About this actor
Kieran O'Brien (born 1973 in Rochdale, Lancashire) is an English actor. O'Brien, who grew up in nearby Royton, began acting at a young age and was the star of a BBC TV series Gruey by the time he was 15. He also featured in several other series at the time in one-off or recurring roles. In 1993 he played the role of Craig Lee in two separate TV shows, Coronation Street and Children's Ward. In 1993 he also became a regular in the detective series, Cracker. In 1999, O'Brien appeared in his first feature film, Virtual Sexuality. He is featured in the 2002 24 Hour Party People. In 2001 he played the role of Private Allen Vest in HBO's acclaimed series Band of Brothers where he played a prominent part in the episode 'The Last Patrol'. In 2003 he appeared in The Cooper Temple Clause music video "Promises, Promises" and can be seen saying he got 'laid' in the Millennium Dome in the making of the video. In 2004, O'Brien appeared in the controversial film 9 Songs. According to the Guardian, 9...