Madeline Mulqueen puts LA dreams on hold to focus on her modelling
Published 01/05/2014 | 08:05
She spent last summer soaking up the rays and supporting her film star boyfriend in LA.
But Madeline Mulqueen (23) has no plans to leave Irish shores behind just yet as she looks to get her modelling career off the ground.
The fiancee of Wicklow actor Jack Reynor recently signed to Dublin agency Distinct Model Management.
She also has her eye on several TV projects, recently filming a TV show pilot called Bounce for RTE and also completing a fitness instructor course.
Reynor recently wrapped filming on the screen adaptation of Macbeth, alongside Kerry hunk Michael Fassbender in Scotland, and is a frequent visitor the States as he publicise this summer's blockbuster Transformer's 4: Age of Extinction.
After returning home from LA where she rubbed shoulders with A-listers like Mark Wahlberg and enjoyed boxing sessions with her fiance, Mulqueen said she would love to spend more time in the US and possibly pick up her own work projects over there. However, the model, who turned up without Jack at last week's VIP Style Awards, said these plans are now on hold.
Mulqueen is putting her LA dreams on hold
"I would love to go back to the States, but there is nothing set up," she said. "I will travel whenever I need to but I am happy enough with how things are going here now. There are lots of exciting things coming up."
The star's engagement to Reynor was confirmed last month, but she has remained tight-lipped ever since about the couple's wedding plans.
The petite brunette -- who stars in of the Rubberbandits -- Horse Outside video -- parted ways with long-term agency Morgan before Christmas.
Madeline Mulqueen and Actor Jack Reynor at the Jameson Cult Film Club screening of Predator at The Mansion House Dublin. Picture:Brian McEvoy
She was snapped up by Dublin based agency Distinct -- who represent beauties looking to make their mark on the international market -- earlier this year.
"Madeline has done some magazine work with her new agency and plenty of photo-shoots, but it is still early days," an insider told the Herald.