By Gabby Oct 23, 2014 1 Comment

Hey guys! I’m Gabby and I am one of the new owners of Robert Sheehan Online! Along with my friends Mylene and Neide, I’ll do my best to keep you up-to-date on Robert’s upcoming projects and anything related to his career. I am grateful for the work that Holly, Vicki, Heather & Helen did while they maintained this website, and for those of you who’ve been supporting for the past 5 years. Our new layout was designed by my friend Nicole, with images of some of Robert’s most recent photoshoots, which can be found here. We have a new Twitter account – @RSheehanOnline – make sure you follow it for our updates!

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By Holly Jan 30, 2014 0 Comments

The Portlaoise 26 year old actor is best known in Ireland for playing Darren in the first three seasons of RTÉ hit drama series, ‘Love/Hate’. Though his character was shot down at the end of the third season, his international career has continued to steadily rise since.

Robert Sheehan has been cast as Mark Anthony in the upcoming film ‘Caesar’, which has been described as “a chilling film adaptation of Shakespeare’s shocking tale of ambition, betrayal, murder and the supernatural.”

Roman general Mark Anthony was a politician and general involved in a political alliance following the assassination of Julius Caesar and is known for his scandalous affair with the pharaoh Cleopatra.

The film is reported to have a $10 million budget and will be filmed in AED Studios, Flanders, Belgium. It will be directed by Tiago Mesquita.

The young actor also stars in a post-World War II romantic drama in which he plays the lover of an Auschwitz survivor. The English-language film, entitled ‘Anita B.’, was recently released in Italy and it has now been confirmed that Adriana Chiesa Enterprises (ACE), a Roman-based sales company, will launch sales of the film at the European Film Market in the forthcoming Berlin Film Festival.

Sheehan, who is an IFTA nominee, previously played the popular character Nathan Young in E4 TV series ‘Misfits’. For this role, Sheehan was nominated for a BAFTA for Supporting Actor and won the Television Award which was shared between the cast of the show.


By Holly Jan 19, 2014 0 Comments

Our gallery has been updated with high quality images from Session 14. Thanks to Renee for donating them!

By Holly Jan 08, 2014 0 Comments

By Holly Dec 24, 2013 0 Comments

The actor followed up on his promise to dine out with the women who ran the minimarathon in aid of Debra Ireland.

Robert (25) spent time with families whose children are affected by the debilitating condition Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) at the Maldron Hotel in Dublin last night before taking the lucky female winners for a slap-up meal.

The Love/Hate star was convinced to take part after he was contacted by patient ambassador Emma Fogarty.

Emma (29) has already won the hearts of Colin Farrell and Johnny Sexton who previously came on board with the charity. Emma, the oldest person in Ireland with EB, hails from Abbeyleix in Laois, just down the road from Robert’s native Portlaoise and managed to get him involved.

“I sat down with Emma and I was so struck by such a vibrant, engaging, enthusiastic person,” he said. “She hooked me into the whole thing.

“The Herald wrote an article around the time of the mini-marathon with the headline ‘Win a date with Robert Sheehan!’ which was quite a surprise to me.” he joked.

“But we helped raise some money for Debra.” Bubbly Emma said Robert and his mum Maria jumped at the chance of helping out the charity.

“I wrote to his mother and to himself and they got in touch and I met his mam,” explained Emma (below with Robert).

“He said yes, he didn’t hesitate at all.”

The fundraising campaign was a huge success as the charity recorded the biggest number of so far with over 450 taking part.

Sheehan’s association with the charity this year helped net vital funds to help keep an EB family nurse on the road for the charity.

Mum Ger Hyland from Swords said that the nurse has made a world of difference when it comes to changing dressings on her two girls Alison (9) and Erica (4). She has to regularly bathe her daughters in anti-septic to kill any infection when their skin breaks out in blisters.


To read more about the condition and find out you can help, visit Debra Ireland Org