Cillian Murphy has a long list on incredible film and tv projects under his belt.
From Peaky Blinders to Inception and Dunkirk, but the star also has an avid interest in Irish history.
He will be launching a book called Family Histories Of The Irish Revolution in Galway next month.
The launch will take place in NUI Galway on February first in the auditorium of the Institute for Lifecourse and Society.
The book, by Ciara Boylan, Sarah-Anne Buckley and Pat Dolan, sheds new light on the complex politics of memory in post-independence Ireland.
They tell of the famous – Peadar O’Donnell, Tom Kettle and the Sheehy-Skeffingtons – and the forgotten, including accounts of nationalists and unionists, British army soldiers and Irish Volunteers, members of Cumann na mBan and the RIC.
Fans from Galway will be delighted to have him in the county.
Earlier this month, Murphy was in Dublin to celebrate Shane MacGowan’s birthday alongside stars including Bono and Johnny Depp.
Check out the pics here.