The Gathering: Why I Hate Soundbites

Updated December 14 I have transcribed the interview section containing Mr. Byrne’s comments about The Gathering. You can read it here. The audio interview is on this page as well. — You will see only one Byrneholics posting about Gabriel Byrne’s remarks concerning The Gathering, despite the diatribes, slurs, and […]

BlogTalkRadio: Research on Gabriel Byrne

Updated August 18 I was unable to listen to Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin’s podcast on August 15 (selling my house and moving across the state took a big chunk out of my life that day!), but now that I have listened to it and absorbed it a bit, here are […]

Actor/Producer/Director/Activist/WRITER: The Magill Essays

Had he been born a century earlier, Gabriel Byrne might have been an actor, or perhaps a teacher, or even a politician. It seems likely, however, that in those days, Mr. Byrne would have been a writer. He has the intellectual ability and the temperament, plus the observational skills and, […]

Bon Voyage to Imagine Ireland

The Year of Irish Arts in America was a resounding success and Imagine Ireland has put the finishing touches on the end of this remarkable experiment with their final newsletter [This newsletter is no longer available on the Internet]. They thank Gabriel Byrne for his service as Cultural Ambassador for […]

Gabriel Byrne Surveys America’s Problems

It’s hard to say what we’re capable of because most of us are never really tested. –GB Bullett Media offers an inspiring interview with Gabriel Byrne, of whom they note: Gabriel Byrne is hardly just an actor. He’s a humanitarian, Ireland’s first Cultural Ambassador, and a rare figure of informed […]

O Cara Mia!

Here is an interview from Cara Magazine, the in-flight magazine for Aer Lingus, July 2011. Thanks to our friends over at the In Treatment Fans blog for sharing this! And for those lucky enough to be in New York (not that you are stalking the ambassador or anything, of course!), […]