Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy.
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(as Horace MacMahon)
Harry 'Sheep' Bones - Wounded Gang Member
Malone the Informer
Reporter at Press Conference
Three Men on a Horse. Comedy (revival). Written by George Abbott
and John Cecil Holm
. Directed by John Cecil Holm. Forrest Theatre: 9 Oct 1942- 31 Oct 1942 (28 performances). Cast: William Balfour
(as "Mr. Carver") [final Broadway role], Jean Casto
(as "Mabel"), Don Darcy (as "Delivery Boy"), William Foran (as "Harry"), Iris
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Did You Know?
Before becoming an actor, McMahon went from job to job, working as clerks for a shipping company, a hat manufacturer, as a castings worker, delivering special mail, and as a soda jerk. He had a brief flirt with journalism as reporter for The South Norwalk Sentinel and was co-driver of a 'wet-wash wagon for Brophy's Laundry'. His first acting job was in winter stock while studying at Fordham Law ...