Colin Farrell
Biographical Information
Born May 31st, 1976
Castleknock, Ireland
Productions Intermission as Lehiff
Cassandra's Dream as Terry
Crazy Heart as Tommy Sweet
The Lobster as David
Recordings Intermission (film soundtrack)
Crazy Heart (film soundtrack)
Vocal Type Tenor

Colin Farrell is an Irish actor.


Born in Castleknock, Dublin, Farrell first studied at the Gaiety School of Acting before appearing in Ballykissangel. He would go on to appear in a number of blockbuster films soon after, including Minority Report, Phone Booth and Daredevil.

Farrell continued to make film appearances ranging from epics such as Alexander the Great to surreal and dark comedies including Intermission and In Bruges. He also played a major role in the fantasy adventure Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.


Farrell first sang onscreen on the soundtrack of Intermission, performing a rendition of The Clash's "I Fought the Law." He also had a major singing role as Tommy Sweet the musician in Crazy Heart.


Intermission (2003)Edit

  • I Fought the Law (solo)

Cassandra's Dream (2007)Edit

  • Show Me the Way to Go Home (duet)

Crazy Heart (2009)Edit

  • Fallin' and Flyin' (duet)
  • Gone, Gone, Gone (solo)
  • The Weary Kind (solo)

The Lobster (2015)Edit

  • Where the Wild Roses Grow (solo)

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