Liam Neeson is considering converting to Islam, according to newspaper reports.
The desire to convert has sprung from spending time filming in Turkey, according to The Sun.
The Northern Ireland actor, who comes from a Catholic background, told the newspaper that the call to prayer in Istanbul drove him to distraction for the first week of filming but he then began to find it "the most beautiful, beautiful thing".
Neeson, a former altar boy in Ballymena, said: "There are 4,000 mosques in the city. Some are just stunning and it really makes me think about becoming a Muslim."
The actor has been nominated for an Oscar, a BAFTA and three Golden Globe Awards during his career.
He has starred in a number of notable roles including Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List and Michael Collins.
Neeson was married to actress Natasha Richardson for 15 years before her death on 2009, when she suffered a severe head injury in a skiing accident at the Mont Tremblant Resort, in Quebec.
It’s not the first time Neeson has spoken about religion.
The 59-year-old faced criticism in 2010 after refuting claims by author C.S. Lewis that Narnia lion Aslan is based on Christ.
Neeson – who voiced the character in the film adaptation – instead claimed Aslan was based on other spiritual leaders including Mohammed and Buddha.
“Aslan symbolises a Christ-like figure but he also symbolises for me Mohammed, Buddha and all the great spiritual leaders and prophets over the centuries,” he said at the time.
“That’s who Aslan stands for as well as a mentor figure for kids – that’s what he means for me.”