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Ara Parseghian (1923–2017)

Ara Parseghian was born on May 21, 1923 in Akron, Ohio, USA. He was previously married to Kathleen Davis. He died on August 2, 2017 in Granger, Indiana, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 94) in Granger, Indiana, USA

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Known For

(1977)
ABC's College Football Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach / Self
(1966-1970)
The Bob Hope Show Self - Notre Dame football coach
(1974)
1976 Liberty Bowl Self - Color Commentator
(1976)

Filmography

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 2018 Hesburgh (Documentary)
Self
 2015 Onward Notre Dame: Mutual Respect (TV Movie documentary)
Self - Notre Dame Head Coach, 1964-1974
 2006 ESPN 25: Who's #1? (TV Series documentary)
Self
 2000 ESPN SportsCentury (TV Series documentary)
Self
- Bud Wilkinson (2000) ... Self
 1987 1987 Cotton Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1986 1986 John Hancock Sun Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1986 1986 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1986 1986 Cotton Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1985 1985 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1982 Wake Up the Echoes: The History of Notre Dame Football (Video documentary)
Self - Head Coach, 1964-1974
 1981 1981 Gator Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1980 1980 Gator Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1980 1980 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1979 1979 Gator Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1979 1979 Liberty Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1979 1979 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1978 1978 Gator Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1978 1978 Liberty Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1978 1978 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1978 1978 Sugar Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1977 1977 Army-Navy Game (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1977 1977 Sugar Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1976 1976 Liberty Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Color Commentator
 1975 1975 Orange Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1974 The Bob Hope Show (TV Series)
Self - Notre Dame football coach
 1974 The Mike Douglas Show (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #13.112 (1974) ... Self
 1973 1973 Sugar Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1973 1973 Orange Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1971 The Bob Braun Show (TV Series)
Self - Notre Dame Football Coach
- Episode dated 11 June 1971 (1971) ... Self - Notre Dame Football Coach
 1971 1971 Cotton Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1966-1970 ABC's College Football (TV Series)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach / Self
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. USC Trojans (1970) ... Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Missouri Tigers (1970) ... Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
- Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (1969) ... Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
- Purdue Boilermakers vs. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1966) ... Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1970 1970 Cotton Bowl (TV Special)
Self - Notre Dame Fighting Irish Head Coach
 1964 That Regis Philbin Show (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #1.31 (1964) ... Self
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Personal Details

Publicity Listings:

1 Portrayal | 2 Articles | See more »


Spouse:

Kathleen Davis  (his death)  (3 children)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[asked if he would ever seek another coaching job at the collegiate level] After Notre Dame, what is there? See more »

Trivia:

Inducted into the Miami University (OH) Athletics Hall of Fame in 1969 (inaugural class). See more »

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