marvel at their own amazing facial expressions, and dream up their very own internet memes, in an exclusive Digital Spy clip.Watch Saoirse-Monica Jackson – who plays Erin Quinn – and Nicola Coughlan – aka Clare Devlin – lark about and reveal a few behind-the-scenes secrets from the set.follows Erin, her cousin Orla (Louisa Harland), friends Michelle (Jamie-Lee O'Donnell) and Clare, and Michelle's tag-along English cousin James (Dylan Llewellyn), aka The Wee English Fella, as they navigate their teens in Derry during The Troubles.The series launched last month on Channel 4 to rapturous praise from viewers, and it seems the good reviews have led to a lot of people watching the premiere episode on catch-up.Related: Channel 4's new The Troubles sitcom Consolidated viewing figures show the sitcom has become Channel 4's biggest comedy series launch in five years, with 2.5 million watching the first episode, a 13.5% share of audience and more than double the slot average for 16-34-year-old viewers. Cramer (born February 10, 1955) is an American television personality, former hedge fund manager, and best-selling author. After graduating from Harvard, Cramer worked in several entry-level reporting jobs.
He was great at getting the story." He subsequently wrote for the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner.During this time, his apartment was robbed on multiple occasions, eventually losing all of his possessions and forcing him to live out of his car for several months.During his years at Harvard Law School, Cramer worked as a research assistant for Alan Dershowitz.He assisted Dershowitz's campaign to acquit alleged murderer Claus von Bülow despite the fact that Cramer believed von Bülow was "supremely guilty." Cramer began promoting his holdings by leaving stock picks on his answering machine. Cramer's success in this position led him to found his own hedge fund, Cramer & Co. The fund operated out of the offices of hedge fund pioneer Michael Steinhardt's Steinhardt, Fine, Berkowitz & Co.This impressed The New Republic owner Martin Peretz, who gave him 0,000 to invest. and early investors included Eliot Spitzer (a Harvard classmate, one of his oldest friends and former Governor of New York who resigned), During Cramer's tenure with the fund from 1988 to 2000, he had one year of negative returns in 1998.The following year, the fund returned 47% and in 2000 28%, beating the S&P 500 by 38 percentage points.