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In 1980, he performed alongside Stephen Rea, Ray Mc Anally and Mick Lally, playing Doalty in Brian Friel's play Translations, the first production of Brian Friel and Stephen Rea's Field Day Theatre Company, first presented in the Guildhall, Derry, on 23 September 1980.
In 1980, filmmaker John Boorman saw him on stage as Lennie Small in Of Mice and Men and offered him the role of Sir Gawain in the Arthurian film Excalibur.
At Queen's, he discovered a talent for football and was spotted by Seán Thomas at Bohemian F. There was a club trial in Dublin, and Neeson played one game as a substitute against Shamrock Rovers F. After leaving the university, Neeson returned to Ballymena where he worked in a variety of casual jobs, from a fork-lift operator at Guinness to a truck driver.
He also attended teacher training college for two years in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, before again returning to his hometown.
That year, he starred alongside Cher and Dennis Quaid in Suspect in a role that brought him critical acclaim.
In 1988, he starred alongside Clint Eastwood in the fifth Dirty Harry film "The Dead Pool" in the role of Peter Swan, a horror film director.
After Excalibur, Neeson moved to London, where he continued working on stage, in small budget films and in television.
He lived with the actress Helen Mirren at this time, whom he met working on Excalibur.
it was acting, but it was also great acting and stirring too".
In 1993, he joined Ellis Island co-star and future wife Natasha Richardson in the Broadway play Anna Christie.
They also worked together in Nell, released the following year.
Neeson has described himself as out of touch with the politics and history of Northern Ireland, until becoming aware of protests by fellow students after Bloody Sunday in 1972, during the Troubles conflict.
The experience of these protests encouraged him to learn more about local history.