Lasting Legends: St. Patrick's Day
To commend St Patrick's Day, here at Quarter & Last we have put together a list of our favourite gents that hail from the Emerald Isle.
Though times are currently tough across the globe, we hope that our Irish friends, families, and customers get the chance to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, whether that be today or at a later date.
If you're currently indoors, pop on your favourite Irish movie or binge watch an Irish series, put your feet up and enjoy a pint of Guinness if you can - we all need a little self-care at the moment.
Without further ado we give you our top gents from the land of leprechauns and pots of gold.
Pierce Brosnan - Looking more dashing with age
Image: Doug Peters
Andrew Scott - Fleabag's favourite Priest
Image: Matt Crossick
Cillian Murphy - By order of the Peaky Blinders
Image: Lindsey Parnaby
C.S Lewis - Best known for writing The Chronicles of Narnia
Chris O'Dowd - Funny man
Bono - Probably has the best sunglasses collection
Image: Simon Wilkinson
Jamie Dornan - Always looks good in grey
Image: Sharon Latham
Colin Farrell - Man of many hair cuts
Image: Myung Jung Kim
Liam Neeson - He'll find you and kill you
Image: Ben Curtis
Conor McGregor - The Notorious MMA
Image: Image Press Agency
Bob Geldof - Band Aid founder and Boomtown Rats front man
Daniel Day-Lewis - In the Name of his father (not literally)
Image: Joel Ryan
Graham Norton - The chatty man... oh wait wrong one!
Image: SOPA Images
Sir Michael Gambon - Snape, Snape, Severus Snape... Dumbledore
Image: Ian West
Oscar Wilde - A man of many wise words
Aiden Turner - Known for his long hair and playing Poldark
Image: Doug Peters
Peter OToole - What's new pussycat?
Who is your favourite Irish man? Is it because of their dapper looks, musical talents, or acting abilities? Let us know in the comments section!
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