Maria Doyle Kennedy Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Maria Doyle Kennedy is a 57-years-old Irish Actor from the Ireland. her estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read her life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

Maria Doyle Kennedy Biography – Wiki

According to the wiki and biography of Maria Doyle Kennedy was born on 25 September 1964 in Ireland. let’s check out the Maria Doyle’s personal and public life facts, Wikipedia, bio, spouse, net worth, and career details.

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2017

Doyle Kennedy is currently working with her husband to create a follow-up album to Sing. In 2015, she wrote a song entitled “Pride” as a response to the Irish Marriage Referendum of 2015. She also composed a song about the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner in response to international media coverage of the Ferguson unrest and other police-related violence in the United States. Both songs are confirmed to be appearing on the record. “Pride,” the first single from her self-titled ninth studio album, was released on 10 June 2017, with the album itself being released on 25 September.

In 2017, Doyle Kennedy was cast as Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron in the fourth season of the Starz TV series Outlander and as George Cusack in the second season of the RTÉ One drama series Striking Out, where she appears as a series regular.

2016

On 12 April 2016, Doyle Kennedy was announced as having been cast as Roisin Kelly in the 2017 six-part miniseries Redwater.

2014

She reprised her leading role as Mairéad Mhic Iarnáin for the second series of Corp & Anam in 2014. She also appeared as Jupiter’s mother Aleksa in The Wachowskis’ 2015 film Jupiter Ascending. In 2016, Doyle Kennedy starred as Penny in the film Sing Street, which made its debut at South by Southwest. She appeared in the 2016 sequel to the supernatural horror film The Conjuring, entitled The Conjuring 2.

2012

In 2012, Doyle Kennedy played a leading role in the ITV miniseries Titanic and also appeared beside fellow Irish actress Saoirse Ronan in Neil Jordan’s horror fantasy film Byzantium, which premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. She began co-starring in the Canadian TV series Orphan Black as Siobhán Sadler in 2013. Doyle Kennedy officially decided on joining the series when Graeme Manson mentioned that Patti Smith was the inspiration for Siobhán’s character.

2007

Doyle Kennedy then released the alternative folk album Mütter in 2007 along with accompanying singles “Fuckability” and “Forty Days”. After the release of “Fuckability”, Hot Press praised the single and stated that Doyle Kennedy “is one of the finest voices this country has ever produced.” She was subsequently nominated in the Best Irish Female category at the 2008 Meteor Awards. An accompanying DVD album for this record was also released in the same year. Entitled The Band of Maria’s, it included exclusive live material from some of Doyle Kennedy’s promotional tour venues. In 2011, Doyle Kennedy and her husband Kieran released a collaboration album entitled The Storms Are on the Ocean. The album features a collection of Appalachian folk and country songs. In the same year, Doyle Kennedy released La Sirena 1992-1997, a collection of rock-oriented tracks that had been recorded prior to her solo career. Her sixth album project, the folk-infused Sing, was released in September 2012 with Warner Music Group holding distribution rights to the album within the UK. In 2014 and 2015, Doyle Kennedy released two more albums: Maria Live, an album of songs performed live at Vicar Street and Pepper Canister Church, with her husband Kieran providing the instrumentation and production; and Mütter’s Daughter, an album containing unreleased and re-released tracks from the album Mütter.

In 2007 and 2008, she received widespread recognition for her role as Katherine of Aragon on the British historical fiction television series The Tudors. In 2010, Doyle Kennedy portrayed Sonya, a nanny to Dexter Morgan’s son Harrison in the fifth season of Showtime’s Dexter. She also appeared on Irish screens early in 2011 on TG4’s Corp & Anam in her first Irish-language acting role. Also in 2011, she joined the cast of ITV’s period drama Downton Abbey, appearing as Vera Bates, estranged wife of the Earl of Grantham’s valet.{cn}} In the same year, she also played a small role as a maid in the film Albert Nobbs, alongside American actress Glenn Close.

2001

After releasing music with The Black Velvet Band, Doyle Kennedy left the group to pursue a solo career in music. In 2001, Doyle Kennedy released music on Mermaid Records, a label she founded herself in 2000. Her debut solo album Charm was released in 2001, following the release of the two lead singles, “Stars Above” and “Babes”. She coordinated Sirens, which is a compilation album of female artists and was released in 2003. In the same year, she performed on the first series of Other Voices. She released the album Skullcover for a limited time between 2004 and 2005. The album contained her covers of songs such as “Lovesong”, “Video Killed the Radio Star”, and “Still in Love with You”.

1998

She continued to expand her acting platform with roles in John Boorman’s 1998 film, The General, Alan Bleasdale’s 1999 miniseries Oliver Twist, and the 1999 British television series Queer as Folk. In 2006, she received small-screen success in the TV series Hide & Seek.

1994

The Lady Sings The Blues, a compilation album featuring Doyle Kennedy alongside Aretha Franklin, Billie Holiday, and Annie Lennox followed, and proved to be a best-selling album in 1994. It also established Doyle Kennedy in new markets throughout Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Touring Europe for the first time, she got rave reviews from The Guardian and The Times. She produced a documentary, Golden Boy, based on the life and work of Irish artist Patrick Scott, for which she specifically created the production company Mermaid Films. She has appeared as a broadcaster on Irish television, filling in for John Kelly on his Mystery Train show and for Tom Dunne on Pet Sounds. Doyle Kennedy also hosted an RTÉ musical series Borderline in the late 1980s.

1991

Doyle Kennedy’s first experience with acting came in 1991 when she played Natalie Murphy in The Commitments. Director Alan Parker recruited her, and other established singers, for the movie. An image of Doyle Kennedy in character as Natalie Murphy in the film The Commitments was featured on an Irish postage stamp as part of the Ireland 1996: Irish Cinema Centenary series issued by An Post. The image also includes her The Commitments co-stars Angeline Ball as Imelda Quirke, Bronagh Gallagher as Bernie McGloughlin, and Andrew Strong as Deco Cuffe.

1988

She first met musician Kieran Kennedy at a gig she was performing, and he subsequently invited her to sing on one of his demos. This event turned into a first date for the couple, and they married soon after in 1988. The couple has four sons, including one of Doyle Kennedy’s sons from a previous relationship; they are Lewis, Jesse James, Daniel, and Salvador, who range in age from 11 to 33, as of 2018.

1987

Doyle Kennedy joined a band while still in college, performing with Hothouse Flowers during the band’s early years in the mid-’80s. She appeared on their 1987 single “Love Don’t Work This Way”. She left the band shortly after to join The Black Velvet Band with her future husband, Kieran Kennedy. They formed originally to enter a Slogadh competition, that they eventually won, but music quickly became a motivating force in her life. The band released their first album, When Justice Came, in 1989. Recorded in Los Angeles in 1989, it reached number four on the Irish charts, and is ranked among the best Irish albums of the late 1980s. She then united with producers Clive Langer and Allen Winstanley to record her second Black Velvet Band album, King of Myself, in 1992.

1964

Maria Doyle Kennedy (born 25 September 1964) is an Irish singer, songwriter, and actress. With a singing and acting career that has spanned nearly 30 years, she has established herself as one of Ireland’s most prolific artists and entertainers. As an actress, she is best known for her extensive television roles as Patsy on Father Ted (1998), Catherine of Aragon on The Tudors (2007–2010), Vera Bates on Downton Abbey (2011), Siobhán Sadler on Orphan Black (2013–2017), and Jocasta Cameron on Outlander (2018—present).

BirthName, Nickname, and Profession

So first, let’s take a look at some personal details of Maria Doyle, like name, nickname, and profession.

Real Name Maria Doyle Kennedy
Nickname Maria Doyle
Profession Actor


Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace


Age (2021) 57 Years
Birthplace Dublin
Date Of Birth 25 September 1964
Sunsign Libra
Hometown Dublin
Food Habits Not Available
Nationality Irish


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Height, Weight, And Body Measurements


Height 1.67 m
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In Feet: not available
Weight Not Available
In Pound: not available


Maria Doyle Kennedy Personal Life, Spouse, Husband


Parent Not Available
Father Not Available
Mother Not Available
Brother Not Available
Sister Not Available
Marital Status Married
Husband Kieran Kennedy
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Children 4


Maria Doyle Kennedy Net Worth


The Maria Doyle Kennedy Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


Monthly Income/Salary (approx.) $80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.) $4 million- $6 million USD


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