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8 April 1923|
Quaker Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
|Died||24 May 1997
Van Nuys, California, USA
|Cause of death||Lung cancer|
Edward Mulhare (8 April 1923 – 24 May 1997) was an Irish actor whose career spanned five decades.
Early life and career
Mulhare was born at 22 Quaker Road, Cork, County Cork, Ireland. As a child he received his education at St. Nessan's Christian Brothers School, and later North Monastery. Mulhare, as a young adult, began schooling at the National University of Ireland in medicine, but eventually decided upon a career in theatre. After acting in various Irish venues including the Gate Theatre in Dublin, he moved to London, where he worked with Orson Welles and John Gielgud.
His first television appearance was in 1956 in a production of The Adventures of Robin Hood. He was a guest panelist in 1958 on the CBS television game show What's My Line? By 1965, he was back in Hollywood appearing in films and television shows. He earned a role in the films Von Ryan's Express in 1965, Our Man Flint in 1966, and Caprice in 1967. He guest starred in television programmes, including the Twelve O'Clock High episode "Siren Voices" as Luftwaffe Colonel Kurt Halland. He also guest-starred in "Experiment In Terra," an episode of the original Battlestar Galactica.
In The Ghost & Mrs. Muir, a supernatural sitcom that ran from 1968 to 1970, he starred as Captain Daniel Gregg, and again was something of a successor to Rex Harrison, who had originated the role of "The Ghost" in the original 1947 film.
In the mid-1980s, Mulhare hosted the television series Secrets & Mysteries, also called Secrets of the Unknown, a magazine show that examined historical mysteries and the paranormal.
Edward Mulhare died of lung cancer in May 1997, at age 74, inside his home in Van Nuys, California. He had been battling the cancer for five months prior to his death. Team Knight Rider dedicated an episode titled "K.R.O.", to Mulhare's memory (broadcast 27 October 1997).
- Giv'a 24 Eina Ona (1955) .... James Finnegan
- The Adventures of Robin Hood .... (1956) .... Various
- The Outer Limits (ABC-TV): "The Sixth Finger" (1963) .... Professor of Genetics
- Mr. Novak (NBC-TV, 1963): "He Who Can Does" .... Rand Hardy
- Signpost to Murder (1964) .... Dr. Mark Fleming
- Von Ryan's Express (1965) .... Capt. Costanzo
- Daniel Boone (1965) (TV series) ....Season 2, Episode 1 "Empire of the Lost"....Colonel Worthing
- Our Man Flint (1966) .... Malcolm Rodney
- Caprice (1967) .... Sir Jason Fox
- Eye of the Devil (1967) .... Jean-Claude Ibert
- The Ghost & Mrs. Muir (1968) TV Series .... Capt. Daniel Gregg
- Gidget Grows Up (1969) (TV) .... Alex MacLaughlin
- The Streets of San Francisco (ABC-TV series season 1 episode 5) Tower Beyond Tragedy (1972).... Amory Gilliam, (season 3 episode 6) One Chance To Live (1974).... Brian Downing
- Ellery Queen (1976) (TV) (Season 1, episode 18 "Adventure of the Two-Faced Woman").... Myles Prescott
- Hunter (1977) (TV series)...Season 1, Episode 1 "Bluebird is Back"
- Hart to Hart (1979) (TV) .... Season 1, Episode 12 "The Man with Jade Eyes"
- Megaforce (1982) .... Byrne-White
- Knight Rider (1982) TV Series .... Devon Miles
- MacGyver (1986) TV series .... Guy Roberts
- B-17: The Flying Fortress (1987) (voice) .... Narrator
- Secrets & Mysteries (1988) TV series .... Host
- Knight Rider 2000 (1991) .... Devon Miles
- Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart (1995) (TV)
- Out to Sea (1997) .... Cullen Carswell
- Baywatch Nights (1997) .... Dr. Lancaster (1 episode)
- He was born in the Irish Free State (1922-1937). The Republic of Ireland came into effect in 1937
- Vallance, Tom (27 May 1997). "Obituary: Edward Mulhare". The Independent. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- Eyman, Scott (20 Mar 2013). "She’s truly a delight". Palm Beach Post. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- Saxon, Wolfgang (28 May 1991). "Edward Mulhare, 74, an Actor Who Moved From Stage to TV". The New York Times. Associated Press. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
- Reed, Mack (25 May 1997). "Edward Mulhare; TV, Film, Stage Actor". Los Angeles Times (Obituary). AP. Retrieved 2 March 2015.
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