Saoirse Ronan

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Saoirse Ronan

Born

4/12/1994, Ardattin, County Carlow, Ireland

Birth Name

Saoirse Ronan

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Saoirse (an Irish name that is pronounced Seer-shuh) Ronan was born and raised in Ardattin, County Carlow, Ireland on April 12, 1994. Growing up with an actor father, Ronan had an inclination and interest in acting at an early age. His dad helped her with making audition tapes…more

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    • Saoirse: I'd like to be known as an actress who does films that make you think about life and how things are in the world.

    • Saoirse: If I hadn't doing acting, I like arts. I would've liked to be an artist or maybe a writer. I like to write stories, which I suppose is like scriptwriting really. I prefer the creative stuff to the logical stuff – like maths!

    • Saoirse: Acting is one of these things that I can't really describe – it's just like, why do you love your mum and dad? You know, you just do.

    • Saoirse: (on where she goes to school) It's kind of like a private school, but it's not a posh school, if you know what I mean. We don't wear like gold buttons on our uniforms or tiaras or anything like that.

    • Saoirse: Fame shouldn't really matter... The hair and makeup are fun, but nothing compared to the excitement of making a movie. That's how I feel.

    • Saoirse: When I did Atonement, I knew I want to do this for the rest of my life, it's kind of like a drug: Once you start, you can't stop.

    • Saoirse: (on Vanessa Redgrave and Romola Garai following how she acted out the character Briony in "Atonement") Yeah, kind of, I suppose. I mean, I don't know whether I taught Vanessa Redgrave. I don't want to say that. But yeah, I suppose I kind of set Briony up and then they followed me.

    • Saoirse: This is what I try to do with everything - is just be the person. Be the person I'm playing. That's what acting is. You're pretending to be someone else.

    • Saoirse: I like books that are exciting and that make you think about things as well. I like things that have a twist – like "Atonement", which I haven't read obviously, as I'm a bit young.

    • Saoirse: (on acting) I think, until you experience it and until you actually do it, then you don't know that you're interested in it. That's definitely what it was like for me, anyway.

    • Saoirse: I think that when you're an actress, you have to think about what kind of a role model you're going to be. I hope that I'm a good role model for young girls. I'm not going to, if people still want me in their movies, I don't want to be one of these girls who goes around partying every night and is in rehab. I don't want to do that.

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