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Ronan Keating was in a Netflix movie about Nazi-occupied Germany last year which nobody seems to have addressed

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RONAN KEATING IS a man of many talents.

He can sing – on his own, or in a group.

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He can dance.

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Under duress, I might add.

He can also judge, as he does on Austrlia’s version of The X-Factor.

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You wouldn’t catch Simon Cowell being that helpful now, would you?

But did you know he can also act?

Ok, well, whether he ‘can’ or not is subjective. But he certainly does, from time to time.

Yes, clearly Ronan’s New Year’s Resolution for 2017 was to get stuck in to the world of acting, securing a part in British war drama, ‘Another Mother’s Son’.

Ronan plays Harold Le Druillenec, who helps his sister hide an escaped young Russian war prisoner.

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On nabbing the role, Ronan said in interview leading up the film’s release that it’s been a long time coming.

It’s taken a long time for me to convince producers, directors, whoever it may be to give me this chance.
I know that they find it hard [...] to see past the performer that I’ve been for the last 20 years.”

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Upon its release last March, Another Mother’s Son got 3 out of 5 stars from The Guardian, calling it “a decent, heartfelt, robustly presented drama”.

Other than that, however, reviews were middling, earning it an average of 43% out of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

If you want to make up your own mind on his performance though, you can stream it on Netflix now.

No word on any projects coming up in 2018, but considering he’s not long after becomign a dad, that’s understandable.

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