Ronan is very soft-spoken he is a dancer. He doesn’t say much and doesn’t seem to react to the environment around him. His most expressive moments come actually when he is leaping in the air, or his body is moving to the music that is being played. It’s somewhat disconcerting, and perhaps he is disengaged from where we are, from the moment. Sure he can knock off a smile, and show a side to him that is happy, and rather convincing at that, but it’s the other moments that I find his gaze eery and haunting. His features are manly, and somewhat awkward, whereby his look can meander between adolescent youth and upon becoming a man. He is 29. His desire to take up dancing came quite late in life, and he may not become the professional dancer that he hopes to be; it is not certain.