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  • Place of birth : Dublin
  • Date of birth : 27/12/1977




  • Keenan Sinead


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Sinead Keenan (1977)

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Sinead Keenan is an Irish actress with a vast variety of television, film and stage credits. Keenan is best known to Irish viewers for playing Farrah Phelan in Fair City and is best known to UK viewers for playing the role of werewolf Nina Pickering on BBC Three's supernatural drama Being Human, which began airing in 2009. Keenan has been a regular cast member since Series 3 began airing in 2011. In November 2011, Keenan's on-screen partner, Russell Tovey announced he would be leaving Being Human to work full-time on his BBC Three sitcom, Him & Her.. It currently remains unknown what this development means for Keenan's character.


Keenan is the eldest of three children. Her younger brother and sister, Rory and Grainne, are also actors. She grew up in Dublin, Ireland. She attended University College Dublin and has a degree in Sociology and History. As a child, Keenan says she wanted to be a lawyer because she loved the US legal drama, Matlock, but as she got older she realised that she actually just wanted to play the part of the lawyer, not be one.

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