IrishCentral’s top ten Irish people this year 2013 (PHOTOS)

Top Irish man of the year Daniel Day-Lewis became the greatest Oscar winner ever and fought for a hospice in his hometown in Wicklow.

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1. Daniel Day-Lewis:

Longtime Irish resident became officially the greatest Oscar winner ever and fought for a hospice in his hometown in Wicklow.

 

 

 

2. Megyn Kelly:

New Fox anchor is the face of Fox for the long-term  future. Sure, she think Jesus was white, but so was Martin Luther. She’ll overcome that gaffe. Bill O’Reilly’s successor.

3. Jimmy Fallon:

Shortly facing into taking over from Jay Len, the new king of Late Night is widely liked and popular.

4. Joe Biden:

Vice President takes a licking and keeps on ticking and if Hillary slips up he could move up a notch.

5. Maureen Dowd:

New York Times columnist continues to afflict the comfortable the way only she can.

6. George Clooney:

Will he /won’t he get married etc but besides all that idle gossip this Irish American star urned in a spectacular performance with Sandra Bullock in “Gravity”.

7. Doris Kearns Goodwin:

Her Lincoln biography got turned into an Oscar smash with Daniel Day-Lewis and her new book on Roosevelt is even better.

8. Michael Fassbender:

The “now” actor in Hollywood from County Kerry via Germany is tipped to be an Oscar winner in 2014 for “12 Years A Slave”.

9. Paul Ryan:

Republican congressman made the budget deal and talked sense to the GOP.

10. Bono:

Gave meaning to Mandela’s passing in superb CNN interview. Still the go-to guy when it comes to Irish celebrity.

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