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'''Ciarán Hinds''' (born [[9 February]], [[1950s|1953]]) is a [[Northern Ireland|Northern Irish]] actor who portrays [[Aberforth Dumbledore]] in the film ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]''.<ref>"[http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/2009/3/23/deathly-hallows-casting-news-ciaran-hinds-to-play-aberforth-dumbledore-more-on-nick-moran Deathly Hallows Casting News: Ciaran Hinds to Play Aberforth Dumbledore, More on Nick Moran]" from The Leaky Cauldron</ref>
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'''Ciarán Hinds''' (born [[9 February]], [[1950s|1953]]) is an Irish<ref name="wikiciaranhinds">[[Wikipedia:Ciarán Hinds|Ciarán Hinds]] at [[Wikipedia:Main Page|Wikipedia]]</ref> actor from [[Northern Ireland]] who portrays [[Aberforth Dumbledore]] in the film ''[[Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2]]''.<ref>"[http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/2009/3/23/deathly-hallows-casting-news-ciaran-hinds-to-play-aberforth-dumbledore-more-on-nick-moran Deathly Hallows Casting News: Ciaran Hinds to Play Aberforth Dumbledore, More on Nick Moran]" from The Leaky Cauldron</ref>
   
 
Probably his best-known role in recent years is as [[Wikipedia:Gaius Julius Caesar (character of Rome)|Gaius Julius Caesar]] in HBO's historical miniseries ''Rome'' (one of Caesar's assassins, Cassius, was played by [[Guy Henry]]).
 
Probably his best-known role in recent years is as [[Wikipedia:Gaius Julius Caesar (character of Rome)|Gaius Julius Caesar]] in HBO's historical miniseries ''Rome'' (one of Caesar's assassins, Cassius, was played by [[Guy Henry]]).
   
His other roles include appearances in the Oscar-nominated film ''[[Wikipedia:In Bruges|In Bruges]]'' (in which his role was uncredited, and which also starred [[Brendan Gleeson]], [[Ralph Fiennes]], and [[Clémence Poésy]]); the spy thriller ''Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'', starring [[Gary Oldman]], [[John Hurt]], [[Toby Jones]], [[Simon McBurney]] and [[Roger Lloyd-Pack]].<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001354/ Ciarán Hinds profile on IMDb.com]</ref>; and the upcoming horror film ''The Woman in Black'', starring [[Daniel Radcliffe]].
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His other roles include appearances in the Oscar-nominated film ''[[Wikipedia:In Bruges|In Bruges]]'' (in which his role was uncredited, and which also starred [[Brendan Gleeson]], [[Ralph Fiennes]], and [[Clémence Poésy]]); the spy thriller ''Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'', starring [[Gary Oldman]], [[John Hurt]], [[Toby Jones]], [[Simon McBurney]] and [[Roger Lloyd-Pack]].<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001354/ Ciarán Hinds profile on IMDb.com]</ref>; and the 2012 horror film ''The Woman in Black'', starring [[Daniel Radcliffe]].
   
 
He also voiced "Botticelli," the lead antagonist of the 2009 animated film ''The Tale of Despereaux'', with [[Emma Watson]] and [[Robbie Coltrane]].
 
He also voiced "Botticelli," the lead antagonist of the 2009 animated film ''The Tale of Despereaux'', with [[Emma Watson]] and [[Robbie Coltrane]].
   
Hinds will portray Mance Rayder, the Wildling King-Beyond-The-Wall in the HBO fantasy series ''[[wikipedia: Game of Thrones| Game of Thrones]]'', based on the ''[[wikipedia: A Song of Ice and Fire| A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels by [[wikipedia: George R.R. Martin| George R.R. Martin]]. The series has also featured [[Michelle Fairley]], [[Natalia Tena]], [[Julian Glover]], [[David Bradley]], [[Ralph Ineson]], [[Bronson Webb]], [[Edward Tudor-Pole]] and [[Ian Whyte]].
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Hinds currently portrays Mance Rayder, the Wildling King-Beyond-The-Wall in the HBO fantasy series ''[[wikipedia: Game of Thrones| Game of Thrones]]'', based on the ''[[wikipedia: A Song of Ice and Fire| A Song of Ice and Fire]]'' novels by [[wikipedia: George R.R. Martin| George R.R. Martin]]. The series has also featured [[Michelle Fairley]], [[Natalia Tena]], [[Julian Glover]], [[David Bradley]], [[Ralph Ineson]], [[Bronson Webb]], [[Edward Tudor-Pole]] and [[Ian Whyte]].
   
 
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Ciarán Hinds
Ciarán Hinds
Biographical information
Born

9 February, 1953

Nationality

Irish[1]

Gender

Male

Height

6' 1"

Career
In Harry Potter

Aberforth Dumbledore

Notable roles
  • Race to Witch Mountain (2009)
  • In Bruges (2008)
  • The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
  • The Sum of All Fears (2002)
  • Rome (2005)

Ciarán Hinds (born 9 February, 1953) is an Irish[2] actor from Northern Ireland who portrays Aberforth Dumbledore in the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.[3]

Probably his best-known role in recent years is as Gaius Julius Caesar in HBO's historical miniseries Rome (one of Caesar's assassins, Cassius, was played by Guy Henry).

His other roles include appearances in the Oscar-nominated film In Bruges (in which his role was uncredited, and which also starred Brendan Gleeson, Ralph Fiennes, and Clémence Poésy); the spy thriller Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, starring Gary Oldman, John Hurt, Toby Jones, Simon McBurney and Roger Lloyd-Pack.[4]; and the 2012 horror film The Woman in Black, starring Daniel Radcliffe.

He also voiced "Botticelli," the lead antagonist of the 2009 animated film The Tale of Despereaux, with Emma Watson and Robbie Coltrane.

Hinds currently portrays Mance Rayder, the Wildling King-Beyond-The-Wall in the HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones, based on the A Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Martin. The series has also featured Michelle Fairley, Natalia Tena, Julian Glover, David Bradley, Ralph Ineson, Bronson Webb, Edward Tudor-Pole and Ian Whyte.

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