Finn McLeod Ireland is an actor known for his role in
The Young Messiah. He was born to Scottish actor
Paul Ireland and Australian casting director Thea McLeod. Paul is well-known for his role in Neighbours, an Australian soap opera, as Superintendent Duncan Hayes. Finn Ireland debuted in a supporting role in The Turning, which is a collection of short films based on stories written by Tim Winton, an Australian author. Ireland was a part of the segment titled ‘Cockleshell’. Ireland is best known for his role in The Young Messiah, which is a film based on the Holy Bible.
It released on March 11, 2016. It was directed by
Cyrus Nowrasteh and co-written by Betsy Giffen Nowrasteh and Nowrasteh. The film is based on Anne Rice’s novel Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt. Ireland played the role of Jesus’ adopted brother James. In the movie, he is shown as accusing Jesus, played by Adam Greaves-Neal, for putting a curse on a child.
For Finn, the movie is very special because he is present in the movie alongside his dad, Paul Ireland. Finn Ireland is also working with Pirates of the Caribbean team for their next movie, Dead Men Tell No Tales. This movie is directed by the talented Joachim Rønning and
Espen Sandberg. It is scheduled to release in the year 2017.