Seit verkörpert er die Rolle des Sehers in der kanadisch-irischen Fernsehserie Vikings. Über John Kavanagh ist wenig bekannt, obwohl er im Laufe seiner. John Kavanagh is one of Ireland's underrated character actors. Little detail is given on him, yet he has appeared in many well-known films and. Mit ihren Rollen in “Vikings” starteten Schauspieler wie Travis Fimmel, wird Obwohl John Kavanagh bereits in mehr als 20 Filmen unter.
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Mit seinem perfekten Body und Rhythmusgefhl berzeugt John Kavanagh Vikings Tatum auch in dieser Rolle. - DarstellerHigh Chaparral Deutsch John Kavanagh ist wenig bekannt, obwohl er im Laufe seiner Karriere in mehr als 20 Filmen mitgewirkt hat.
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After this fantastic success, Kavanagh acted in Some Mother's Son , a prison film which was written by Jim Sheridan , and reunited with Brenda Fricker in Pete's Meteor He continued to act in other films throughout the nineties and, as the new millennium dawned, Kavanagh continued on to new projects.
After a number of smaller films, Kavanagh acted in another historical epic, the mighty Oliver Stone film, Alexander , starring Colin Farrell , Val Kilmer and Anthony Hopkins.
Kavanagh played the role of "Parmenion", the old general who questions Alexander's actions. After a plot to kill the young leader is foiled, Parmenion is accused of being the mastermind behind it and is murdered.
While the film was a triumph overseas, its domestic budget was a fraction of the budget, and it received negative reviews for a number of different reasons.
After this, Kavanagh acted in Brian De Palma 's murder film, The Black Dahlia , which failed at the box office. Kavanagh has rebounded with the successful television series, The Tudors Starring fellow Alexander cast member Jonathan Rhys Meyers , the series plays out the story of England's turmoil in the time of Henry the Eighth and his life as he breaks from the Catholic Church.
All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Bjorn is forced to retreat. Bjorn's army is surrounded by Olaf's.
Kjetill confesses to Bjorn that he murdered Eyvind and his family but had nothing to do with Floki's disappearance, but Bjorn is unconvinced.
In Kyiv, Ivar secretly undermines Oleg: he reminds Igor that everything in Rus' is his, and promises Dir that he will help him escape in return for his support against Oleg.
Oleg informs Ivar that he is gathering an army to invade Scandinavia, and Ivar accuses him of using him as a puppet king.
White Hair's band attacks Lagertha's village; the farmers fight off the bandits, but many are killed, including Hali.
In Kattegat, Gunnhild has a vision of the attack and leaves the city to return to Lagertha. Ubbe names Hvitserk as leader of a trading party to the Silk Road, but Hvitserk misses the boat, causing Ubbe to disown him.
Olaf summons Bjorn and Harald and informs them he wants to gather the kings and earls of Norway to vote for a single king to rule; Olaf intends this to be Bjorn.
Jarl Thorkell arrives in Vestfold and is welcomed by Olaf. Gunnhild finds Lagertha and learns of Hali's death; she decides to stay and defend the village with her shield-maidens.
Hvitserk has another vision of Thora; he swears on his arm ring that he will avenge her death by killing Ivar. Thorkell proposes that any of the leaders be allowed to contest the election; everyone agrees.
Bjorn is introduced to Jarl Hrolf and King Hakon. Ivar and Igor free Dir; they are then introduced to Oleg's intended, Princess Katia. Ivar is shocked at her resemblance to Freydis.
Hvitserk gives up his arm ring to pay for hallucinogenic mushrooms and beer; while high, he has a cryptic vision of the seer.
King Olaf presents Thorkell, Hakon, Bjorn, and Harald as the four election candidates; he then publicly votes for Bjorn. Torvi tells Ingrid that there is no point in waiting for Bjorn's return.
Harald votes for Bjorn. An envoy from the trading party to the Silk Road returns and informs Ubbe that Ivar is in Kyiv. Ubbe asks Amma to tell Hvitserk, who has a monstrous vision of Ivar.
White Hair and his bandits attack the village again. The villagers win after a hard battle, which culminates with Lagertha killing White Hair in single combat.
Seriously wounded, Lagertha rides back to Kattegat to meet Bjorn. In Kyiv, Oleg and Katia are married; later, they torment Ivar by having sex in front of him.
In Vestfold, Harald wins the election and is crowned King of All Norway; Harald and Kjetill campaigned for Harald's victory with promises to the various kings and earls, Kjetill being promised kingship of Iceland.
Kjetill realizes Harald, distrustful, will have Bjorn killed, so he tells Bjorn. Bjorn and Kjetill are cornered by Harald's men but are saved by the outlaw Erik, who takes them to his ship.
Lagertha arrives in Kattegat; while dragging herself toward the great hall, she has a vision of the Seer. Hvitserk, in a state of delirium, hallucinates Ivar as a serpent and attacks it.
As he comes to his senses, he realizes he has actually stabbed Lagertha to death. In Kattegat, Lagertha's body is found and Hvitserk is missing.
Worried about her children, Torvi travels to Lagertha's farmstead and Asa tells her of Hali's death. In Vestfold, King Hakon pledges allegiance to Harald; when Olaf refuses to do the same, Harald has him imprisoned.
Amma locates Hvitserk in the forest and brings him back to Kattegat; Ubbe asks him if he knew of Lagertha's death, but Hvitserk refuses to answer.
In Kyiv, Ivar is told by a messenger that Dir is in hiding and will help Ivar overthrow Oleg when the time comes. Torvi and Gunnhild arrange Lagertha's funeral; a girl named Gyda is sacrificed to follow her to Valhalla.
At the pyre, Ubbe, Gunnhild, and Torvi say goodbye; Bjorn returns, says goodbye to his mother, and swears to seek vengeance for her murder.
Katheryn Winnick. Bjorn puts Hvitserk on trial for the murder of Lagertha; Hvitserk confesses and Bjorn sentences him to be burned alive.
Ubbe attempts to convince Hvitserk to ask for mercy, but Hvitserk believes he was guided by the gods to avenge Aslaug. When Hvitserk is about to be burned, Ubbe saves his life; then, Bjorn banishes Hvitserk.
Later, Gunnhild discovers Bjorn having sex with Ingrid; she suggests that Bjorn take Ingrid as a second wife. Ubbe, Torvi, and Asa travel to Iceland with Kjetill.
In Kyiv, Oleg sends raiding parties to Scandinavia in preparation for a larger invasion. Igor openly challenges Oleg, who threatens to have him killed if he should try again.
Igor runs away crying and is comforted by Ivar. Olaf warns Harald that an invasion is coming. In Iceland, Ubbe is introduced to Othere, a wanderer who glimpsed the coasts of a golden land to the west.
Torvi has her baby and she and Ubbe call him Ragnar. Othere is revealed to be a former Christian monk named Athelstan, who has adopted the identity of a dying wanderer.
Ubbe wants to sacrifice Othere to the gods, but he is reminded by Torvi that he himself was once baptized.
Othere gives Ubbe Floki's wedding ring, saying that he met him before he disappeared; Ubbe is skeptical. In Kattegat, Bjorn takes Ingrid as his second wife, with Gunnhild's blessing.
He asks Erik to patrol his borders; Erik's party is attacked by Ganbaatar and his Rus' soldiers. After Olaf's plea, Harald listens to Erik and agrees to join with Bjorn.
Hvitserk is found by the Rus' and Ivar takes him to Kyiv; Hvitserk tells Ivar he killed Lagertha, and is received by Oleg and Katia.
An informer tells Ivar that Dir expects him to help overthrow Oleg after the invasion. Oleg parades his army outside the city walls, declaring this to be the end of paganism.
In Vestfold, Bjorn and Harald prepare for the incoming Rus' attack by fortifying Tamdrump's fjord, the river to the north, and the beach in between; during the preparations, Gunnhild loses her unborn child.
Frustrated with Bjorn having taken a second wife, Harald rapes Ingrid. Of the many kings and earls of Norway, only Thorkell and his men have joined Harald's army.
In Kyiv, Katia offers herself to Ivar, but he refuses; she later tells him that she is not satisfied with her marriage to Oleg.
Ivar helps Oleg plan the invasion and suggests the Rus' attack both the beach and the river, despite the mountain between the river and the capital.
The majority of the Rus' fleet attacks the beach and Harald, Bjorn and Erik lead the defense. Ivar, Hvitserk, Oleg, and their men manage to breach the block at the river mouth, defended by Gunnhild.
The Rus' climb the mountain and surround the Viking army at the beach. Thorkell is killed and Harald is seriously wounded; when Erik tries to help him, Harald orders him to retreat.
Bjorn continues to fight as his army is overwhelmed; suddenly, Ivar appears and stabs Bjorn with a sword. The Rus' celebrate the victory. Part 2.
January 1, Can. After the defeat of Harald's and Bjorn's forces, the Rus have occupied Tamdrup and prepares to attack Kattegat.