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Thesp Nesbitt hosts Irish kudos

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Thesp James Nesbitt, currently on the West End in “Shoot the Crow,” will host the 2005 Irish Film & Television Awards for the third year in a row.

Northern Irish thesp also is a nominee as best actor for “Murphy’s Law.”

The Nov. 5 ceremony has changed venues to the RDS in Dublin and will air live on RTE One.

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