In the act of it
He wore his body well.
Like he was always supposed to be that size.
Strong, heavy, gnarled.
A boxer who was never supposed to be young.
Eoin plays the part of Antipas and will premiere globally on National Geographic Channel this spring in 171 countries and 45 languages. The movie hails from the Emmy-nominated team behind Killing Kennedy, including O’Reilly, Scott Free Productions’ Ridley Scott, David Zucker, Mary Lisio and Teri Weinberg. Executive producer: “With this stellar cast and breathtaking script by Walon, based on Bill’s page-turner, we are going to explore the seismic political and historical events that surrounded the life and death of Jesus as never before.”
Macken was hand-picked for the part of young Herod Antipas.
Dublin actor, director and author Eoin Macken (31) is set to star in Ridley Scott’s new series ‘Killing Jesus’.
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Find all cast and crew on their IDMB Page.
A few years ago OMG! EoinMacken! came up with the idea of raising money for a good cause instead of making a video, book, … with birthday wishes for Eoin. What an awesome idea, an idea that couldn’t stop going! As there wasn’t a charity last year, I thought I could pick up where they left off and what better charity to choose than the one he’s ambassador for, SIGHTSAVERS.
He and his good friend Tim McDonnell took a trip to Mozambique in August to witness Sightsavers’ work there and shot a documentary for A Million Miracles, their campain that launched in October. The documentary isn’t finished yet, but you can watch his below. Hopefully you’ll find this way of saying ‘Happy Birthday Eoin’ just as special, awesome, fun, heart warming as I do. Any donations are welcome.
Link tot JustGiving page: Eoin Macken’s birthday celebration 2015.