Domhnall Gleeson celebrates his birthday today, May 12! To mark the occasion, we're celebrating his most loved movies. 

Gleeson rose to fame when he bagged the role of Bill Weasley, the elder brother of Ron, in the "Harry Potter" franchise but his career thus far has been varied and frankly brilliant!

The son of Brendan Gleeson and brother of Brian Gleeson, both stars in their own right, Domhnall hails from the beautiful village of Malahide, in north County Dublin. 

His career started out behind the camera when he wrote and directed several short films. However, it seems he was destined to be in front of an audience. 

In 2010, he had a supporting role in the film "Never Let Me Go" but it was his role in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" that brought him stardom. In "Harry Potter", he also starred alongside his father who played the role of Alastor "Mad-Eye" Moody. Later, in 2016, he received a Tony Award nomination for his role in the Broadway production of "The Lieutenant of Inishmore."

Since then, he's played the leading man in the beloved rom-com "About Time," Captain Andrew Henry in "The Revenant," and A. A. Milne in "Goodbye Christopher Robin."

Now, certainly, one of Ireland's most prominent leading men, he has more recently garnered public acclaim for his role in "The Patient" alongside Steve Carrell and is currently starring in "White House Plumbers" on HBO alongside Woody Harrelson. 

Here's a rundown of Domhnall Gleeson's most popular roles, according to Rotten Tomatoes:

"Brooklyn" - Jim Farrell

"True Grit" - The Kid

"Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens" - Gen. Hux

"Ex Machina" - Caleb

"Frank" - Jon Burroughs

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