Loves of my life: Hayley Jo Murphy, actress
The actress on her family's love for the Dubs and her penchant for a well-made cup of tea.
My little sister, Olivia. Nothing compares to the love between two sisters. She's my little person
I was lucky enough to be on Hill 16 when the Dubs won the All-Ireland Final in 2011 - their first time winning since 1995! I come from a family of hardcore Dublin fans. The atmosphere was electric - I'll never forget it
The moment of the day
The best moment of my day is when I wake up before my alarm goes off. It is the greatest feeling. Those extra few minutes of sleep are the best
One of my favourites at the moment is Photograph by Ed Sheeran. It's one of those songs that, when you listen to it, you can't help but smile to yourself. Even when you're on your own on public transport. Me . . . all the time!
Edward Scissorhands. It breaks my heart every Christmas. And The Breakfast Club
My hat. I love hats.
My nana and granddad. They're what I call true heroes
Wicked by Gregory Maguire. My favourite musical came from this
I have a skirt that I call my 'Carrie Bradshaw' skirt. It's a romantic, pink, 50s-style skirt that I got in a vintage store in Dublin. That, and a pair of killer heels
The pet hate
My oldest friend, Megan. We are friends since we were babies
The beauty product
A good mascara and my brow gel
Staying in a mobile home in Fethard-on-Sea in Co Wexford. We went nearly every summer when I was little
The piece of advice
Laugh as much as you can. It's the best thing for the soul
I really like a well-made cup of tea
The g hotel in Galway
Neary's, Chatham St
I like playing guitar. But only for myself, as I'm not very good!
The part of my body
My smile - I wore braces for what felt like forever. I got them off at 16 and haven't stopped smiling since. It was all worth it in the end
Domhnall Gleeson. He's a fantastic actor. He also seems like a really cool guy
Butlers hot chocolate at Christmas
Hayley Jo Murphy stars in 'Little Red Riding Hood And The Big Bad Wolf' the pantomime at the Gaiety Theatre, which runs from today until January 10, 2016. Tickets from €19.50 (including booking fee), see gaietytheatre.ie or ticketmaster.ie
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