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Dermot Morgan (1952–1998)

Dermot went to University College Dublin, where he studied English and Philosopy. In 1974 he took up a teaching post, but left 2 years later to persue the comedy career that he had started at university. In 1979 his first introduction to TV came with an appearance on "Live Mike" on RTE television as Fr. Trendy, a catholic priest who was religiously... See full bio »

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Had a habit of phoning in to Irish chat shows (especially the Late Late Show (1962)) when well-known politicians were appearing and willing to answer questions from the public. Would proceed to ask a pertinent political question in their own voice. See more »


Best known for his role as Father Ted Crilly in the sitcom Father Ted (1995) See more »

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