Brooklyn native/actress Jill Flint stars in the new NBC series THE NIGHT SHIFT. In this video, she talks about learning to drive in NYC to prepare for the series’ location shoot in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Eoin took a break from acting after the death of his father. He returned to performing the following year in the role of drug dealer Gavin Cluxton in RTÉ’s flagship soap Fair City, playing the part for more than four months and also appearing live on the show Fair City Sings, where he performed “Hallelujah” which you can watch here.
Filmalwaysfilm’s uploaded a few clips with Eoin appearing. Here’s one, find the rest on their youtube channel.
Eoin Macken and Alexander Vlahos attended Comic Con in Dublin in April 2014. Geek Ireland had a chat with them.
Scott Wolf, Freddy Rodriguez, Jill Flint and Eoin Macken of “The Night Shift” join Behind the Velvet Rope’s Arthur Kade at the NBC Upfront.
Thanks to Freddy Rodriguez.
Being named the face of an Abercrombie & Fitch campaign could be the height of a career.
But for Eoin Macken, that 2003 credit is just one of many.
The Irish actor — whose given name is pronounced Owen — plays the volatile Dr. TC Callahan on NBC’s The Night Shift, the hospital drama that just wrapped its second season. He also turned heads this spring as Herod Antipas, the ruler of Galilee during the time of Jesus, in National Geographic Channel’s Killing Jesus.
“I wanted to do it because he’s a dark character,” Macken says of the role as the Roman leader. “It’s interesting playing the human side of this person who had pressure from the Romans, his wife and the areas he was governing while trying to keep a grasp on power.”