Redmond Gleeson

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Redmond Gleeson
Born
Martin Gleeson

(1935-01-26) 26 January 1935 (age 85) [1]
Dublin, Ireland
OccupationActor
Spouse(s)Melissa Penelope Gleeson
(1963–?) [1] Mardiah Gleeson (? – present) [2]
Children9 (+1 deceased)

Redmond Gleeson (born Martin Gleeson; 26 January 1935) [1] is an Irish stage, film, and television actor from Dublin.

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Life and career

Gleeson (born Martin Gleeson) won a scholarship to study theatre arts at Miami University in Ohio. [2] After graduating he lived in Aspen, Colorado where he co-founded and acted with the High Country Players. [3]

In 1968 he moved from Aspen to Los Angeles where he has appeared in many stage productions, including Look Homeward Angel , Buddy's Girl, for which he won a Drama-Logue Award, and Kevin's Bed, for which he won a Back Stage Garland Award.[ citation needed ]

In addition to his film and television work, he produced, directed and has acted for years in the adaptation of Bloomsday, he co-wrote with T.S. Kerrigan. [4] Gleeson has nine children. Another, the eldest, Raynard Martin Gleeson, predeceased his parents. When not acting, Gleeson resides in Kalimantan, Indonesia with his wife, Mardiah. [1] [2]

Filmography

Films

YearFilmRoleNotes
2007Sibling RivalryRedmondShort
2006 The Tripper Dylan/Father
2003A Foreign AffairFuneral directorReleased on DVD as 2 Brothers & a Bride
2002 Project Viper Local Mantelevision film
It Could HappenFather MurphyShort
2001 Hunger Old Man
1997St. Patrick's DayThomas
1996 Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story Irish Man
1992SinatraCop No. 1television film
1991 Shout Minister (credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)
1990 Backstreet Dreams Dempsey
Young Guns II Murphy Man
Too Young to Die? Janitor (credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)television film
1988 Bulletproof Father Riley (credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)
1987 The Dead Nightporter
1986Hollywood HarrySkeeter
1984 Dreamscape Snead
1983 Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land Budtelevision film, re-released on video as Starflight One
1982Mae WestReverend Braggtelevision film
Thou Shalt Not Kill television film
1981SizzleMinistertelevision film
St. Helens Hendricks
Cattle Annie and Little Britches Red Buck
1980Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking StoryJacksontelevision film
A Rumor of War Sgt. Furthtelevision film
The Octagon Duffy
1979 Steel Harry
The Best Place to Betelevision film
The Ordeal of Patty HearstSheriff's Deputytelevision film
1978 True Grit Harrisontelevision film, also called True Grit: A Further Adventure
1977Captains CourageousPhillipstelevision film
1976 Pipe Dreams Hollow Legs
Wanted: The Sundance Woman(credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)television film
Midway Pvt. Dombrowski – Radio Man (uncredited)
Law and OrderRev. Martin O'Malleytelevision film
1975Last Hours Before MorningHopkinstelevision film
CaponeN.Y. Cop No. 2
1974 Roll, Freddy, Roll! Mantelevision film
Trapped Beneath the Sea PO1 Stantontelevision film
Airport 1975 Passenger (uncredited)
Mr. and Mrs. CopOfficer Irv Pyle (credited as Redmond Gleason)television film
1971The Ski BumHead Dope Dealer

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
1991 My Life and Times Hawker"Millennium"
1990 L.A. Law Foreperson (credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)"Armand's Hammer"
1989 Guns of Paradise Judge Prine (credited as Redmond Glesson)"A Matter of Honor: Part 1"
1987 Santa Barbara Will MortonEpisode #1.717
1985 George Burns Comedy Week Hanlon"The Dynamite Girl"
1984WeekendTV short
1983 St. Elsewhere Mr. Landrum"Under Pressure"
St. Elsewhere Garth Landrum"Entrapment"
1982 Cagney & Lacey Sammy"High Steel"
1981 The Dukes of Hazzard Ben Wilkenson"10 Million Dollar Sheriff Part 1"
1980 Lou Grant Francie Fitzgerald"Guns"
1979Ike: The War YearsRileyTV mini-series
1978 The Paper Chase Red"Da Da"
1976Arthur Hailey's the MoneychangersVernon JaxTV mini-series
Columbo George Thomas"Now You See Him"
1975 Columbo Arnold"A Deadly State of Mind"
M*A*S*H Sergeant Callan"Dear Ma"
Kojak Det. Houston"How Cruel the Frost, How Bright the Stars"
Cannon Gas Station Attendant"Coffin Corner"
1974 The Snoop Sisters O'toole"Black Day for Bluebeard"

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