Spielberg's heir: why I am smitten with all the Irish I meet (most of all my wife!)

Patricia Danaher
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p18
HEN Hollywood director JJ Abrams talks Wabout Ireland, he can barely contain his enthusiasm. The famed storyteller behind Lost, Felicity and — more recently — Star Trek, Abrams seems just as delighted to talk about his exploits here as he is about his critically acclaimed projects.


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