Elements of Irish mythology often appear in popular culture. Sometimes similar themes are utilized in new narratives; other times the only similarity is the use of a name from Irish mythology, applied to a completely different character and story. This appears in the Darby O'Gill and the Little People DVD extra I Captured the King of the Leprechauns originally a Walt Disney Presents or Wonderful World of Disney episode, telling viewers about the making of, and some of the folklore which inspired parts of, the movie Darby O'Gill and the Little People , in which the banshee is "keening for the young O'Brien" and is in no way a pernicious or threatening character, but merely seen as a dark or sad omen because she appears before people die [ citation needed ]. She does not cause deaths, she mourns for the dead or, eerily, the soon-to-be-dead. Bricriu is the name of a mischievous will-o'-the-wisp in three episodes of the Disney Channel Original Series So Weird. Bricriu is believed to be a mischievous evil spirit, a troublemaker, and also Irish; he may have been based on the character from Irish mythology.
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He is the adoptive son of Lee Baldwin. He has been portrayed by actor Kin Shriner since August 2, The character was originated as a child in the s, played by the child actor Johnny Whitaker in
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