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PADDY CONSIDINE made his startling film debut as the disturbing Morrell in Shane Meadow's A Room For Romeo Brass. Since then he has notched up a string of film roles, including the broken, lovesick Alfie in Pavel Pawlilkowski's critically acclaimed tale of an asylum-seeker, The Last Resort, for which he was awarded Best Actor at the 2000 Thessaloniki Film Festival. He also played a supporting role in Born Romantic (dir. David Kane). Last year he shot a leading role opposite loan Grufford and Susan Lynch in the black comedy Happy Now (dir. Philippa Cousins) and a cameo appearance in The Martins (dir. Tony Grounds). He recently completed filming the psychological thriller Doctor Sleep (dir. Nick Willing).

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