WATCH: Domhnall Gleeson loses the plot at Emmy Rossum when no-one can spell his name
An Irish person abroad's constant plight.
Domhnall Gleeson was rubbing shoulders with Hollywood royalty this week when he too became the victim of a misspelled Irish name in the States.
For a segment done by the Hollywood Reporter, Gleeson and a number of actors took part in a game of ring-toss with antlers, because Hollywood.
The Irish actor soon became suitably enraged when asked by Emmy Rossum and Joel McHale about the spelling of his name.
D-O-M-H-N-A-L-L IT’S FUCKING EASY pic.twitter.com/o4QdbRoeK8
— iana murray (@ianamurray) February 1, 2018
Upon adding Gleeson's name to the leader board, Rossum laughs and says:"How do you spell it?"
Gleeson replies: "D-O-M-H", to which Rossum replied "Don't yell at me!"
When Gleeson screams "D-O-M-H-N-A-L-L! It's fuckin' easy!"
The Dublin-native joined Nick Offerman, Hilary Swank, Jaden Smith, Usher, Common, Paul Rudd, Debra Messing and many more stars for the Hollywood Reporter's annual Sundance Ring Toss.
Check out the full clip below.
Clip via The Hollywood Reporter
Gleeson appeared at Sundance to promote his new film, David Wain’s A Futile and Stupid Gesture. The film is an American biographical comedy film based on Josh Karp's book of the same name.
A Futile and Stupid Gesture is the story of comedy wunderkind Doug Kenney, who co-created the National Lampoon, Caddyshack, and Animal House. Kenney was at the center of the 70’s comedy counter-culture which gave birth to Saturday Night Live and a whole generation's way of looking at the world.
It's cheesy, wacky, slapdash, semi-tongue-in-cheek and is now available on Netflix.