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Maguire Sean

Maguire (Sean)   (UK)

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Added : 16/12/2006
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Sean Maguire
Spirit
Sean Maguire Greatest Hits
Someone To Love
Take This Time
Suddenly
Now I've Found You
You To Me Are Everything
Good Day
Don't Pull Your Love
Today's the Day
93 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

 

Sean Maguire albums

Sean Maguire Sean Maguire 26th Nov 1994
Spirit Spirit 3rd Jun 1996
Sean Maguire Greatest Hits Sean Maguire Greatest Hits 18th Jun 1998

 

Sean Maguire singles

Someone To Love Someone To Love 14th Aug 1994  
Take This Time Take This Time 30th Oct 1994  
Suddenly Suddenly 13th Mar 1995  
Now I've Found You Now I've Found You 12th Jun 1995  
You To Me Are Everything You To Me Are Everything 6th Nov 1995  
Good Day Good Day 19th May 1996  
Don't Pull Your Love Don't Pull Your Love 22nd Jun 1996  
Today's the Day Today's the Day 17th Mar 1997  

 

 



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Sean Maguire biography

Label : Parlophone. Born 18 April 1976 in Ilford, Essex (UK), Sean Maguire is an actor and a singer of Irish descent.

Sean started his career at a very young age, one of six children; his first appearance was in the film "A Voyage Round My Father" with Sir Laurence Olivier when he was just five. His next big break came when he was 10. His agent put him up for a lead role in the long running children's series "Grange Hill". He got the part and played Tegs for four years. His next roles were Simon Leighton in the drama series "Dodgem", Jason in "Growing Pains" and appearances in the films "The Secret Garden" and "Waterlands" with Jeremy Irons.

In 1993 he joined the cast of the British soap "Eastenders" playing Aiden Brosnan, a young Irish footballer.

In 1994, Sean left the show to take a starring role in the BBC drama series "Dangerfield" playing Marty Dangerfield. Then he started a musical carreer, releasing the single Someone To Love. His first, self-titled album was then released. It included a calendar.

The single Suddenly was released in 1995. The single Now I've Found You was released as a double CD, including a stickers sheet. Then came the single You To Me Are Everything. It was a cover of a song originally recorded by a UK pop group called The Real Thing back in June 1976. It was released as a 2 CD set including a tour poster and some bonus tracks.

Then came Good Day, his most successful single, in the usual double-CD format, reaching #12 in May 1996. It included remixes by Motiv-8. The follow-up was Don't Pull Your Love, including a tour photo diary. A second album entitled Spirit was then released.

During this time, Maguire appeared on the Childliners charity record The Gift Of Christmas, alongside acts such as the Backstreet Boys, Boyzone, E.Y.C., MN8, Deuce, Ultimate Kaos, Let Loose, East 17, Peter Andre, Michelle Gayle, Dannii Minogue and many more.

His last single Today's the Day doesn't appear on any of Sean's albums. The song was a change of style in Sean's music, while his first two albums had been pop music, Today's the Day was almost britpop in style. Unfortunately for him, the single was unsuccessful.

In 1997, he returned to acting playing Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet", Hal in the Joe Orton comedy "Loot" and Darren in the UK tour of "Funny about Love" with Stephanie Beecham.

In 1998, came the best of album Sean Maguire Greatest Hits

1999 : Sean starred in the British film "Out of Depth"

2001 : he played the title role in "Prince Charming" for TNT opposite Christina Applegate, Billy Connolly and Martin Short. He then played the part of Euan in the WB sitcom "Off Centre” alongside Eddie Kaye Thomas.

203 : He appeared in three series of "Eve" playing the part of Donovan, a nightclub owner.

2006 : he appeared in "The Class", a sit-com about a group of twentysomethings, airing in the UK on E4.

2007 : Sean played a role in the movies "The Dukes" and "LA Blues".

2008 : he appeared in the comedy movie "Meet the Spartans" (released in France under the title "Spartatouille"), spoofing the movie "300", and in the TV series Mr Eleven.

2009 : Sean Maguire casted as the lead role in "Kröd Mändoon and The Flaming Sword of Fire", on channel Comedy Central. He also apeared in the TV series "Cupid".

Sean Maguire biography was last updated Sat, February 7th 2009

Charts (singles)

UK
Someone To Love #14
Take This Time #27
Suddenly #18
Now I've Found You #22
You To Me Are Everything #16
Good Day #12
Don't Pull Your Love #14
Today's the Day #27


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