Dear partner of Fair City scammer Carl Sheeles told about the gentle moment they shared you on the night before he died, and said, "He had a lot of work to do."
Laura Henan told his funeral service how actor Peaky Blinders found peace in recent years after a sometimes chaotic past.
He remembered how on the "last night" they both watched the Island of Love and said, "I remember we were sitting in separate chairs, and for no apparent reason he reached out, grabbed my hand and gripped her.
He looked in my eyes with his own smile and told me warmly that he loved me. This was Karl in his last days.
Fair City's production came to a standstill yesterday as voices and crew dropped tools to say last goodbye to the much-loved Robbie member.
Carrigstang's stars traveled with a special bus from Montrose to the Church of Our Lady of the Church, Beechpark Avenue, Castleknock.
They were joined by actors, filmmakers and theatrical people who came to pay tribute to the multi-actor actor who doubled as a theater director by giving so many writers and actors a break.
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The participants in the fairground include Martina Stanley, Brian Murray and Unna Crawford, along with executive producer Briggs de Curcey, star Ted Pauline McClintock, actor Owen Rowe, Barry McGovern, John Cavana, Eimon Morrissey, Felim Drew, Peter Kunan, , Mo Moonford and Comrade Deird O'Cane.
Rex Ryan attended the play with playwright Mark Owen and directors Lynn Parker, Feih Mak Conggele and Tony O Dalai of Gaiety School of acting.
It is reported that the actor was also seen on crutches and "a lot of pain" shortly before his death.
Laura told the mourners: "Karl wanted to put a tattoo from the word" chaos "into a huge arch that crossed his back. He said the chaos followed him, and I said no, because the chaos is behind you. … I guess I was right.
"That was one of the many things about who he is. He was a planner, a rotating saucer, a scammer, a performer, and he had a lot to do.
"He threw the best parties in Ireland," he said in the dirtiest jokes. He always asked people what he was writing to them, and at night he would come back home, and he would pay for endless music.
"He's burned bright like a comet and the last few days the explosion of love is deeply tangible."
Laura, the co-founder of the Upper Carl Theater, told how Karl felt like "beyond" to make one of his latest plans for his twin daughters, Isabel and Sayorse.
She said: "A recent plan has become really fun. Saierse watched the photo albums and saw that Dad had taken the monkey he had taken from him and covered him with blood and cable ties to make part of his suit for Dora in Halloween.
"With Saerse terrified that she had learned the fate of her monkey, Karl made a more immediate plan to buy her a new monkey and buy one for Isabel, who of course saw her opportunity and her father's daughter in any way. to make her take a new monkey.
"Karl died in the morning, my sister, not knowing what else to do, told the girls that he would bring them something in the world.
– They asked for cakes and tepids. Without talking to me or knowing anything about monkeys or costumes, Jennifer went back to the house with the exact type of monkey Carl had planned to take for the girls.
"We know one thing for sure, he is still planning, fast and straight. And the girls like the monkeys, Karl.
In the emotional praise she received, she summed up Carl as a "glider, a hustler with many plates that rotate at all times."
According to Irish Mirror, the actor will continue to appear in Fair City for the next few weeks as Robbie Quinn.
Dublin-born actor plays Ryan in the first Peaky Blinders series in 2013.
During his famous career he has worked on internationally acclaimed TV shows and films, including Batman Beggins, Veronica Guerin, Intermerce, Clinic and Capital Letters, for which he was nominated for IFTA for Best Actor in 2004.
Shils also takes smaller roles in famous films and TV shows.
He plays the role of Arkham Thug # 3 in Batman Begins and as Packington's assassin in The Tudor 2009 series.
Ryan started as an electrician but changed his direction in the early 1990s and studied at the Gaiety School of Acting.
He became regular at the hit RTE show Fair City in 2014 and continued to become one of the most prominent heroes.
It's not clear how the actor died.
The honors were cast for the "remarkable" actor who was "loved by all."
The Catholic Spillane comedian and actor from Fair City, Eric Lalor, said: "Absolutely stunned and broken by the heart to hear about the death of Carl Shils.
"Extremely gifted actor and really great friend, I will miss so much. Thinking of his lovely family, let him rest in peace. "
His agent, Lisa Richard, confirmed that Shils had died yesterday.
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She said in a statement: "Carl was a unique talented individual, both intensive, carefree, funny, witty, open and powerful as an actor, director and artistic director of Upper Floor Theater – where he was such a support and mentor for young writers, actors and directors – and his company Semper Fi before.
– Carl was a remarkable force in the Irish theater and was loved and respected by all who worked with him.
"Our hearts are broken, but today our thoughts are with his partner Laura and his family, his children and their mother Wamble and his many close friends, among whom we think we are happy that they have been so many years."