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Cillian Murphy reveals decision that changed his life ‘for the better’

Cillian Murphy has revealed the decision that changed his life “for the better.”

The Oppenheimer star who is notoriously private shies away from the public eye at every given opportunity.

The 47-year-old even once famously refused former England footballer Gary Neville a photo together.

In an interview with GQ, the father-of-two admitted that his no-selfie policy has made a huge difference in his life.

Cillian said: “Once I started doing that, it changed my life. I just think it’s better to say hello and have a little conversation.”

The actor is one of Ireland’s most famous actors at the moment but he said his level of fame fluctuates depending on what he is working on at that time.

He said: “To me, it always seems to go in waves. When Peaky was at its kind of apex, you’d feel a different energy around, walking around, a little bit like I do now—but then it settles down again.”

“You’d be surprised. Peaky is still the thing I get asked most about in the world.”

Cillian Murphy recently received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his performance in Oppenheimer.

Cillian in Oppenheimer

The Irish actor has won critical acclaim for his role as Robert J. Oppenheimer in Christopher Nolan’s biopic about the nuclear physicist.

The Cork native is now being tipped to make history as the first Irish-born actor to ever claim the award.

After his Best Actor win at the Golden Globe Awards on January 8th, Cillian is seen as the favourite to bag the award on March 10th.

The 47-year-old was previously nominated for the same award in 2006 for his role as Patrick in Breakfast on Pluto but lost out to Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Cillian will go up against Bradley Cooper, Colman Domingo, Paul Giamatti and Jeffrey Wright, who are also nominated in the same category.

The others have been nominated for their respective roles in Maestro, Rustin, The Holdovers and American Fiction.


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