Irish born actor Killian Scott is widely known for his works in the TV and movie industry.
In his career as a professional actor, Killian has appeared in more than ten movies and eight TV series.
Famously recognized for his role in 2017’s western-classic Damnation, Killian has kept a low profile on the social media.
Killian mainly likes to focus on his cinematic career rather than creating buzz over social media platforms.
This dedication has led Killian to grab the attention of all generations of actors.
Thus, there have been times when people inside and out of the film and television industry have praised Killian wholeheartedly.
The reputed Liam Neeson once mentioned that in case he makes a comeback to the Star Wars, he would want Killian Scott to play the younger version of his character.
To have this come from a leading veteran is surely a big deal for the Killian.
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Whether or not Liam returns for his role of Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars, his statement regarding Killian definitely speaks up the young star's acting qualifications.
Hopefully, Killian continues with his amazing work, and always leave that wide variety of spaces for people to praise his hard work.
Irish native Killian Scott was born on 6th July 1985 in Kilmallock, Limerick, Ireland.
Born as Cillian Murphy, Killian changed his stage name and was later known as Killian Scott.
In his early childhood, Killian moved to Sandymount, Dublin with his parents.
He is the younger brother of Irish Fine Gael politician Eoghan Murphy and the well-known playwright Colin Murphy.
Killian joined University College Dublin and studied English and Philosophy.
With his intense interest in acting, Killian flew to London and joined Drama Centre.
Killian Scott Career Plus Net Worth
After polishing himself with acting knowledge from the Drama Centre, Killian starred in the 2007’s Irish-drama Creatures of Knowledge.
The young actor impressed most of the fans and critics with his soothing performance. Two years later, Killian debuted as a writer in the movie The Rise of the Bricks.
Killian’s other recognizable works in the movie industry include Good Vibrations (2013), Calvary (2014), and James Quinn’s ’71 (2014).
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Killian recently featured in 2018’s drama/mystery The Commuter starring Liam Neeson.
Killian Scott with Love/Hate co-star Iain Glen (Photo: entertainment.ie)
Besides the movies, Killian had recurring roles in a handful of TV series, including Ripper Street, and Single-Handed. Killian received massive appreciation for his lead role in Irish dramatic television series Love/Hate which aired between 2010 and 2014.
Moreover, Killian had his acting stint on Call the Midwife, a BBC period drama series in 2014.
Subsequently, he appeared as Cody Ferraher on the Irish mystery TV drama series, Jack Taylor in 2017. The show first aired on 2 August 2010.
Because of his splendid acting skills, Killian was also offered to portray the role of a young Qui-Gon Jinn by Liam Neeson in a 'Star Wars' movie.
But Killian jokingly told that he could return as his 'Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace' but not as the role of Qui-Gon Jinn.
Adding more to his entertainment career, Killian was seen portraying the role of Seth Davenport on Damnation in 2018.
It is about a battle between downtrodden locals and industrialists in a rural town in the 1930s. The American period drama series first aired on 7 November 2017 with the season finale on 18 January 2018.
Also, Killian was seen to be portraying the role of Seth Davenport in the series C.B Strike in 2018.
Besides Damnation, Killian was seen making his recurring appearance on CB Strike, a British TV crime drama series in 2018. Killian, portraying the character of D.I. Eric Wardle is accompanied by the lead presence of Tom Burke as Cormoran Strike.
As of now, Killian is ready for his new series on RTÉ network, whose date of the premiere is yet to be confirmed.
However, it is a crime drama series that stars the cast members of Killian's previous series, Love/Hate, including Ruth Negga, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, Barry Keoghan, and Charlie Murphy.
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The talented actor has marked his presence felt in the cinematic industry with his soulful acting.
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The matter of concern for Killian’s global fans is the dashing actor’s relationship status.
Mostly, his female supports want to be updated whether Killian is married or single. His calming personality and impressive height entice many young girls.
Killian is not much vocal about his dating or marital status on the internet.
In an interview with Irish Mirror back in 2013, Killian mentioned his love life was a massive flop. Killian further added that he was instead focused on building up his acting career than finding a girlfriend.
Meanwhile, the Love/Hate star described his on-screen love life to be busier than his real-life in an interview with Independent back in 2013.
At the age of 34, the actor/writer Killian seems to avoid the queries and concerns regarding him finding a wife and persisting married life and rather focusing on his career with the aim of elevating his skills and fame.