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Mary McPartlan

Biography

b. 1955, near Drumkeeran, Region Leitrim, Eire. McPartlan sang with an organization in the first 70s and in addition in duo with Mary Gilhooley as Calypso. While doing work for the POSTOFFICE, McPartlan added politics tunes to her repertoire of traditional music. In 1983 she remaining the POSTOFFICE and became associated with the Simon Community in Galway. McPartlan founded Riabhóg Performers Golf club in Galway and was also energetic with Galway Youngsters Theatre. On tv, McPartlan co-founded the TG4 Country wide Traditional Music Honours as well as for TG4 was co-producer of FLOSC. In 1992 McPartlan sang within the Midnight Courtroom for Druid Theater Company. Through the remainder from the 90s, she proved helpful notably with Skehana, aimed theatrical shows projecting traditional Irish music and dance, and created a ethnic exchange program between Eire and Argentina. In the first 00s, McPartlan aimed the brand new Irish Country wide Music Center in Ennis, State Clare, co-ordinated Eire’s participation on the International Tone of voice Festival, kept in Lvov, Ukraine, and co-produced for TG4 a documentary on Nan Tom Groupín De Burca. In 2003, she created a present in NEVADA, Nevada, which tracked the annals of Irish music and lifestyle. McPartlan also works a PR and arts consultancy company.

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Full Name Mary McPartlan
Music Songs Petticoat Loose, The Holland Handkerchief, Lovely Sailor Boy, Rainy Night in Soho, The Tide Full In, Saw You Running, Slieve Gallion Braes, Johnny Lovely Johnny, Caoine Sheáin Mhic Searraigh, One I Love, Black Waters / Packie’s Waltz, How Can I Live at the Top of the Mountain, Cúmha, Sios Faoi Braoch Loch Aileann, Peat Bog Soldiers, Generous Lover, The Cuckoo, The L&n Don’t Stop Here Anymore, Tribute to Jean, The Month of January, Lord Randall, Pretty Saro, Lord Gregory, Hangman, Victor Jara, Wild Mountainside, Loving Hannah, Aura Lee, Lumè Lumè, As I Roved Out / Joe O'Dowds Barndance, Kiss the Moon, Lowlands
Albums From Mountain to Mountain, Petticoat Loose, The Holland Handkerchief


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#Fact
1 Gave birth to her only child at age 21, a daughter Heidi K. Baum on March 3, 1966. Child's father is her husband, Lal Baum.
2 Stepdaughter of Anne Jeffreys.
3 Later became a florist and designer in the Sun Valley, Idaho, area, and today only infrequently appears in films. Has one daughter, Heidi Bates Hogan.
4 Actor Richard Egan was her godfather.
5 Was to co-star with Margaret Leighton in the Broadway play "The Chinese Prime Minister" in 1964, but was fired during the tryouts for being too young to play a sexy nymphet.
6 Her aunt was singer/songwriter Bonnie Lake, who wrote such standards as "Sandman," "I've Got Your Number," and "Gracias.".
7 At 19, she and Danny Lockin, who later played Barnaby in the film version of Hello, Dolly! (1969), screen-tested for the part of Liesl and Rolf in the movie blockbuster The Sound of Music (1965), eventually losing out to Charmian Carr and Daniel Truhitte.
8 Debuted on the cover of Seventeen magazine with Troy Donahue in June 1962, then soloed for the May 1963 issue.
9 In the film The Whales of August (1987), Tisha played the same character as her mother, Ann Sothern, in flashbacks as a younger woman--named Tisha.
10 Daughter of actors Ann Sothern and Robert Sterling


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Breakfast of Champions 1999 Beatrice Keedsler
Dark Horse 1992 Officer Ross
The Whales of August 1987 Young Tisha
The Young and the Restless 1986 TV Series Connie / Operator
Burned at the Stake 1982 Karen Graham
Charlie's Angels 1979-1981 TV Series Mary / Singer
The Feather and Father Gang 1977 TV Series
In the Glitter Palace 1977 TV Movie Grace Mayo
McMillan & Wife 1977 TV Series Anna Meridio
Police Woman 1976 TV Series Celia
Serpico 1976 TV Series Jenny
The Killer Inside Me 1976 Amy Stanton
Kiss Me, Kill Me 1976 TV Movie Maureen Coyle
The Space-Watch Murders 1975 TV Movie
Crazy Mama 1975 Sheba - 1932
Caribe 1975 TV Series Sue Mallory
Sonic Boom 1974 Short Lori Truck
Betrayal 1974 TV Movie Gretchen Addison aka Adele Murphy
The Wide World of Mystery 1974 TV Series Kimberly
The New Perry Mason 1973 TV Series Susan
Columbo 1973 TV Series Linda Johnson
Hawaii Five-O 1973 TV Series Eadie Scott
Snatched 1973 TV Movie Robin Wood
Ironside 1972 TV Series Wanda Bolen
Another Part of the Forest 1972 TV Movie Birdie
Night Gallery 1972 TV Series Fern
Medical Center 1972 TV Series Dr. Maggie Craig
The Sixth Sense 1972 TV Series Annette Gordon
A Death of Innocence 1971 TV Movie Buffie Cameron
The Sandpit Generals 1971 Dora
Bearcats! 1971 TV Series Beth Parkinson
The Virginian 1971 TV Series Melissa
Insight 1970-1971 TV Series Mary
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers 1971 TV Series Joyce Hyland
The Immortal 1970 TV Series Julie Dudley / Nancy Dudley
Night Slaves 1970 TV Movie Annie Fletcher / Naillil
Norwood 1970 Marie
The Bold Ones: The New Doctors 1969-1970 TV Series Joan McPartland / Casey Woods
Big Daddy 1969
CBS Playhouse 1969 TV Series
The Name of the Game 1969 TV Series Alice Ward / Niobe Redsmith
Coogan's Bluff 1968 Linny Raven
The Name of the Game Is Kill! 1968 Nan Terry
Journey to Shiloh 1968 Airybelle Sumner
It Takes a Thief 1968 TV Series Madame Trish Marcu
Bonanza 1968 TV Series Laura Jean Pollard
Run for Your Life 1967 TV Series Tia
The Road West 1967 TV Series Tassie
Get Smart 1967 TV Series Miss U.S.A.
T.H.E. Cat 1966 TV Series Phoebe
Batman 1966 TV Series Legs
Vacation Playhouse 1966 TV Series Elsie Stanhope
Slattery's People 1965 TV Series Cindy Markham
Village of the Giants 1965 Jean
The Long, Hot Summer 1965 TV Series Susan Beauchamp
The Donna Reed Show 1965 TV Series Teresa
Mr. Novak 1965 TV Series Myra
Dr. Kildare 1965 TV Series Sheila Winfield
The Alfred Hitchcock Hour 1964 TV Series Rachel
The Ann Sothern Show 1960 TV Series Girl in Lift

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sandpit Generals 1971 performer: "When I See a Star", "When the Sun Comes Shining Through"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Over Easy 1978 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1974 TV Series Herself - Guest
That Regis Philbin Show 1964 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Hollywood Screen Tests: Take 1 1999 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
Rodgers & Hammerstein: The Sound of Movies 1996 TV Movie documentary Liesl (screen test)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1966 Gold Medal Photoplay Awards Most Promising New Star (Female)


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