Biography of Robert SheehanRobert Sheehan is an Irish left-handed hottie who portrayed an immortal Nathan Young in the British TV show Misfits. That role made the boy a popular and in-demand actor. The year 2010 brought him a nomination for the Rising Star Award at the IFTA Award Ceremony.
Childhood and Early Life: Port Laoise, IrlandThe third child in a family of a policeman, Joe Sheehan, and a housewife, Maria Sheehan, from a town of Port Laoise, was named Robert Michael (Robert Michael Sheehan). The older children, Brandon and Shawna, took care of a baby who, with his curlies, wide-open eyes, and a charming smile, looked like a cute angel.
There, at school, Sheehan made a shot at acting for the first time by portraying Oliver Twist in a little theatre. Robert kept applauses and admiration of his first audience in his heart and, together with his mom, he started to watch films by later copying his favorite actors. Sheehan had a dream to act with Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale, and Johnny Depp and to become as famous as they were.
Career: from Song for a Raggy Boy to Mortal EnginesRobert celebrated his 15th birthday by making a debut in the historical drama by Aisling Walsh about World War II called Song for a Raggy Boy in which he portrayed one of the students of a public school. The unusual appearance and great acting of the debutant were appreciated, and shortly after, the teenager received small roles in such TV shows as Coming Up and The Clinic. Later, Sheehan portrayed Cormac MacNamara in the fantastic TV show Foreign Exchange and a king Louis XIV in the dramatic action film Young Blades.
The young actor received his first role in the family picture Summer of the Flying Saucer by Martin Duffy in which he portrayed a 15-year-old teenager who fell in love with an alien girl.
The drama Cherrybomb, in which Robert joined Rupert Grint and Niamh Quinn, became a turning point in Sheehan's acting fortune. The boy became incredibly popular and famous and received an invitation to the fantastic soap opera Misfits.
When Robert's favorite Irish film director, David Caffrey, offered him to play in the TV show Love/Hate, the actor accepted the offer to portray a godfather, Darren Tracey, in this crime drama without even reading the plot. Later, he appeared as Simon Lewis in the Canadian German adventure picture The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones by Harald Zwart, in which he worked with Lily Collins. Together with Eline Powell, he appeared as Eli in the drama about a woman imprisoned in Oswiecim Anita B. directed by Roberto Faenza.
Private Life of Robert SheehanThis charming and handsome man has never married. The party boy, traveler and the fan of friendly companies, everyone's favorite and cheery fellow hasn't yet met his soul mate. Numerous romances and relationships with women haven't made Robert think about family life. Interestingly, when Sheehan dated someone, he was very generous and showered women with expensive presents, but after breaking up with a woman, he demanded a present back.
Only an actress and model, Sofia Boutella, in 2014, found a way to mellow the young womanizer a little despite the six-year age difference. But there is no news about their marriage or future children.
Robert Sheehan NowIn-demand and talented, Robert Sheehan portrays the most contradicting characters. In 2019, the project The Umbrella Academy by Andrew Bernstein and Peter Hall was released. In the fantastic TV show, the actor portrays a super-powered academy student, Klaus.
In a picture by Ari Gold, which doesn't have a title, Robert is trying to receive the role of Nicholas, and Joe Stephenson offered him to portray Dorian in the new project Acts of God.
Sheehan dedicates a lot of time to sports by visiting a pool and gym. He also has a dream to win the Hollywood heart and become a great actor like its Oscar-winning actors.