Caroline Morahan and Glenn Keogh to make Once Upon A Time debut
Published 13/11/2015 | 15:31
Irish actors Caroline Morahan and Glenn Keogh are set to make their debut in new series Once Upon A Time.
The ninth episode airs on ABC in the US on Sunday with Caroline and Glenn appearing as Queen Elinor and King Fergus.
Both are based on characters from Dinsey's runaway success story Brave. Caroline will play the character Merida's mother in a two-hour special.
The characters of King Fergus and Queen Elinor were originally voiced by Billy Connolly and Emma Thompson in the animated version of Brave.
Keogh has previously had roles in Transformers: Age of Extinction and played Irish gangsters in a variety of projects in LA.
Irish viewers can catch their stint in 'The Bear King' episode from next Wednesday November 18 on Netflix Ireland.
The series is set in the fictional seaside town of Storybrooke, Maine, where residents are characters from various fairy tales who have been banished to the real world with no memory of their former lives or who they really are.
Caroline and Glenn will join fellow Irish stars Colin O'Donoghue and Victoria Smurfit in the series.
Smurfit, who played Cruella de Vil on the ABC drama’s fourth season, is set to reprise her role as the animal-controlling witch.
All seasons of Once Upon A Time, which was created by Lost and Tron: Legacy writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, are available to stream on Netflix.