Lonely, alcoholic, incontinent, arthritic, confined to a wheelchair in the Hollywood Hills and listening tearfully to tapes of his dead partner, Howar(...)

Detail from a photograph by Terry O’Neill of David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor sharing a cigarette during their first meeting in Beverly Hills in 1975

The renowned English photographer Terry O’Neill, now aged 76, was born to Irish emigrant parents in London – his father was from Cork; his mother from(...)

On September 24th, 1987, a senior bank executive paid £227,000 [€288,250] for a Victorian house called “Grenagh” on Avoca Avenue, the grandest road in(...)

Castlemartin: Sir Anthony O’Reilly described the estate as his ‘spiritual home’ where the graves of his parents and two of his grandchildren are to be found

Castlemartin, the Co Kildare home and estate of the former billionaire Sir Anthony O’Reilly, is to be so sold to John Malone, the billionaire US busin(...)

Which male actor has broken through most dramatically in 2014? You could argue for Chris Pratt, but the face of Guardians of the Galaxy has bee(...)

Castlemartin, the Co Kildare estate of former billionaire Sir Anthony O’Reilly, where he played host to world figures including Nelson Mandela and (...)

Jonathan Rhys Meyers and CEO of Barretstown Dee Ahearn at the Barretstown Gala Ball. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland.

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Gordon D’Arcy and Glen Hansard were among 950 guests at what’s been called the biggest charity event of the year, the Barretstow(...)

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Three words to describe your personal style? Contemporary but traditional and discreet. Who are your style icons? James Dean, Steve McQueen, Pa(...)

The Lost Album: Ike and Tina Turner, 1965. Photograph: Dennis Hopper, courtesy of the Hopper Art Trust

What’s striking about Dennis Hopper’s photographs of 1960s freak scenes, which have been on show over the summer at the Royal Academy of Arts, in Lond(...)

Television’s loss was the movies’ gain: James Garner with Julie Andrews in The Americanization of Emily (1964)

When the great James Garner died last weekend, more than a few obituaries unkindly noted that, though huge on television, he had never really burst th(...)