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  • New promotional still of Robert Sheehan in @officialdeandevlin's #BadSamaritan! (Spring 2018 Wide) Via @THR #cannes2017
  • Stunning NEW promotional image of Robert Sheehan in @officialdeandevlin's #BadSamaritan! Via @bdisgusting
  • #repost @joesangre: Joe and Rob! Just two guys wearing Poncho's and pink sweaters ... nothing wrong with it #joesangre #robertsheehan #ponchos #pinksweater
  • Robert Sheehan with Stephen Lang & Hugo Weaving during a small break from filming #MortalEngines in New Zealand! Via @ IAmStephenLang on Twitter.
  • #repost @swaylake: On set, Robert Sheehan couldn't help but notice that Tony-nominated Mary Beth Peil ("Anastasia"), who plays Charlie Sway in "The Song of Sway Lake", is a good match my real grandmother (left). #robertsheehan #marybethpeil #mothersday
  • Happy Mother's Day! Here is Rob with his Mum, Maria! 💕
  • Wonderful new behind the scenes photo of Robert Sheehan & writer/director Ari Gold on set of his upcoming film @swaylake! Repost @arigold
  • @cheyennesapsford: #robertsheehan #misfits ❤ perks of working Weta functions. #repost
  • Exciting NEW poster for @officialdeandevlin's #BadSamaritan starring Robert Sheehan & David Tennant! Spring 2018 🌏

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Jet Trash
Role: Lee
Status: Completed
Release: Dec 9, 2016 (UK)
Fortitude (TV Series) S2
Role: Vladek
Status: Completed
Release: 2017/Aired
Song of Sway Lake
Role: Nikolai
Status: Completed
Release: June 21, 2017 (LA Film Festival)
Three Summers
Role: TBA
Status: Wrapped filming
Release: Aug 2017 (Aus)
Role: Duncan
Status: Completed
Release: Oct 20, 2017 (US/UK)
Role: TBA
Status: Completed
Release: 2017 (Netflix)
Dicky (Short)
Role: TBA
Status: Post-production
Release: 2017
Bad Samaritan
Role: Sean Falco
Status: Completed filming
Release: Spring 2018
Mortal Engines
Role: Tom Natsworthy
Status: Filming (NZ)
Release: Dec 2018
Invisible Sun
Role: Yazzer
Status: TBA
Release: TBA
This Family
Role: Danny
Status: TBA
Release: TBA
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight
Role: Oliver
Status: Pre-production
Release: TBA

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Robert’s Q&A

March 25th, 2015

Robert was back in Ireland for the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival this week, and the website managed to get a quick chat in with him.

Playing a Tourette’s sufferer who leaves his treatment facility to scatter his mother’s ashes near the ocean, Sheehan is joined on his journey by OCD patient, Dev Patel, and the anorexic Zoe Kravitz. Not exactly what you’d call your standard role, so there’s no better place to begin.

What drew you to the film, seeing as it’s not a particularly easy role to pull off?
Firstly, the script was just very, very good, and of course the character was so appealing. It’s interesting to find a protagonist who is really an outsider, looking in, yet still not the strong silent type.

With such a tough subject matter, how did you prepare for the role?
I had a good amount of time to prepare, and in that time I got to hang out with people who have Tourette’s. I had a key guy in LA, Jackson, and a key girl in London, Ruth. The first time I met Ruth was at a Tourette’s support group. I arrived a little late, she went ‘You must be Rob, are you here for the meeting?’ so I said nice to meet you, and she goes ‘fuck you, to be sure’ as she threw her middle fingers up at me. So I was learning things from the word go.

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Robert talks about camping with his girlfriend

March 21st, 2015

In a recent interview Robert talks about his experience in the Californian desert with his girlfriend Sofia Boutella on Valentine’s weekend.

Robert Sheehan has revealed he was on his knees crying for an hour and a half in the Californian desert after taking magic mushrooms. The 27-year-old said: “I kept the whole thing a surprise and we went and set up our tent and it was incredibly beautiful. Then I said ‘Alright baby phase two of the surprise’ and took out a handful of magic mushrooms. We just wandered out into the wilderness on magic mushrooms. It was a f**king profound experience. It was glorious. Truly fantastic.”

The Laois native told Hot Press magazine of the effects he felt after taking the magic mushrooms. He said: “It goes through several phrases. First it’s all ‘Ohh I feel a bit dizzy, and look at how all the Joshua Trees are beginning to vibrate’. Then you start hallucinating – and because it’s in the wilderness, it’s so glorious. I think it’s the only way to take mushrooms. Do not take mushrooms in an urban environment, or with anybody you don’t know or with people who aren’t on mushrooms. You have to be with people you know who are on mushrooms in the desert. I was on my knees crying for an hour and a half. It just completely distorts your perception of reality and how you see the world. We came out of it just feeling really well…with a newfound joy. I came out thinking, ‘We’re all innocent and we should all love each other because we all just want to get along’ – but in a really profound way.”

Source: Irish Mirror


How Robert Sheehan was screwed out of part in Walking Dead spin-off

March 19th, 2015
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The Hot Press Newsdesk | March 19, 2015

While still adjusting to LA – “I was still all at sea here in the US”– Sheehan was offered a major part in a “really, really big televisual project”, that the actor nevertheless felt wasn’t quite up to scratch. Eager to have him on board, the show’s creator met with him, and offered to collaborate with the actor to create a richer, more dynamic character and storyline. Sheehan agreed, and was just allowing himself to picture his new life as huge TV star and household name in the States, when it all went suddenly, horribly wrong.

My agent – who is not my agent anymore – took this to mean that now, we could do whatever the fuck we wanted. They were really, overly aggressive in the negotiation with the network, and long story short, fucked up the negotiation. I found out later the organisation felt they had no other option than to stop even trying to talk to my representation, and had to hire somebody else. I thought, Dear God. It was a really frightening moment, because I went from looking at the next four years of my life, to realising that my agent, who I had trusted with my job, had just completely fucked me over.

It was weirdly like being in an abusive relationship,” he observes, “because I was talking to my U.K. agent who was saying ‘They really fucked up, we should consider leaving’ and I was like ‘But they’re a big name, do we really have a choice?’ She had to literally tell me ‘You always have a choice.’ We tried to get them to explain themselves and they wouldn’t – there’s a lot of megalomaniacs out here who never have to explain themselves – and I just had this shock of ‘You’ve had my career in your hands.’ So I sacked them immediately. That was really disappointing, and scary, because out here you’re just in the hands of these lunatic egomaniac agents, particularly the corporate ones, who base their model on Wall Street. You’re just a stock, it’s very inhumane how they work out here.

I ask him what the TV show was, and can feel his disappointment radiating as he tells me that “at the time, it was called Fear The Walking Dead. It’s watching the fall of humanity – Walking Dead but before the virus took hold of humanity. Biggest show in the world, Roe” he laughs bitterly to journo Roe McDermott. “Biggest show in the world.



Issue Magazine: Discussion with Ari Gold & Robert Sheehan

October 28th, 2014

A few months ago, Issue Magazine posted a great interview with Ari Gold and Robert Sheehan, along with some beautiful images of the pair, which have been added to our photo gallery. You can hear the audio at the source and read a transcript below.

Right before making the blockbuster fantasy movie “The Mortal Instruments,” Irish actor and producer Robert Sheehan spent some weeks hanging out with indie writer-director-actor Ari Gold (no, not that Ari Gold – although his name was inspiration for the Entourage character) in a lakeside mansion in upstate New York. The project, a drama also starring Rory Culkin and veteran actress Mary Beth Peil, is a follow-up to Gold’s vastly contrasting cult comedy classic about air drumming, “Adventures of Power.” The film is currently in post-production with an expected release later this summer.

Here Ari and Robert catch up in Ari’s Silver Lake backyard.

Ari Gold: Hi Robbie.

Robert Sheehan: Hey Ari.

A: I’m interviewing you, but you’re also interviewing me.

R: Well, I’d just like to say for anyone listening that I’ve been brought here against my will. Anything I say is under duress and therefore it should be discounted.

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