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Also Known As: Died: February 4, 2018
Born: June 20, 1940 Cause of Death: throat cancer
Birth Place: Blackpool, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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2001:
Co-starred in the L.A. premiere of the stage drama "The Weir"
2007:
Co-starred in the Broadway revival of the play "Prelude to a Kiss"
1998:
Returned to Steppenwolf to star in revival of "The Man Who Came to Dinner"; production transferred to London for brief run, marking Mahoney's London stage debut
1983:
TV-movie debut, "Listen to Your Heart" (CBS)
1979:
Joined the Steppenwolf Theatre Company; appeared in Steppenwolf production of "The Hothouse", "Taking Steps", "Death of a Salesman"
1989:
Played Ione Skye's father in Cameron Crowe's "Say Anything"
1993:
Played retired police office/father Martin "Marty" Crane on the long running NBC series, "Frasier"; earned Golden Globe (1994, 2001) and Emmy (1999, 2003) nominations for Best Supporting Actor
1987:
Was cast in the award winning "Moonstruck," starring Cher
2007:
Co-starred as the father of Steve Carell and Dane Cook in "Dan in Real Life"
1982:
Made his film debut in "Mission Hill"
1985:
Made his New York stage debut in "Orphans"
1982:
Made his series debut as a cop on "Chicago Story"
1977:
Enrolled in classes at Chicago's St. Nicholas Theater (co-founded by David Mamet); met John Malkovich
1994:
Had a small role as a diva talk show host who torments Winona Ryder's character in "Reality Bites"
1977:
Made professional stage debut in "The Water Engine" in Chicago at age 37
1986:
Won a Tony Award for his performance in John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves"
2009:
Joined the cast of provocative HBO series "In Treatment"
2010:
Appeared in the coming-of-age drama "Flipped," based on Wendelin Van Draanen's novel of the same name
2011:
Had a recurring role on "Hot in Cleveland"
2015:
Appeared in his final screen role on an episode of "Foyle's War"

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