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Harry Brogan (1904–1977)

One of Ireland's favourite Abbey Theatre actors whose most famous works include "Lies My Father Told Me" and "The Quare Fellow". Harry was one of Ireland's finest theatre comic actors. Born in Hollywood, Co Down on May 5th 1905. Married to Nell they had 5 children Anne, John, Patricia, Sheamus & Fergus. The children followed in his footsteps with ... See full bio »


(age 73) in Dublin, Ireland

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 1977 Terror of Frankenstein
The Blind Man
 1967 Those Fantastic Flying Fools
Professor Dingle
 1965 The Face of Fu Manchu
Prof. Gaskell
 1965 Young Cassidy
 1964 Girl with Green Eyes
Jack Holland
 1964 Never Put It in Writing
Mr. Breeden
 1962 The Quare Fellow
 1962 The Webster Boy
 1960 The Siege of Sidney Street
Old Harry
 1960 Lies My Father Told Me
 1960 The Night Fighters
Patrick O'Neill
 1959 This Other Eden
 1959 Shake Hands with the Devil
Tom Cassidy
 1959 Home Is the Hero
 1959 Broth of a Boy
Willie Farrell
 1958 The Poacher's Daughter
Rabit Hamil
 1952 The Gentle Gunman
Barney (uncredited)
 1951 The Promise of Barty O'Brien
Mr. O'Brien
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 1961 Cradle of Genius (Documentary short)

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Other Works:

He acted in Louis D'Alton's play, "This Other Eden," at the Queen's Theatre in Dublin, Ireland with Seathrun O Goilf, Michael O Briain, and Christopher Casson in the cast. Ria Mooney was director.

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