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26 January 1935
|Spouse(s)||Melissa Penelope Gleeson|
(1963–?) Mardiah Gleeson (? – present)
|Children||9 (+1 deceased)|
Redmond Gleeson (born Martin Gleeson; 26 January 1935)is an Irish stage, film, and television actor from Dublin.
Gleeson (born Martin Gleeson) won a scholarship to study theatre arts at Miami University in Ohio.After graduating he lived in Aspen, Colorado where he co-founded and acted with the High Country Players.
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.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.
|2003||A Foreign Affair||Funeral director||Released on DVD as 2 Brothers & a Bride|
|2002||Project Viper||Local Man||television film|
|It Could Happen||Father Murphy||Short|
|1997||St. Patrick's Day||Thomas|
|1996||Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story||Irish Man|
|1992||Sinatra||Cop No. 1||television film|
|1991||Shout||Minister (credited as Redmond M. Gleeson)|
|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)|
|1983||Starflight: The Plane That Couldn't Land||Bud||television film, re-released on video as Starflight One|
|1982||Mae West||Reverend Bragg||television film|
|Thou Shalt Not Kill||television film|
|Cattle Annie and Little Britches||Red Buck|
|1980||Alcatraz: The Whole Shocking Story||Jackson||television film|
|A Rumor of War||Sgt. Furth||television film|
|The Best Place to Be||television film|
|The Ordeal of Patty Hearst||Sheriff's Deputy||television film|
|1978||True Grit||Harrison||television film, also called True Grit: A Further Adventure|
|1977||Captains Courageous||Phillips||television 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 Order||Rev. Martin O'Malley||television film|
|1975||Last Hours Before Morning||Hopkins||television film|
|Capone||N.Y. Cop No. 2|
|1974||Roll, Freddy, Roll!||Man||television film|
|Trapped Beneath the Sea||PO1 Stanton||television film|
|Airport 1975||Passenger (uncredited)|
|Mr. and Mrs. Cop||Officer Irv Pyle (credited as Redmond Gleason)||television film|
|1971||The Ski Bum||Head Dope Dealer|
|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 Morton||Episode #1.717|
|1985||George Burns Comedy Week||Hanlon||"The Dynamite Girl"|
|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"|
|1979||Ike: The War Years||Riley||TV mini-series|
|1978||The Paper Chase||Red||"Da Da"|
|1976||Arthur Hailey's the Moneychangers||Vernon Jax||TV 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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