In 1996, he appeared in Michael Collins, as the title character's ambusher.
In 1999, he appeared in Ride with the Devil as psychopathic guerrilla fighter Pitt Mackeson.
I just think that he wanted it in writing to know that he was paying [for child support].
The actor was NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt's first choice for the role in the primetime series, according to the report, but there were concerns based on 'his history of alcohol-related incidents during the production of Showtime hit The Tudors.'According to the Mirror, Jonathan has signed up with Dracula 'for years,' suggesting at least one more series is on the cards.
But in September 2017, Meyers announced that Lane suffered a tragic miscarriage and that they lost their child.
The couple are said to have spent six weeks apart, with Lane sharing a photo of their reunion on Instagram.
Casting agents looking for Irish boys to appear in War of the Buttons spotted him at a Cork pool hall, the Victoria Sporting Club, and invited him to audition.
His first film role came in A Man of No Importance (1994).
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He has also been linked to a new Star Wars film next year, which will see him reunited with director JJ Abrams.
Jonathan has been known for his battle with alcohol abuse, having checked into rehab three times between 20 - and even reported to be banned for life from flying on United Airlines due to 'belligerent' and 'disruptive' behaviour involving alcohol.
Meyers has starred in television series including Gormenghast (2000) and in the CBS 4-hour mini-series Elvis (2005) as Elvis Presley alongside Randy Quaid as Colonel Tom Parker, but didn't sing for his role in the miniseries.
He played a David Bowie-inspired glam rock star in Velvet Goldmine (1998), a dedicated girls' football coach in Bend It Like Beckham (2002), in Vanity Fair (2004) opposite Reese Witherspoon.