Dublin-born character actor of stage, screen, and television, Milo O'Shea, poses in New York in the early 1977. He became a naturalized US citizen and died in New York on April 2, 2013, at 86. O'Shea got 2 Tony nominations for his work in The Staircase and Mass Appeal. He was known for film roles such as Leopold Bloom in Ulysses, the judge in The Verdict, and the demented scientist Dr. Durand-Durand in Barbarella. His trademark was his dark bushy eyebrows.