Welcome to Saoirse Ronan Web. This is your best source dedicated to the talented Irish actress Saoirse Ronan. You may know her from her Oscar nominated role in "Atonement", "Hanna" or "The Lovely Bones" and more recently in "The Host", "How I Live Now" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel". We aim to provide you with the most comprehensive content on Saoirse and give you the latest news. Here you can find and learn (hopefully) everything on her including the latest news and high quality photos, in depth information, media streaming, fan features and more.


» The Delicate Attitude of an Irish Fox
“Saoirse (sear-shuh) ronan has a knack for saying the right thing. But that’s what these eager, fame-hardened beauties do; that’s Hollywood’s mega-machine—not a lot of room, or, in her defense, time, for candidness.”

» Long walk of fame
“SHE is, depending on where you look, the new Emma Watson, the new Kristen Stewart or even the new Keira Knightley. And yet, what sets 16-year-old Saoirse Ronan indelibly apart from her branded big-screen peers is that she can really, and properly, act.”

» Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan Interview
“Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan are two of the leading lights of the Irish acting scene with starring roles in numerous Hollywood blockbusters and British award winners between them. Recently in London to talk about the arduous task of filming The Way Back, which tells the story of several escapees from a Russian Gulag in 1940, they spoke about the challenges of working on such a film.”


» Ugly truth of ‘Lovely Bones': Tough to film for Tucci, Ronan
“Some characters, Stanley Tucci will tell you, you take home as an actor. Others you can leave on the set. Then there’s George Harvey, the child rapist and murderer at the center of The Lovely Bones, which opens Friday.”

» A teenager happy to act up
“SAOIRSE RONAN can’t remember the first time she met Brad Pitt. Or the second, or third. That would be because actress Ronan was an infant at the time. Her actor father, Paul Ronan, was working on The Devil’s Own, which starred Pitt and Harrison Ford. Daddy Ronan often brought his baby daughter on the set with him, and she was cooed over by all the cast, including Pitt.”

» Rising star Saoirse Ronan dishes on upcoming ‘The Lovely Bones’
“The Daily got the opportunity to conduct a phone interview with the young actress Saoirse Ronan to discuss her role in director Peter Jackson’s adaptation of the Alice Sebold novel “The Lovely Bones.” Ronan described the process she went through to prepare to portray her character, Susie Salmon, a 14-year old girl who is raped and murdered by her neighbor, and discussed her ascent into the public eye since her Academy Award-nominated role in “Atonement” (2007).”

» Saoirse Ronan Is Heavenly in The Lovely Bones
“To play Susie Salmon, the murdered teenage narrator of the 1970s-set drama The Lovely Bones, based on Alice Sebold’s 2002 best seller, Irish actress Saoirse (pronounced SEER-shuh) Ronan donned corduroy bell-bottoms, mastered a mid-Atlantic accent, and spent a lot of time listening to David Cassidy and Brian Eno. “The fashion wasn’t that great,” the fifteen-year-old admits, “but I really liked the period. Everything was really groovy, and people had a good outlook on life.””

» 7 November 2009 : Oscar buzz over Irish teenager Saoirse
“Irish actress Saoirse Ronan has been tipped for her second Oscar nomination by the US’s fiercest film critics. The 15-year-old Co Carlow girl, who stars in The Lovely Bones, has impressed Hollywood with her performance. The LA Times reported that Saoirse was “simply captivating” in the film and she totally eclipsed her co-stars Mark Wahlberg, Susan Sarandon and Rachel Weisz.”


» 21 May 2008 : Saoirse a happy lassie after Sassie find
“YOU can give a 14-year-old an Oscar nomination and oodles of fame, but all she really wants is her beloved dog. Sassie is Saoirse Ronan’s pride and joy, so when the border collie went missing before Christmas, the child actor was distraught to say the least.”

» 02 February 2008 : Saoirse Ronan: On set with Brad, Keira and Michelle
“First things first: it is pronounced “sur-shuh”, and means “freedom”. Soon, though, Saoirse Ronan’s name will be tripping off our tongues as lightly as Keanu, Keira or Cillian. The 13-year-old schoolgirl from Ardattan, County Carlow, is a regular fixture of this year’s acting shortlists for the Baftas, the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the London Film Critics, to name but the major ones.”

» 17 January 2008 : Web exclusive Q&A with Saoirse Ronan
“The young Carlow-based actress Saoirse Ronan is on the brink of Hollywood stardom, thanks to her Golden Globe-nominated performance in Atonement and her upcoming starring role in the next Peter Jackson movie, The Lovely Bones. In her first ever in-depth interview, she spoke exclusively to Hot Press about her sudden rise to fame.”

» 14 January 2008 : Young ‘Atonement’ star Ronan is golden without Globes
“A few hours before she would have been getting her follicles and face done for the Golden Globes, Atonement’s Saoirse Ronan was getting pampering of a different sort. While sitting outdoors in the Los Angeles sunshine, Ronan’s mother dabbed Nivea sunblock on her daughter’s fair-skinned hands.”


» November 2007 : The New Lit Girl
“Books written from a child’s point of view are notoriously difficult to translate to film. Adult authors may be able to capture in words how the world looks to a child, but ironically, it’s the rare child actor who is able to convey that naïveté, uncertainty and wonder on cue.”