Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy.
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/ Capt. Freddie Willis
(as Horace MacMahon)
Harry 'Sheep' Bones - Wounded Gang Member
Malone the Informer
Reporter at Press Conference
The Mundy Scheme (1969). Written by Brian Friel
. Directed by Donal Donnelly
. Royale Theatre: 11 Dec 1969- 13 Dec 1969 (4 performances + 10 previews). As "Dan Mahon." Cast: Patrick Bedford, Jack Cassidy
, Sean Dillon, Neil Fitzgerald, Liam Gannon, Leo Leyden, Risa McCrary, Godfrey Quigley
, William Rooney, Dorothy Stickney
, Ann ...
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 ...