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Mark McManus (I) (1935–1994)

Mark McManus was born on February 21, 1935 in Hamilton, Scotland. He was an actor, known for Taggart (1983), Sam (1973) and Ned Kelly (1970). He died on June 6, 1994 in Glasgow, Scotland. See full bio »

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(age 59) in Glasgow, Scotland, UK

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Known For

Taggart
Taggart DCI Jim Taggart / Jim Taggart / Det. Chief Inspector Taggart / James Taggart
(1983-1995)
Sam
Sam Sam Wilson
(1974-1975)
Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly Joe Byrne
(1970)
Rogue Male
Rogue Male Vaner
(1976)

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 1988 Minder (TV Series)
Dixon
 1988 Dramarama (TV Series)
Bobby Soutar
- The Macrame Man (1988) ... Bobby Soutar
 1988 Lance et compte II (TV Series)
Tom Snyder
- Episode #2.10 (1988) ... Tom Snyder
- Episode #2.8 (1988) ... Tom Snyder
- Episode #2.7 (1988) ... Tom Snyder
- Episode #2.5 (1988) ... Tom Snyder
- Episode #2.4 (1988) ... Tom Snyder
 1987 Nightstick (TV Movie)
Banker #2
 1987 Night Heat (TV Series)
 1983 Gunfight at the Joe Kaye Corral (TV Movie)
Archie
 1982 Union Castle (TV Series)
Charles Winzer
- Episode #1.3 (1982) ... Charles Winzer
 1980 Bull Week (TV Mini-Series)
Johnny Kowal
- Saturday (1980) ... Johnny Kowal
- Friday (1980) ... Johnny Kowal
- Thursday (1980) ... Johnny Kowal
- Wednesday (1980) ... Johnny Kowal
- Tuesday (1980) ... Johnny Kowal
 1979 Brecht and Co (TV Movie)
Member of Brecht's company / Galy Gay / Wang
 1978 Target (TV Series)
Wilson
- Promises (1978) ... Wilson
 1978 The Foundation (TV Series)
Bill Wood
- Bear Raid (1978) ... Bill Wood
- Bloody Venice (1978) ... Bill Wood
- Exit Line (1978) ... Bill Wood
- Partial Eclipse (1978) ... Bill Wood
- Power Without Glory (1978) ... Bill Wood
 1976 Rogue Male (TV Movie)
Vaner
 1976 Benny Lynch (TV Movie)
Benny Lynch
 1975 Knots
 1974 The Stars Look Down (TV Mini-Series)
 1972 The Pathfinders (TV Series)
Flight Sergeant Joe Carson
- Jonah Man (1972) ... Flight Sergeant Joe Carson
 1972 Colditz (TV Series)
Lt. Cameron
- The Undefeated (1972) ... Lt. Cameron
 1972 Stage 2 (TV Series)
- Peer Gynt (1972)
 1971 Thirty-Minute Theatre (TV Series)
Mick
- Combing Down His Yellow Hair (1971) ... Mick
 1971 Man at the Top (TV Series)
Dennis Rosslea
- ...A Bit of Spare, Nothing Else (1971) ... Dennis Rosslea
- The Prime of Life (1971) ... Dennis Rosslea
 1970 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (TV Series)
Eric Calder
- A Good Prospect (1970) ... Eric Calder
 1970 Shadows of Fear (TV Series)
Cox
- Did You Lock Up? (1970) ... Cox
 1970 Adam's Woman
Nobby
 1969 Two Thousand Weeks
Will Gardiner
 1969 The Rovers (TV Series)
Jack Webster
- U.F.O. Pacific (1969) ... Jack Webster
 1969 Dynasty (TV Series)
Peter Mason
- Pilot (1969) ... Peter Mason
 1968 The Battlers (TV Movie)
Tolly McCall
 1968 Skippy (TV Series)
Ted
- The Rustlers (1968) ... Ted
 1966 Twelfth Night (TV Movie)
Sebastian
 1966 Wandjina! (TV Series)
Donald MacPherson (1966)
 1966 Homicide (TV Series)
Malcolm Wills
- Holiday Affair (1966) ... Malcolm Wills
 1963 Concord of Sweet Sounds (TV Movie)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Moliere's play, "Tartuffe," at the Assembly Hall Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland in the Actors' Company production with Windsor Davies, Charles Kay, Sheila Burrell, Sheila Reid, Paola Dionisotti, Robert Eddison, Edward Petherbridge, and Robin Ellis in the cast. Peter James was director. See more »

Height:

5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Trivia:

McManus was chosen as the first posthumous recipient of the Lord Provost's Award (Glasgow). His family accepted the Performing Arts Award just a few months after his death, at a ceremony at which Lord Provost James Shields declared, "to many people Mark McManus was Glasgow".

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