An American actor and musician by the name of Dermot Mulroney. He is most recognized for his roles in dramas and romantic comedies on television and in movies.
Dermot Mulroney Biography
He is also well-known for his roles in movies like Young Guns (1988) and Sunset (1988). Where the Day Takes You (1992), Point of No Return (1993), and Staying Together (1989). The Wedding Date (2005), About Schmidt (2002), and My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997). Osage County (2013) and Insidious: Chapter 3 were released in August. The HBO movies Long Gone (1987) and The Last Outlaw (1993) are also noteworthy.
Mulroney played the cello in the school and community youth orchestras while attending Matthew Maury Elementary School. She also participated in local children’s theater.
Dermot attended George Washington High School for his ninth and tenth grades before transferring to T. C. Williams High School, where he graduated in 1981. Dermot, a cellist, participated in the Interlocked Arts Camp during his sophomore year in high school.
He graduated in 1985 from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he majored in communications and was a member of the fraternity Phi Gamma Delta.
Dermot Mulroney Age
Dermot was born on October 31, 1963, in Alexandria, Virginia, U.S. He is [agecalc birthdate=1963-10-31]
Dermot Mulroney Family
Michael Mulroney and Ellen Mulroney gave birth to Mulroney. Michael, who is originally from Elkader, Iowa, began teaching law at Villanova University School of Law in the 1990s after thirty years of working in a tax law firm in Washington, D.C. His mother was a regional theater performer who was born in Manchester, Iowa.
He was the middle child of five siblings when he was born. Mulroney has a younger brother named Kieran Mulroney who works as an actor and playwright, two elder brothers named Conor and Sean, and a younger sister named Moira.
Dermot Mulroney and Wife
In 2008, Mulroney wed Italian Tharita Catulle. They have two daughters.
Dermot Mulroney Catherine Keener
Dermot and Catherine Keener first crossed paths in 1986 while filming Survival Quest, and they later were married in 1990. Together, they have a son. Dermot filed for divorce on June 11, 2007, citing irreconcilable differences, following their separation in May 2005. Their divorce became legally binding on December 19, 2017.
Dermot Mulroney Children
Clyde Keener Mulroney, the singer-son of Dermot and Keener, was born on June 21, 1999. Mabel, who was born in 2008, and Sally June, who was born in 2009, are his two daughters. The family is a Los Angeles resident.
Dermot Mulroney Actor
Dermot responded to a sign-up sheet and went on an audition in front of WMA agent Barbara Gale during his senior year of college. He was given a contract and asked to move to Hollywood by her. Before getting the part of the male lead in his debut in Sin of Innocence, Dermot spent three months in auditions.
He played a stepbrother who becomes romantically involved with his stepsister after their parents get married in Sin of Innocence (1986), and he played the boyfriend in Daddy (1987), which was about a couple who struggled with being parents while still in their twenties.
He played the son of Richmond Flowers Sr., an opponent of Alabama Governor George Wallace’s segregationist policies, in the 1989 film Unconquered.
He played the first HIV/AIDS patient to pass away on-screen in Longtime Companion (1989), and in Where the Day Takes You (1992), he portrays the head of a group of young runaways attempting to make it on the streets of Los Angeles.
In the Emmy Award-nominated Family Pictures (1993), which dealt with the difficulties of raising an autistic child, and Bastard out of Carolina (1996), which dealt with assault and molestation, Mulroney performed supporting roles.
He starred in the 1988 baseball film Long Gone, for which he received a Cable ACE Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie.
He met Catherine Keener while filming Survival Quest in 1989. In 1986, during filming, Mulroney dove into a river to save Catherine after she became entangled in the flow and floated perilously close to some whitewater rapids. They were then rescued half a mile downstream. In the end, the couple was hitched in 1990.
They then collaborated on four more movies, including Lovely & Amazing (2001), Heroine of Hell (1996), Box of Moonlight (1996), and Living in Oblivion (1995). He won Best Actor at the Seattle International Film Festival for his work in Samantha (1991) and Where The Day Takes You (1992).
During this time, Dermot had several appearances in western movies, including Bad Girls in 1994, Silent Tongue and The Last Outlaw in 1993, and Young Guns in 1988.
After the two previously appeared on screen in Bright Angel (1990), for which he earned the Jury Special Prize at the Torino International Festival of Young Cinema, their four-part partnership would begin with the Sam Shepard-directed Silent Tongue.
Dermot co-starred in the comedies-dramas Staying Together (1989), The Thing Called Love (1993), which was the second of two projects he worked on with River Phoenix before his passing, and There Goes My Baby (1994), which was first released in 1990.
Dermot Mulroney The Wedding Date
In 2005’s The Wedding Date, he costarred with Debra Messing as a male escort. Alongside Sarah Jessica Parker, he co-starred in the ensemble picture The Family Stone. Mulroney played Martin Price in the 2011 film Abduction.
In 2003, he played Gavin Mitchell on the television show Friends. In three episodes of the ninth season, Dermot might be seen having a brief romance with Rachel. His final televised appearance for several years would be this one.
Later, in a May 2007 interview, he admitted that he had declined TV series roles in favor of movies. Dermot voiced the Green Lantern/Hal Jordan in three episodes of the fifth season of The Batman animated series in 2007.
In 1993, Mulroney, who also featured in the film, penned the song “Someone Else’s Used Guitar” for Peter Bogdanovich’s The Thing Called Love.
In the Joaquin Phoenix-directed music video for the song “Tired of Being Sorry” by the band Ringside, he also made a brief appearance. Along with performing songs for the film and four other songs, he is also recognized for his acting.
Dermot Mulroney Shameless
He portrayed Dr. Walter Wallace in Pure Genius, Dr. Francis Gibson in Crisis on NBC, and Sean Pierce in Shameless on Showtime.
Dermot Mulroney Height
Dermot stands 1.77 meters tall.
Dermot Mulroney Scar
Dermot discusses how he acquired his scar in an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Sunday magazine Splash and how it has since helped him in his career.
I’ve always had it since it was a very long time ago, he added. I was carrying a dish for our pet rabbits when I was three and a half years old. I tripped over it, it broke, and I landed on it.
Despite the fact that I was only three years old, I clearly recall that day. Although I don’t consider it or notice it, it has always existed. Without a doubt, it belongs on my face, directly below my right nostril. That is its proper place.