Fourth in a series of conversations with New Yorkers about time, writer and actor Malachy McCourt notes how slowly time passed while growing up in Ireland, and how time has changed him.
Before I go on, yes, he is the brother of Frank McCourt, the author of Angela's Ashes. Malachy was born in Brooklyn but raised in Ireland. He has acted on stage, in soap operas, and movies as well as hosted his own radio talk show, written best selling books, authored quite a few articles, and ran for governor of New York on the Green Party ticket, losing by a narrow margin to Eliot Spitzer.
Malachy has a great deal to say here and I'm happy to share it with you. Enjoy!
Labels: Angela's Ashes, Eliot Spitzer, Frank McCourt, Green Party, Ireland, Malachy McCourt, time, writing