What can I say about Bronagh Gallagher. She is one of the sweetest, most talented and humble people you could ever meet. Plus she is incredibly talented and great craic.
On this podcast we talk about her upbringing in Derry, her stellar film and T.V career as well her 3 solo albums.
Bronagh has just finished season 3 of Brassic for Sky TV and has appeared in everything as far as I'm concerned. Just turn on your T.V and you will spot her in any things.
Recently she released a single with Noel Hogan from The Cranberries called 'CRYBABY'.
Here's a mini bio below as well as links to Bronagh's albums and movie and T.V credits.
Hope you enjoy this. Bronagh is always great to hang out with and we had a great conversation.
Bronagh Gallagher is an Irish-born singer and actress. Born in 1972 in Northern Ireland, Bronagh became involved in the performing arts, including music and drama during her teenage years. She later joined a local amateur drama group known as the Oakgrove Theatre Company. Bronagh made her screen debut in 1989, starting mostly on television series. Her first big feature film appearance was in Alan Parker 's _The Commitments (1991) _ followed three years later in Quentin Tarantino 's Pulp Fiction (1994). Five years after that she appeared in 'George Lucas' 's film prequel Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999). Rolling into the 21st century, Bronagh's work balanced out evenly between television and film. Further film appearances included Tristan + Isolde (2006) and Sherlock Holmes (2009). Her additional television work included Holby City (1999), The Bill (1984), The Field of Blood (2011) and in 2012 Pramface (2012). Bronagh still remains active as a singer as well as a musician.