View Comments It’s Only a Play It’s Only a Play star Rupert Grint stopped by Access Hollywood to chat making his Broadway debut in the Terrence McNally comedy, where he plays wunderkind director Frank Finger. The Harry Potter fave did have to clarify that unlike former co-star Daniel Radcliffe, he is entirely clothed for his Great White Way debut. While he shares the stage with some huge names, including Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Stockard Channing, there’s one celeb he can’t seem to escape: doppelgänger Ed Sheeran. “I’ve signed albums,” he said of getting stopped on the street and mistaken for the singer-songwriter. Take a look at the interview below, which, as all good interviews do, includes a pic of Helen Mirren in a bikini. Then catch Rupert Grint in It’s Only a Play at the Schoenfeld Theatre! Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on June 7, 2015
Press Association The 41-year-old, who also played for AC Milan and Tottenham, will fill the vacancy left by the retired Alan O’Neill after completing his UEFA B Licence with the Football Association of Ireland. Manager Noel King said: “Carlo Cudicini is coming in to the do the goalkeepers initially. We’ll see how it goes and work together to try and win the game obviously. “His experience will be a great help to us. It won’t be just goalkeeping – we’ll include him as we do with all our staff in the preparation. We’ll value his views and hopefully that’ll add strength to us. “We’re thankful to Alan O’Neill, who has been with us and the Association for a great number of years and has been a great servant. He has to move on due to work commitments, and we’ll look forward to a successful time with Carlo.” Former Chelsea keeper Carlo Cudicini has joined the Republic of Ireland Under-21s coaching staff for Thursday’s European Under-21s Championship qualifier against Andorra.