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Jonathan Rhys Meyers @ Irish Film and Television Awards 2008

Jonathan Rhys Meyers @ Irish Film and Television Awards 2008

Jonathan Rhys Meyers strikes his signature “bulgy-eyes pose” at the 2008 Irish Film and Television Awards held at the Gaiety Theater in Dublin, Ireland on Sunday.

The Showtime series, The Tudors, which was named Best Drama Series/Soap, swept up most of the trophies for the night.

Jonathan Rhys, 30, picked up Best Actor in a Lead Role on a Television Series for his critically-acclaimed acting as King Henry VIII. The Tudors costars Maria Doyle Kennedy and Nick Dunning also won the Best Supporting Actress and Actor in Television awards respectively. In the technical categories, The Tudors won the Best Costume (Joan Bergin), Best Hair & Make-Up (Jennifer Hegarty, Dee Corcoran) and Best Production Design (Tom Conroy) awards.

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