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John Mackin (III) (1921–2006)

John Mackin was born on April 17, 1921 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. He was an actor, known for BBC Play of the Month (1965), The Unforeseen (1958) and Encounter (1952). He was married to Catherine. He died on January 10, 2006 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. See full bio »

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Known For

BBC Play of the Month
BBC Play of the Month Kenneth O'Donnell
(1966)
The Unforeseen
The Unforeseen John Dixon
(1959)
Encounter
Encounter Sanderson
(1958-1959)
Playdate
Playdate Frank / Von Natzmer
(1963)

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 1966 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Kenneth O'Donnell
- Lee Oswald: Assassin (1966) ... Kenneth O'Donnell
 1966 Theatre 625 (TV Series)
Specialist
- Focus (1966) ... Specialist
 1963-1965 The Forest Rangers (TV Series)
Johnson / Mr. Johnson
- Santa Macleod (1965) ... Johnson
- Uncle Raoul and the Moose (1964) ... Johnson
- The Shooting Match (1964) ... Johnson
- Let There Be Rain (1964) ... Mr. Johnson
- Hidden Gold (1964) ... Johnson
 1963 Playdate (TV Series)
Frank / Von Natzmer
- Willow Circle (1963) ... Frank
- The Ninety-Ninth Day (1963) ... Von Natzmer
 1959 The Unforeseen (TV Series)
John Dixon
- Pastorale (1959)
- The Monsters (1959) ... John Dixon
 1958-1959 Encounter (TV Series)
Sanderson
- A Question of Discipline (1958) ... Sanderson
 1958 On Camera (TV Series)
Salvation Army Captain
- Alias Mr. Pollard (1958) ... Salvation Army Captain
 1957 The Rustler and the Reindeer (TV Movie)
Father
 1954 The Far Country
Miner (uncredited)
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