Two –time Academy Award nominee actress Saoirse Ronan represents herself as an Irish- American actress. Born on April 12, 1994, in the Bronx, New York City, United States, Ronan has been active in the industry since 2003. She debuted in the industry from her feature film I Could Never Be Your Woman in 2007. Since then she has made appearances in numerous films and has climbed the ladder of success.

Saoirse was born in the Bronx, in New York as only one child of Monica and Paul Ronan while they were residing in New York. She was born in a family where her father and mother are an actor. Both her father and mother are Irish. Ronan’s moved to County Carlow, Ireland along with her parents when she was just three years old. Later they moved to Howth County Dublin when Ronan was a teen. Having spent several years in both countries and being a daughter of Irish parents, Ronan enjoys dual citizenship of Ireland and the United States.

Atonement "Fantastic Part [to play]

Ronan started her professional career from Irish public service broadcaster RTE’s medical drama The Clinic. Later on, she also appeared in the mini-serial Proof. At the age of twelve, she got the role of 13-year-old aspiring novelist for Joe Wright’s 2007 film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s 2001 novel Atonement. The film became box office hit with revenue of US $130 million against the total investment of US $30million and various awards. For her acting in Atonement, she also received multiple award nominations such as BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and became the ten Youngest to be nominated for the latter. She declared her role a “fantastic part [to play].” For her role, she received blather reviews for her performance and Ty Burr of The Boston described her as “remarkable and eccentric”.

Film & Television Works

After the success of Atonement, she never has to look back and made an appearance in numerous big budget films. Her other film works include: Death Defying Acts (2007) as Benji McGarvie, The Way Back (2010) as Irena Zielinska, Hanna(2011) as Hanna Heller, Byzantium (2012) as Eleanor Webb, The Host (2013) as Melanie Stryder/Wanderer “Wanda”, How I Live Now (2013) as Daisy, The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) as Agatha, Muppets Most Wanted Herself (2014) as herself, Lost Rive (2014) as Rat, Brooklyn (2015) as Eilis Lacey, The Seagull ( 2016) as Nina Zarechnaya and Loving Vincent (2016) as Margaret Gachet. She also made her appearance on some television series which includes: The Clinic (2003,2004) as Rhiannon Geraghty, Proof (2005) as Orla Boland and Robot Chicken (2014) as Various Voices. She appeared on the stage show The Crucible in 2016 in a role of Abigail Williams.

Same-Sex Marriage

In May 2015, Ronan spoke in support of same-sex marriage and involved herself in various activities organized in Ireland regarding an amendment to the Constitution of Ireland. Talking about her relationship, she has been associated with two man Max Irons and George MacKay. However, a source has stated that she is currently single. Describing her outer appearance, she stands tall with a height of 1.68m, and she has estimated net worth of $2.5million.

Body measurement: 32-23-34