Sinéad Cusack is an Irish actress. She began her screen career in the 1960s, first appearing in the television film David Copperfield. Her first movie role was in 1969’s Alfred the Great. In the following decade, she landed roles in some British films, including Hoffman, Tam Lin, and Revenge. She went on to star in the Hollywood movie The Last Remake of Beau Geste. During the ’80s, she had roles in the films Rocket Gibraltar and Venus Peter. Cusack continued her performing career in the recent years. In the 2000s, she starred in V for Vendetta, The Tiger’s Tail, Eastern Promises, and Cracks. Her role in the 2014 film Queen and Country earned her an IFTA nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.