Colin Farrell has won a Best Actor award at last night's Golden Globes.
The 46-year-old Dubliner took home the Best Actor award in the Motion Picture - Musical/Comedy category for his role as Pádraic Súilleabháin in The Banshees of Inisherin
It was one of a hat-trick of accolades for the Irish film which was among the big winners at the ceremony in Beverly Hills.
The movie, which was filmed on Achill Island in Co. Mayo, also won Best Picture - Musical or Comedy and Best Screenplay for writer Martin McDonagh.
It was Colin Farrell's second Golden Globe award and he used his acceptance speech to pay tribute to the writer of the film.
"Martin McDonough, I owe you so much, man."
14 years ago you put me working with Brennan Gleason, my dance partner, and you changed the trajectory of my life forever in ways that I begrudgingly will be grateful to you for the rest of my days."
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Farrell also won a Golden Globe in 2009 for his role in Martin McDonagh's In Bruges.
He also gave a special mention to his co-star Barry Keoghan during his acceptance speech.
"A word of advice, Barry. When you're sharing a house with an actor you're working with, don't eat his Crunchy Nut Corn Flakes and leave him with no breakfast in the morning. Okay?
"You should never send a man to work with an empty belly."