Watters told RTE's Ryan Tubridy there's speculation of a movie after the next season is wrapped, which he said would be "incredible".He also confirmed that the chain-smoking characters aren't actually inhaling real cigarette smoke. It's herbal cigarettes, they're not real cigarettes," he said.
She's one of a number of Irish actors and production crew who have been drafted in by Irish director David Caffrey, who worked with her on RTE's Love/Hate, in addition to Aidan Gillen, who plays a gypsy hitman.Famous in his own right for the Chapelle Show, the stand-up comedian, actor and writer died today in New York City from leukemia. After making his big screen debut in 1989's Harlem Nights, directed by his younger brother Eddie, and appearing in bit roles in Spike Lee films like Mo' Better Blues and Jungle Fever, Murphy's big break came as a cast member on Chappelle's Show, where “Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories” resulted in a pair of memorable sketches.Born in Brooklyn, he served six years in the US navy after being released from prison as a young man.It was this bizarre sort of scene, you don't know where it's going to go." The show has gathered huge momentum around the globe.Among its fans is rapper Snoop Dogg, while the late David Bowie had also said he enjoyed the drama."Aidan is incredible, he does it all so subtly - it's more what he doesn't say," he said."There was a scene last week with Helen Mc Crory [Polly] and it was just incredible.According to TMZ, his family were shocked at his unexpected death as they believed he was getting better.He leaves behind three children - two from his marriage to Tisha Taylor Murphy, who died in 2009 from cervical cancer, and another from a previous relationship.His daughter Bria — with Nicole Murphy — was born in the same year.Comedian Charlie Murphy, the brother of actor Eddie Murphy, has died, aged 57.