ABOUT THIS EPISODE

This week, actor Moe Dunford (Vikings, The Tudors, Michael Inside, St. Patrick's Day, Rosie) returns to Irishman Abroad for his first ever solo appearance.

Moe speaks candidly for the first time about his struggle with alcohol early in life (12:00), how he learned the importance of being himself (5:00) while also reflecting on the aftermath of Rosie and what life was like growing up in Waterford (Patreon Full Length Version Only).

We hear what he is ashamed of as an Irish actor (1:18:00), an incredibly powerful discussion about his belief in the work of Terry McMahon (57:00), the phone call that completely changed his life (42:00) and much more. This is a one of a kind interview with one of Ireland's best acting talents.

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