. Besides his popularity and fame, he is still single and information related to his love affairs, girlfriend, married life, wife, spouse and divorce is not official.

As a child, Robert attended primary school, in St. Paul. There he played banjo, the bodhrán, and the spoons. While he was there he also starred the role of Oliver in the play Oliver with a Twist. At the age of 14, he also played in the movie Song for a Raggy Boy. Two years later he also starred the role of crippled boy in Cripple of Innishmaan. When he was 17, he joined Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology with a major in Film and TV studies but he dropped out from there. In 2004, he starred the role of Cormac MacNamara in the TV series Foreign Exchange. He got his rise in fame in 2009 after he began portraying the role of Nathan Young in the TV series Misfits. His breakthrough role as an actor came in 2010 after he began starring the role of Darren in the TV series Love/Hate. He has been earning lucrative amount of salary and his net worth is $2 million dollars.