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Frank O'Connor (III) (1903–1966)

Frank O'Connor was born on September 17, 1903 in Cork, Ireland, UK [now Cork, Ireland] as Michael Francis Xavier O'Donovan. He was a writer and actor, known for The Rising of the Moon (1957), Guests of the Nation (1981) and The Drunkard (2004). He was married to Harriet Rich and Evelyn Bowen. He died on March 10, 1966 in Dublin, Ireland. See full bio »

Died:

(age 62) in Dublin, Ireland

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Filmography

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 2012 Guests of a Nation (Short) (original story)
 2004 The Drunkard (Short) (story)
 1981 Guests of the Nation (TV Movie) (story)
 1974 Childhood (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- An Only Child (1974) ... (story)
 1969 Thirty-Minute Theatre (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- First Confession (1969) ... (story)
 1966 The Wednesday Play (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Silent Song (1966) ... (writer)
 1965 In de trein (TV Movie) (story "In the Train")
 1957 The Rising of the Moon (story "The Majesty of the Law")
 1955-1956 General Electric Theater (TV Series) (story - 2 episodes)
- Orphans (1956) ... (story)
- The Martyr (1955) ... (story)
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 1966 The Wednesday Play (TV Series)
- Silent Song (1966)
 1966 Sunday Night (TV Series documentary)
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- Horseman, Pass By! (1966) ... Narrator (voice)
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He had two children with his first wife, Evelyn: son, Myles (born 18 July 1939) and daughter, Liadain (born 27 November 1940). He also had a son, Oliver (born 1945) with Joan Knape; a son, Owen (born 1946) from unknown relationship; and a daughter, Hallie-Óg (born June 1958) with his second wife, Harriet.

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