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Mick Gallagher (II)


Mick Gallagher is an actor and producer, known for Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), Gameface (2007) and Gun Fight (2011). See full bio »
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Known For

Gameface
Gameface Drug Dealer
(2007)
Gun Fight
Gun Fight Vincent
(2011)
Uriel
Uriel Walking Demon
(2011)

Filmography

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 2018/I Moth (Short) (pre-production)
Clay
 2011 Battery Row (Short)
Battery
 2011 Uriel (Short)
Walking Demon
 2011 Blood Lies (TV Series)
Street Bum
- Murder and Pizza (2011) ... Street Bum
 2011 Gun Fight (Short)
Vincent
 2008 Greek (TV Series)
Kappa Tau Active
- No Campus for Old Rules (2008) ... Kappa Tau Active (uncredited)
 2007 Gameface
Drug Dealer
 2006 Dorm Daze 2 (Video)
Walla Group (voice, uncredited)
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 2011 Gun Fight (Short) (producer)
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 2011 Soul Surfer (production assistant)

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