Geraldine Hughes was born in 1970 in Belfast. She made her acting debut with “Children at the Crossroads” in 1984. Her films include “Murder She Wrote:Celtic Riddle” with Angela Lansbury, “Rocky Balboa” with Sylvester Stallone in 2006 and “Gran Torino” with Clint Eastwood.
Geraldine Hughes (born 1970) is a Northern Irish film, television and stage, actress. She was born in West Belfast and lived in the Divis flats for a time. She won a private scholarship and attended university in America. She is best known for her portrayal of “Little Marie” in 2006’s Rocky Balboa. Hughes also wrote and performed a one-woman show entitled Belfast Blues in New York City and appeared on television on ER and Profiler, among others. Recently, she played Clint Eastwood’s daughter-in-law in Gran Torino.