During a recent interview, Taken 3 actor Liam Neeson admitted that he once thought of changing his religion to Islam.
According to the 59-year-old, the idea came when he was filming in Turkey for Taken 2 which was set in Istanbul. He said what drew him to become interested in Muslims is their prayers and mosques.
"The call to prayer happens five times a day, and for the first week, it drives you crazy, and then it just gets into your spirit, and it's the most beautiful, beautiful thing," Neeson said in the interview with The Sun.
"There are 4,000 mosques in the city. Some are just stunning, and it really makes me think about becoming a Muslim."
While Neeson was raised a Roman Catholic in his hometown in Ballymena in County Antrim, he said he has been reading a lot of spiritual books to answer some of life's 'toughest questions'.
Neeson also previously revealed that his inspiration in becoming an actor was a Protestant minister.
In spite of his varied views when it comes to spiritual things and God himself, Neeson has done three films about C.S. Lewis' best-selling series The Chronicles of Narnia. He played the role of Aslan, the Lion ruler of Narnia who is presented in the entire novel as God.