Saoirse Ronan

actress

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Irish-American actress and two-time Academy Award nominee

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The usual version of what happened between Queen Elizabeth I of England and her cousin Queen Mary of Scotland goes something like this: England is Protestant under Elizabeth’s rule,…

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Saoirse Ronan: Brooklyn

Elvis Mitchell in conversation with Brooklyn star Saoirse Ronan, recorded live at the Landmark Theater.

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