Alan Devine

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Alan Devine
Born1970 (age 48–49)

Alan Devine (born 1970), is an Irish actor.

Early life and education[edit]

Devine was born in County Galway in 1970. He has played minor roles in several films. Devine graduated with honours from Trinity College, Dublin, where he studied philosophy and sociology. He has since pursued a career of acting in both film and on the stage. There his credits include numerous stage roles, including various works of Shakespeare.


Devine appeared in Glenroe during the 1990s as Ray O'Driscoll, who fled the country after he killed his brother Oliver in 1999. This storyline was one of the biggest storylines the show had in the 1990s.

His film roles include portraying the Irish criminal Gerry “The Monk” Hutch in the movie Veronica Guerin. He has received credit for work in several other films including, King Arthur, Nora played the lead in the Irish movie Ghostwood.[1]

Devine appeared in TV commercials for Guinness and played the part of Tom Crean, the legendary Arctic explorer from County Kerry.

He subsequently appeared in the Irish soap opera Fair City as Louie Gleeson, brother of the deceased Mike Gleeson.

In 2010, Devine appeared on stage in the play My First Time alongside Leigh Arnold, Alan Shortt and Claire Tully in different venues across Ireland.


Fair City (2008-)

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