Hello! Welcome to I Heart Saoirse, the longest running fansite for actress Saoirse Ronan. She became internationally known for her work in the movie "Atonement", for which she received her first Academy Award nomination, and went on to star in many acclaimed productions such as "The Grand Budapest Hotel", "Brooklyn" and "Lady Bird". We are not in contact with Saoirse or her management team, this entire website was built by fans for the fans, and our intent is to provide the latest news, information, photos and videos of Saoirse's career. Thank you for your visit, we hope you come back soon!
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by Gabby on Apr 27,2018 • 0 Comments

Saoirse was photographed while leaving a hotel in New York City a couple of days ago. Our gallery has been updated with the images.

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by Gabby on Apr 27,2018 • 0 Comments

Hey guys! We went through a hard time keeping the site up-to-date, but we’re slowly getting back on track. I’ll be figuring the forum situation out soon, too. Please bear with me!

Our gallery has been updated with images of Saoirse at the premiere of The Seagull at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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by Gabby on Mar 04,2018 • 2 Comments

Saoirse attended the Film Independent Spirit Awards earlier tonight! Greta Gerwig won Best Screenplay for Lady Bird, which, as we know, is so well deserved. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event!

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by Gabby on Feb 18,2018 • 1 Comment

A few hours ago, Saoirse attended the EE British Academy Film Awards, where she was nominated as Best Actress for her work in Lady Bird. She was looking stunning in a black Chanel pre-fall 2018 dress which had a 1920s style panel of fringing.

The first batch of images has been added but you can come back later for more.

by Gabby on Jan 31,2018 • 0 Comments

A new interview with Saoirse and her Lady Bird co-star, fellow Academy Award nominee, Timothée Chalamet has been released by The New York Times! They talked about coming of age movies, acting abilities, awards season and more. We’ve updated our photo gallery with the images that were released with the article, and you can read it below.

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“Want to know what I call him?” Saoirse Ronan asked, pointing at Timothée Chalamet, who had just joined us at the table and was shrugging off his coat. “Pony,” the actress said, “Because he’ll come up to Greta and me and nuzzle us.”

“Greta” is the screenwriter and director Greta Gerwig, making it a high-class stable: All three are nominated for an Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards. And as if on cue, Mr. Chalamet lowered his head like a baby foal and nestled it gently beneath Ms. Ronan’s jaw. “It’s quite disarming,” she said with a laugh. “My Pretty Pony!”

Born to Irish parents in the Bronx but raised in Ireland, Ms. Ronan, 23, began acting professionally at 7. Her breakthrough came in the film adaptation of Ian McEwan’s novel “Atonement” when she was 13. Critics were awed by her performance, and she was nominated for an Academy Award for best supporting actress, making her one of the youngest nominees in history. In 2015, her portrayal of a homesick Irish girl in the period drama “Brooklyn” won her a second nomination, this time in the best actress category. She made her Broadway debut the following year in Ivo van Hove’s production of “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller.

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