One thing Killian Scott is good at is keeping most of the attention on his career and staying away from scandals and controversies as much as possible. He has played remarkable roles in more than ten TV series and eight films to much acclaim but the ones that stand out from the rest are his roles in Love/Hate (2010-2014), ’71 (2014), Calvary (2014), as well as Damnation (2017).
Of Irish origin, Killian Scott grew up to the fact that he shared a name with a popular Irish actor, prompting the subsequent adoption of his current moniker. Discover his birth name and more facts about the Irish actor below.
Killian Scott – Biography
Although his birth took place on July 6th, 1985, in Kilmallock, Limerick, Ireland, Killian Scot moved with his family to Sandymount, Dublin when he was still very young. Thus, his childhood memories and early education can be traced to Dublin where he was raised alongside his older siblings – Eoghan Murphy, a renowned politician with the Irish Fine Gael political party and Colin Murphy, a successful playwright. The names of his parents are yet to be shared by the actor.
Killian was named Cillian Murphy after his parents welcomed him into the family but when he was ready to take the spotlight, he changed his name to Killian Scott. This comes in a bid to set himself aside from the established Irish actor who bears the same name (Cillian Murphy – b. May 25, 1976, in Douglas, Cork, Ireland).
Having completed his early education in institutions that have not been made public, Killian furthered at the University College Dublin where he studied and got his degree in English and Philosophy. Certain about what career path he wants to follow, he continued his studies at the Drama Centre in London.
He debuted in 2007 in Creatures of Knowledge, playing Matt. His next acting project was in Christian Blake where he played Guard 2. In 2009, he appeared as Luke in The Rise of the Bricks and also contributed to the writing of the film. In 2010, he made his TV debut as Tammy Daly in Love/Hate where he appeared in 24 episodes of the RTÉ One series. The same year, he played a short role in Single-Handed and the next year, he was cast in the main role in Jack Taylor where hen played Cody Farraher from 2011-2013. Another remarkable main role Killian Scott played on TV is as Seth Davenport in Damnation (2017-2018). While building a career on television, Killian kept appearing in movies including The Rafters, Good Vibrations, Black Ice – all in 2013; Calvary, ’71, Get Up and Go – 2014; Traders (2015); Trespass Against Us (2016) and The Commuter (2018).
Family – Is Killian Scott Married, Who Is His Wife?
Apparently, the Irish hunk is still riding solo as far as his love life goes. He has been gathering attention from his fans, especially the ladies who are always curious to know every detail in his love life and most of them will be delighted to learn that the Damnation star is not taken. However, before nursing the idea of a possible hook-up, just know that Killian Scott has made it clear that he has no time to spare for a relationship, yet. Clearly, his major focus at this point in his life is to build a lasting career in acting instead of investing time in nurturing a relationship.
More Facts About Killian Scott
1. He seems to be unlucky with finding that true love as revealed in an interview. He said his love life has been much of a disaster.
2. He possibly did some acting before 2007 but was first credited for his role in a feature film when he portrayed the role of Matt in Irish drama Creatures of Knowledge.
3. So far, Killian Scott has built a collection of thirteen films and eight TV shows to his credit. No doubt, he will add more credits to his name as an actor as he is still young and active.
4. When a career is successful, it is expected to yield profits and that’s exactly what Killian is doing in his career as an entertainer. However, the accurate digits in his net worth have not been verified, though several sources suggest it runs into millions.