Kerry Condon had a dog named Peggy that passed away in 2021. When Condon won a BAFTA Award for her role in The Banshees of Inisherin, she thanked her dog and her horses in her acceptance speech.
Ranch for Rescued Horses (Horse)
Kerry Condon has many horses because she has her own ranch for rescued horses in Los Angeles. She says she acts to be able to maintain her rescue horse race. Condon comes from a family of horse lovers, with her parents both riders. Her family had a farm with horses and she learned to ride as a child and is a skilled horse racer.
January 4, 1983 (41)
Kerry Condon is an Irish actress known for her work in both film and television. She was born on January 4, 1983, in Tipperary, Ireland, and began her acting career in her home country, appearing in stage productions and television shows. Condon has since gained international recognition for her performances in both independent and mainstream films, as well as on television. Some of her notable film roles include Octavia of the Julii in Rome, and Rosie in The Last Station. She has also appeared in television series such as Luck, Fargo, and Preacher. Condon is known for her versatility and range as an actress, and has received critical acclaim for her performances. In 2023, Condon won a BAFTA Award for her supporting role in The Banshees of Inisherin, which also starred Colin Farrell, Barry Keoghan, and Brendan Gleeson.