Golden Globes nominee profile: Brendan Gleeson might finally hand Donald Trump a win for playing him in ‘The Comey Rule’

Golden Globes nominee profile: Brendan Gleeson might finally hand Donald Trump a win for playing him in ‘The Comey Rule’
Irish actor Brendan Gleeson scored his fourth career Golden Globe nomination this year for his performance as Donald Trump in Showtime’s “The Comedy Rule.” His previous nominations were in the Best Film Comedy/Musical Actor category for “In Bruges” (2008) and “The Guard” (2011), and in the Best TV Movie/Limited Actor category for playing another instantly recognizable world leader, Winston Churchill, in the 2009 telefilm “Into the Storm.”

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Emmy winner Gleeson is chilling as the scheming and impulsive presidential candidate turned president-elect in “The Comey Rule.” He co-stars with another Emmy champ, Jeff Daniels, who plays FBI Director James Comey in the two-part event series that tells the story of two powerful men whose strikingly different ethics and loyalties put them on a collision course. Based on Comey’s tell-all book “A Higher Loyalty,” which was adapted by writer and director
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