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  1. He released an LP record titled MacGowran Speaking Beckett to coincide with Samuel Beckett's 60th birthday in 1966, and he won the 1970–71 Obie for Best Performance By an Actor in the off-Broadway play MacGowran in the Works of Beckett.

  2. Mar 15, 1991 · Tara MacGowran was born on November 6, 1964 as Tara …. Tara MacGowran was born on November 6, 1964 as Tara Maria MacGowran. She is an actress and producer, known for Secret Places (1984), Mother Krampus (2017) and The Dawning (1988). She has been married to Michael Adams since August 4, 2007. IMDb.

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  4. He released an LP record, "MacGowran Speaks Beckett", to coincide with Samuel Beckett's 60th birthday. While Jack MacGowran was making Dance of the Vampires (1967), Roman Polanski and Gérard Brach , wrote the original story for Wonderwall (1968), especially for MacGowran to play the part of Professor Collins.

    • John Joseph MacGowran
    • 5' 7" (1.7 m)
    • October 13, 1918 in Dublin, Ireland
  5. Director Bud Yorkin with a gag in which the text and narration was run twice, to the first scene for now grown-up switched-twin brothers, the peasant pair, Claude and Charles (Gene Wilder, Donald Sutherland), running afoul of their compromised French Revolution boss Jacques (Jack MacGowran), in Start The Revolution Without Me, 1970.

  6. Jack MacGowran’s last screen role was as a film director in The Exorcist, one of the key movies of the 1970s. Although he will always be remembered as the iconic Beckett actor, over three decades, Jack MacGowran carved a name for himself in the history of the cinema. His untimely death in January 1973 undoubtedly deprived us of some great ...

  7. Jack MacGowran, Actor: The Quiet Man. Jack MacGowran was an Irish actor, probably best known for his work with Samuel Beckett. He established his professional reputation as a member of the Abbey Players in Dublin, while he achieved stage renown for his knowing interpretations of the works of Samuel Beckett. He appeared as Lucky in Waiting For Godot at the Royal Court Theatre, and with ...