Robert Sheehan


10 Things You Didn’t Know About Robert Sheehan

Although this may be hard for some people to believe, Robert Sheehan began his professional acting journey nearly 20 years ago. His time in the entertainment industry hasn’t always been easy, but Robert has always managed to find ways to keep moving forward. That reliance has been a major asset to him throughout his career. Robert is probably best known for his roles in shows like Love/Hate and The Umbrella Academy. Over the years, he has shown that he has the capacity to play a wide variety of characters, and he brings something special to every project he’s a part of. Continue reading to 10 things you didn’t know about Robert Sheehan.
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The Umbrella Academy’s Robert Sheehan On Klaus’ Hilariously Brutal Power Trip, And What He’s Really Hoping For In Season 4

Throughout pretty much the entirety of The Umbrella Academy’s third apocalyptic season on Netflix, viewers watched as a paradox-spawned kugelblitz essentially ate up the entire universe, save for the Hotel Obsidian, its superpowered inhabitants, and its alt-dimensional hallway to the Hotel Oblivion. All that destruction seemed to have been retconned by the finale’s end, though it came at the cost of the Hargreeves siblings (with the continuity-reversing Sparrow Ben and nude brawler extraordinaire Lila included) all losing their superpowers. It was a bummer for everyone, but perhaps especially for Robert Sheehan’s Klaus, who’d only just figured out how to willfully put his death-reversing powers to work.
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Tom Hopper and Robert Sheehan talk about ‘Umbrella Academy’

The stars from “The Umbrella Academy” Robert Sheehan and Tom Hopper sat down with Olivia de Bortoli to talk about the show’s success. Season 3 of “The Umbrella Academy” is out now on Netflix. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on June 23, 2022.
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The Last Bus's Robert Sheehan opens up on his Elon Musk-like supervillain and season 2 hopes

The Umbrella Academy’s Robert Sheehan is going from anti-hero to anti-villain in new Netflix sci-fi series, The Last Bus. Playing Dalton Monkhouse, an eccentric billionaire who seemingly wipes out the world’s population with Genie Orb robots, Robert channels his inner Elon Musk-turned-Wizard of Oz in the fantasy show, where a team of kids are the last chance to save humanity.

Robert Sheehan talks The Umbrella Academy season 3 and Netflix's new drama The Last Bus

Creating a hit TV show that appeals to family audiences is nigh on impossible in the era of streaming. With so many services and so many ways to watch individually now in play, it almost seems foolish to try and create a series that aims to bring in viewers from across all age groups. But, Netflix is determined to give it a go.

What is The Last Bus starring Robert Sheehan about?

Saying goodbye to March next week shouldn’t be too sad because the very next day, Netflix is releasing the anticipated sci-fi original series The Last Bus. The show is gearing up to be a family favorite as it will take you and your young ones on an action-packed journey that is definitely going to blow your mind. Also, the threat of an apocalyptic disaster will leave you all wondering what you would do if you were the only ones left on the planet. And who could forget that this series has a fair share of familiar faces that everyone is going to love to see on the screen!

The Umbrella Academy's Robert Sheehan stars in new sci-fi Netflix series

The Umbrella Academy and Misfits star Robert Sheehan is starring in a new series for Netflix, a 10-part science-fiction series called The Last Bus. The show is British, aimed at the whole family, has an eco-friendly message and, yes, it does feature a bus. Things kick off when a bunch...

5 Things Michigan: Health in the budget, Q&A w/ Robert Sheehan, Opioid use disorder legislation

We have a really smart group of thoughtful minds here at State of Reform. I’m honored to get a chance to work with and mentor some of these folks. Emily Boerger, our managing editor, is one of those. She has put together so much of today’s newsletter. She leads a team totaling seven reporters tracking health care, reform and policy, across states like Michigan.