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Helen Gallagher

Helen Gallagher was born on July 19, 1926 in New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for Ryan's Hope (1975), Strangers When We Meet (1960) and Neptune's Rocking Horse (1997). She was previously married to Frank WIse. See full bio »

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Known For

Ryan's Hope
Ryan's Hope Maeve Ryan / Maeve Colleary Ryan
(1975-1989)
Strangers When We Meet
Strangers When We Meet Betty Anders
(1960)
All My Children
All My Children Nurse Harris
(1995)

Filmography

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 1997-1998 One Life to Live (TV Series)
Dr. Maud Boylan
- Episode dated 23 April 1998 (1998) ... Dr. Maud Boylan
- Episode dated 3 April 1998 (1998) ... Dr. Maud Boylan
- Episode dated 15 March 1998 (1998) ... Dr. Maud Boylan
- Episode dated 22 January 1998 (1998) ... Dr. Maud Boylan
- Episode dated 14 January 1998 (1998) ... Dr. Maud Boylan
 1995 All My Children (TV Series)
Nurse Harris
- Episode #1.6596 (1995) ... Nurse Harris
- Episode #1.6595 (1995) ... Nurse Harris
 1995 The Cosby Mysteries (TV Series)
- Last Tango (1995)
 1993 Law & Order (TV Series)
Flo Bishop
- Born Bad (1993) ... Flo Bishop
 1989 Another World (TV Series)
Hannah Tuttle
- Episode dated 29 September 1989 (1989) ... Hannah Tuttle
- Episode dated 28 September 1989 (1989) ... Hannah Tuttle
 1975-1989 Ryan's Hope (TV Series)
Maeve Ryan / Maeve Colleary Ryan
- Episode #1.3515 (1989) ... Maeve Ryan
- Episode #1.3512 (1989) ... Maeve Ryan
- Episode #1.3511 (1989) ... Maeve Ryan
- Episode dated 24 December 1986 (1986) ... Maeve Ryan
- Episode dated 25 October 1985 (1985) ... Maeve Ryan
 1977 Roseland
Cleo (The Hustle)
 1976 The American Woman: Portraits of Courage (TV Movie documentary)
Mary Harris Jones
 1960 Shangri-La (TV Movie)
Lise
 1960 Strangers When We Meet
Betty Anders
 1954 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
 1952 The Ezio Pinza Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.11 (1952)
 1949 Manhattan Showcase (TV Series)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

"Absurd Person Singular," an original comedy written by Alan Ayckbourn; with Lewis Arlt (portrayed Sidney Hopcroft); William Gray Espy (portrayed Geoffrey Jackson); Helen Gallagher (portrayed Marion Brewster-White); Kate Mulgrew (portrayed Eva Jackson); James Pritchett (as Jim Pritchett) (portrayed Ronald Brewster-White); and ... See more »
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Personal Quote:

[on working with Gwen Verdon] "Well, it's an inspiration in the first place, because you love working with good people. I mean, it's a drag to work with bad people. And so it makes you better. And it's a joy." See more »

Trivia:

Has won two Tony Awards: in 1952, as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for a revival of "Pal Joey," and in 1971 as Best Actress (Musical) for a revival of "No, No, Nanette." She was also nominated in 1966 as Best Supporting or Featured Actress (Musical) for "Sweet Charity." See more »

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