Edward Mulhare Biography (1923-1997)

Born April 8, 1923, in Cork, Ireland; died of lung cancer, May 24, 1997, in Los Angeles, CA. Actor. An Irish actor trained with a British accent, Mulharebecame known to American audiences when he took over Rex Harrison's role as Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady (1957 to 1960), and from his role as Daniel Gregg on the popular television comedy The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1968 to1970), which earned him an Emmy nomination. He began acting as a young man in Ireland, eventually moving to London and appearing in a 1951 production ofOthello, which starred Orson Welles and was directed by Laurence Olivier. HisAmerican stage credits include Devil's Advocate (1961), Mary, Mary (1961 to1962) and tours with Camelot and Deathtrap. He gained widespread fame with American audiences with Mrs. Muir and as Devon Miles on NBC's Knight Rider (1982 to 1986), which starred David Hasselhoff. He made an appearance with Hasselhoff again in 1996 on the series Baywatch. Mulhare's other television appearances include The Outer Limits (1963), Streets of San Francisco (1972), Battlestar Galactica (1979), and Hotel (1987). He also appeared in the movies Von Ryan's Express (1965), Eye of the Devil (1967) and, with Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, Out to Sea (1997).

Birth Details
April 8, 1923
Cork, Ireland
Death Details
May 24, 1997
Los Angeles, California, United States

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