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Bishop Heahmund

Born in Ireland, Rhys Meyers made his film debut in “A Man of No Importance,” but it was his starring role in Todd Haynes’ “Velvet Goldmine” in 1998 that gained him international attention and a London Film Critics Circle Award. Rhys Meyers is also recognized for his role as the girls’ soccer coach in the award-winning sleeper hit “Bend It Like Beckham” along with other notable film credits including a starring role in Mira Nair’s “Vanity Fair”. Rhys Meyers has garnered 2 Golden Globe Award nominations for his role as Henry the VIII in “The Tudors” and was rewarded with a Best Actor Globe and Emmy nomination for his starring role in the television miniseries “Elvis”. Among his television credits is the drama “Dracula”, which he also produced.