Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Sean McClory Biography (1924-)
Born March 8, 1924, in Dublin, Ireland; son of Hugh Patrick (an architect andcivil engineer) and Mary Margaret (a model; maiden name, Ball) McClory; married P. Souris (divorced); married M. B. Morrison (divorced); married Sue Alexander (died, 1979); married Peggy Webber (an actress and producer), March 17,1983; children: Duane, Kevin, Cathleen. Addresses: HOME--6612 WhitleyTerrace, Los Angeles, CA 90068. AGENT--c/o Steve Stevens, Twentieth CenturyArtists, 3518 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Suite 316, Los Angeles, CA 90068.
- Birth Details
- March 8, 1924
- Dublin, Ireland
- STAGE DEBUT--Mickey Linden, The Shining Hour, La Jolla Playhouse, CA, 1947.
- BROADWAY DEBUT--Rory Commons, King of Friday's Men, Playhouse Theatre, 1951, for three performances.
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK
- Member of the resident company, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, for two and one half years.
- member of resident company, Gaelic Theatre, Galway, for twelve years.
- Also performed at: Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles; Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles; La Jolla Playhouse; Valley Music Theatre; Sombrero Theatre; Lobero Theatre; member of the John Ford Stock Company; appeared as Seamus Shields, Shadow of a Gunman, C.A.R.T. Theatre, 1984. Founded, managed, and acted for TaraTheatre, San Francisco.
Credits; MAJOR TOURS
- The Lady's Not for Burning, Dial M for Murder, West Coast cities.
- TELEVISION DEBUT--The O'Branigans of Boston, ABC, 1950.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION APPEARANCES; SERIES
- Jack McGivern, The Californians, NBC, 1959.
- Overland Trail, NBC, 1960.
- Pat McShane, Kate McShane, CBS, 1975.
- General Hospital, ABC, 1980.
- Myles Delany, Bring 'em Back Alive, CBS, 1982.
- Lux Video Theatre, CBS.
- Shirley Temple Theatre, NBC.
- Climax, CBS.
- Four Star Playhouse, CBS.
- The Islanders, ABC.
- Convoy, NBC.
- Sugarfoot, ABC.
- Daniel Boone, NBC.
- Cavalcade of America, NBC.
- Surfside Six, ABC.
- Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, CBS.
- Have Gun Will Travel, CBS.
- Restless Gun, NBC.
- General Electric True Theatre, CBS.
- Adventures in Paradise, ABC.
- Iron Horse, ABC.
- Here Come the Brides, ABC.
- The Real McCoys, ABC.
- The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, ABC.
- My Three Sons, ABC.
- Make Room for Daddy, ABC.
- Rawhide, CBS.
- Stagecoach West, ABC.
- This Is the Life, DuMont.
- Wagon Train, NBC.
- Matinee Theatre.
- Beverly Hillbillies, CBS.
- Suspense Playhouse, CBS.
- Death Valley Days, syndicated.
- Lancer, CBS.
- Medic, NBC.
- The Rifleman, ABC.
- Lost in Space, CBS.
- Mannix, CBS.
- One Step Beyond, syndicated.
- Tarzan, NBC.
- Broken Arrow, ABC.
- My Favorite Martian, CBS.
- Wanted Dead or Alive, CBS.
- Family Affair, CBS.
- The Untouchables, ABC.
- High Chaparral, NBC.
- Men from Shiloh, NBC.
- Bonanza, NBC.
- The Virginian, NBC.
- Honey West, ABC.
- Alfred Hitchcock Presents, CBS.
- Thriller, NBC.
- The Monroes, ABC.
- Gunsmoke, CBS.
- Kung Fu, ABC.
- S.W.A.T., ABC.
- Little House on the Prairie, NBC.
- Columbo, NBC.
- Fish, ABC.
- The Battlestar Galactica, ABC.
- The Blue Knight, CBS.
- Trapper John, M.D., CBS.
- Strike Force, ABC.
- Fantasy Island, ABC.
- Lottery, ABC.
- Simon and Simon, CBS.
- Falcon Crest, CBS.
- The New Daughters of Joshua Cabe, 1976.
- MINI-SERIES Captains and the Kings, NBC.
- Once an Eagle, NBC.
- How the West Was Won, ABC.
- The Women of Ballybunion.
- FILM DEBUT--Irish-American Cop, Dick Tracey vs. the Claw, RKO, 1946.
Credits; PRINCIPAL FILM APPEARANCES
- Dick Tracy vs. Cueball, RKO, 1946.
- Daughter of Rosie O'Grady, 1950.
- Anne of the Indies, 1951.
- Lorna Doone, 1951.
- The Quiet Man, Republic, 1952.
- Island in the Sky, 1953.
- Plunder of the Sun, 1953.
- Ring of Fear, 1954.
- Them, Warner Brothers, 1954.
- The Long Grey Line, Columbia, 1955.
- Moonfleet, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1955.
- I Cover the Underworld, Republic, 1955.
- The King's Thief, MGM, 1955.
- Diane, MGM, 1956.
- Guns of Fort Petticoat, Columbia, 1957.
- Valley of the Dragons, Columbia, 1961.
- Cheyenne Autumn, Warner Brothers, 1964.
- Mara of the Wilderness, Allied Artists, 1965.
- Follow Me Boys, Buena Vista, 1966.
- The Gnome-Mobile, Buena Vista, 1967.
- The Happiest Millionaire, Buena Vista, 1967.
- Two of a Kind, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1983.
- My Chauffeur, Crown International, 1986.
- Also: The Secret Sharer; Well of the Saints; My Pal Rusty; Beyond Glory;Roughshod; Botany Bay; Niagara; Rogues March; Storm Warning; Les Miserables;What Price Glory?; Man in the Attic; Day of the Wolves; Roller Boogie.
- PLAYS,PRODUCED Moment of Truth, Masquers Theatre, Hollywood, CA, 1970.
- Feature writer and co-editor, "The Jester," Masquers Club, Hollywood, 1976.
- editor, "American National Theatre Academy (ANTA) Monthly," 1977- 79.
- feature writer and photo editor, "The Benedictine Annual," 1980, and editor, Pax, "Benedictine Commemorative Annual," 1981, both St.
- Andrews, CA.