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Meaney filming in Ireland...
The Irish Star Trek actor Colm Meaney, who played Chief O'Brien in the world famous TV show has admitted after finishing seven years of the show that it was very good for him but he was and still isn't a trekkie. The actor who has starred in Hollywood movies such as Con Air, Under Siege and Into The West with fellow Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, is currently back home in Ireland filming a new movie.
Speaking exclusively to ShowBizIreland.com last night Meaney sad the film was being directed by the Serbian Gorin Paskaljovic and was called How Harry became a Tree.
"It's a great story and he's a great director to work with. Adrian Dunbar is acting with me on this film and we are already five weeks into filming. We have four more weeks then it's back to LA where I live now for Christmas. Then on working on a TV show called Random Passage. I've just finished filming in Canada so Ireland is nice to come back to."
Meaney was speaking at the launch of Astride the Moon , A Theatrical life which was written by the actor, director and producer Anthony Dowling whose daughter Barbara was formally married to the actor.