Mullavey, Greg 1939- (Gregory Mullavey, Grey Mullavey, Greg Mullavy, Gregory Mullavy)

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Mullavey, Greg 1939- (Gregory Mullavey, Grey Mullavey, Greg Mullavy, Gregory Mullavy)


Born September 10, 1939, in Buffalo, NY; son of Greg Mullavey, Sr. (a baseball player, scout, and coach); married Meredith MacRae (an actress and singer), 1969 (divorced, 1987); children: Allison. Education: Attended Hobart College; trained for the stage with Sanford Meisner and Herbert Berghof in New York City.


Actor. Sometimes credited as Gregory Mullavey, Greg Mullavy, and Gregory Mullavy. Previously worked in insurance and advertising.


Film Appearances:

(As Gregory Mullavy) Phelps, The Shakiest Gun in the West, Universal, 1968.

Group leader, Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice, Columbia, 1969.

Harry, The Marigold Man, Emerson, 1970.

Lizard, C. C. and Company (also known as Chrome Hearts), Embassy, 1970.

Robin Schwartz, The Christian Licorice Store, National General, 1971.

Bob Summers, The Love Machine, Columbia, 1971.

Private Peter Brown, Raid on Rommel, Universal, 1971.

Harley Burton, Stand Up and Be Counted, Columbia, 1972.

Greg, Single Girls (also known as Bloody Friday and Private School), Dimension, 1973.

Detective, I Dismember Mama (also known as Poor Albert and Little Annie and Crazed), Europix, 1974.

Morrison, The Hindenburg, Universal, 1975.

Dan Craig, Gypsy Angels, 1980.

Harold Green, I'm Going to Be Famous, International Film Sales, 1982.

Detective Lou Ryan, Vultures (also known as Flesh and Bullets and Vultures in Paradise), 1983.

George, The Census Taker (also known as Husbands, Wives, Money & Murder), Seymour Borde, 1984.

Gene Kline, My Friends Need Killing, Nick Felix, 1984.

Harry Danvers, The Check Is in the Mail (also known as The Cheque Is in the Post), Ascot Entertainment, 1986.

George Stubbs, The Education of Allison Tate (also known as The Abduction of Allison Tate), 1986.

Ralph Duris, Body Count (also known as The 11th Commandment), Manson International, 1988.

Director, Twenty Dollar Star, Paramount Home Video, 1991.

William Gary, Undertow, 1991.

Freddie, Molly & Gina (also known as Burnill and A Time to Die), 1993.

Frame-Up II: The Cover-Up (also known as Deadly Conspiracy), 1993.

The Wacky Adventures of Dr. Boris and Nurse Shirley, Seventh Arts Releasing, 1995.

George Linden, NewsBreak, MTI Home Video, 2000.

Jewel man, $pent, 2000.

Pascoe, Southside, 2001.

Professor Jackson, Banana Moon, 2003.

Pascoe, Southside (also known as Cock & Bull Story), 2003.

Television Appearances; Series:

Tom Hartman, Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, syndicated, 1976-77, retitled Forever Fernwood, syndicated, 1977-78.

Sam Wilder, Wilder and Wilder, CBS, 1978.

Max Quintzel, Number 96, NBC, 1980-81.

Eddie Gallagher, Rituals, NBC, 1984-85.

Shades of L.A., syndicated, 1990.

Father McEvoy, The Bold and Beautiful (also known as Belleza y poder), CBS, 2000.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Mule Canby, Centennial, NBC, 1978-79.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Man in funeral parlor, Companions in Nightmare, NBC, 1968.

Sparrow, The Birdmen (also known as The Escape of the Birdmen and Operation Braindrain—Codename: Chessboard), ABC, 1971.

Liam Price, Cry Rape!, CBS, 1973.

Lieutenant Tony Podryski, The Disappearance of Flight 412, NBC, 1974.

Tom Malik, Children of Divorce, NBC, 1980.

Not Quite Human, 1987.

Charlie Greene, Who Gets the Friends?, CBS, 1988.

(Uncredited) Mike Maglin, The Hollywood Detective, USA Network, 1989.

Dr. Phil Masters, Not Quite Human II, The Disney Channel, 1989.

Elroy, Following Her Heart, NBC, 1994.

(Uncredited) Hart to Hart: Crimes of the Hart, 1994.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Mike, Quarantined (also known as House on the Hill), ABC, 1970.

David Goldberg, Wednesday Night Out, NBC, 1972.

Chuck Powell, Switch (also known as Las Vegas Runaround), CBS, 1975.

Ritter, Big Eddie, CBS, 1975.

Mickey Paterno, Having Babies (also known as Giving Birth), ABC, 1976.

Sam Wilder, Wilder and Wilder, CBS, 1978.

Happy Burlson, Crash Island, NBC, 1981.

Ed Fiore, This Is Kate Bennett, ABC, 1982.

Mr. Rogers, She's with Me, CBS, 1982.

Television Appearances; Specials:

The National Love, Sex, and Marriage Test, NBC, 1978.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"Shadows of an Afternoon," Route 66, CBS, 1963.

(As Gregory Mullavey) Jerry, "But Who Shall Beat the Drums?," Ben Casey, ABC, 1964.

(As Gregory Mullavy) Frank Meade, "Sergeant Carter, Marine Baby Sitter," Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., 1964.

(As Gregory Mullavy) German sergeant, "Beneath the Ashes," Combat, ABC, 1965.

"A Shade of Kaiser Bill," The Wackiest Ship in the Army, NBC, 1965.

(As Gregory Mullavy) Carl, "When the Wind Blows," The Fugitive, ABC, 1965.

"For San Diego, You Need a Different Bus," Ben Casey, ABC, 1966.

(As Gregory Mullavy) Shen, "Ring-a-Ding Dingbat," Gidget, ABC, 1966.

"How to Kill a Soldier," Blue Light, ABC, 1966.

(As Gregory Mullavy) Lieutenant Connol, "The Chase of Fire Raid," The Rat Patrol, 1966.

Third special agent, "The Spy-Master," The F.B.I., 1966.

Second special agent, "The Scourge," The F.B.I., 1966.

(As Gregory Mullavy) Heinz, "Echo of Yesterday," Mission: Impossible, CBS, 1967.

Kabe, "Commitment at Angelus," Bonanza (also known as Ponderosa), NBC, 1968.

John Galt, "The Sins of the Father," The Guns of Will Sonnett, 1968.

Businessman, "The Honeymooners; Sleepy Time Gal," The Jackie Gleason Show (also known as The Color Honeymooners), 1968.

(As Grey Mullavey) J. R. Morton, "Joshua Watson," The Big Valley, ABC, 1969.

William McGraw, "The Girl in the Shadows," The Virginian (also known as The Man from Shiloh), NBC, 1969.

Ted Baxter, "A Lot of Muscle," The Outsider, NBC, 1969.

Latham Green, "The Allies," Daniel Boone, NBC, 1969.

Georgie, "The Great Chess Gambit," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1969.

Clay Royce, "L'Chayim," Ironside (also known as The Raymond Burr Show), NBC, 1969.

Playboy After Dark, 1969.

"Shadow Game," CBS Playhouse, CBS, 1969.

Bob Peterson, "Bob and Rhoda and Teddy and Mary," The Mary Tyler Moore Show (also known as Mary Tyler Moore), CBS, 1970.

Jerry Roberts, "How to Arrange a Marriage," Petticoat Junction, CBS, 1970.

Frank Alber, "The Deceived," Medical Center, CBS, 1970.

"The Steal-Driving Man," It Takes a Thief, ABC, 1970.

"Ordeal," Paris 7000, ABC, 1970.

Tam, "Breakdown," The Most Deadly Game, ABC, 1970.

"The Bird on the Mast," Insight, syndicated, 1971.

"Hot, Hot Car," The Mod Squad, ABC, 1971.

"Marathon," Men at Law, CBS, 1971.

"The Anniversary," The Smith Family, ABC, 1971.

Deputy Lee Harper, "How to Rob a Bank in One Hard Lesson," Alias Smith and Jones, ABC, 1971.

Virgil Colter, "The Legend," Gunsmoke (also known as Gun Law and Marshal Dillon), CBS, 1971.

Dan, "The Loser," Medical Center, CBS, 1971.

"Marathon," Storefront Lawyers (also known as Men at Law), 1971.

Jordan, "One Ace Too Many," Bonanza (also known as Ponderosa), NBC, 1972.

Steve Craig, "Harry Nobody," Adam-12, NBC, 1972.

"Dinner of Herbs," Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), 1972.

Lee, "Hard Rock Roller Coaster," Cannon, CBS, 1973.

Cerberus, "The Listener," Hawaii Five-O (also known as McGarrett), CBS, 1973.

"Deadline," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1973.

Father Kling, "A Joyful Song," Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), ABC, 1973.

Mills, "Nightmare," Medical Center, CBS, 1973.

Beck, "The Kidnapping," Shaft, CBS, 1973.

Kenny Hall, "Love Me in December," Ironside (also known as The Raymond Burr Show), NBC, 1973.

Stuart Henderson, "Mike's Friend," All in the Family, CBS, 1974.

John Reed, "Death and the Favored Few," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1974.

Tom Dalton, "Last Flight to Babylon," Marcus Welby, M.D. (also known as Robert Young, Family Doctor), ABC, 1974.

Kalloway, "The Avenger," Cannon, CBS, 1974.

Dirk Schaffer, "Aura Lee, Farewell," The Rockford Files (also known as Jim Rockford, Private Investigator), NBC, 1975.

This Is the Life (also known as The Fisher Family), syndicated, 1975.

"The Price," Apple's Way, CBS, 1975.

Beau, "Trail of Terror," Streets of San Francisco, ABC, 1975.

"Short Fuse," Bronk, CBS, 1975.

Brad Rankin, "Three Guns for New York," McCloud, NBC, 1975.

Tattletales, 1976.

Celebrity Sweepstakes, 1976.

The Merv Griffin Show, 1976.

Dinah! (also known as Dinah! & Friends), 1976.

The Alan Hamel Show, 1976.

The Cross-Wits, 1976, 1977.

"Is Anybody Listening?," Insight, syndicated, 1978.

Captain Tom Greenleigh, "Major Ego," M*A*S*H, CBS, 1978.

Arthur, Sweepstakes (also known as $weepstake$), NBC, 1979.

Gorman, "Eye Opener," Flying High, 1979.

Ben Rivers, "Diversions," Family, 1979.

"Jailhouse Doc," House Calls, CBS, 1980.

Coach Slattery, "Football Father," Diff'rent Strokes, NBC, 1980.

"Now You See Him, Now You Don't," Enos, CBS, 1981.

Fred Finger, "Detective Finger, I Presume," B. J. and the Bear, NBC, 1981.

Alan, "C.O.D.," Trapper John, M.D., CBS, 1981.

"Charleston Chase," Today's FBI, ABC, 1981.

"The Fiddler," Insight, syndicated, 1982.

"Every 90 Seconds," Insight, syndicated, 1982.

Lester Quillan, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy," Hart to Hart, ABC, 1982.

9 to 5, ABC, 1983.

Brent Nelson, "A Cry for Help," Cagney & Lacey, CBS, 1983.

"Deadly Access," The Whiz Kids, CBS, 1983.

Charlie Amos, Lenon's manager, "A Sense of Justice," Magnum, P.I., CBS, 1983.

Minister, As the World Turns, 1983.

You and Me Kid, 1983.

Philip Eames, "Murder, Take One," Automan, ABC, 1984.

Miles Thatcher, "Corpus Delecti," Simon and Simon, CBS, 1984.

Ira Trattner, "D-Day," Hardcastle and McCormick, ABC, 1984.

Biff, "Monsters in My Room," Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1985.

Allen Powell, "Dead Ringer," The Fall Guy, ABC, 1985.

Russell, "A Little Peace and Quiet," The Twilight Zone (also known as The New Twilight Zone), CBS, 1985.

Jerry McDonague, "Seoul on Ice," Hill Street Blues, NBC, 1985.

Walter Nash, "She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not," Spenser: For Hire, ABC, 1986.

Biff, Tales from the Darkside, syndicated, 1986.

Editor, "The Accident," Dynasty, 1986.

Randy, "Lucy Makes a Hit with John Ritter," Life with Lucy, ABC, 1986.

Sam Quigley, "Change of Life," Highway to Heaven, NBC, 1986.

Editor, "The Accident," Dynasty, ABC, 1986.

"Love and the Busy Husband," The New Love, American Style, ABC, 1986.

Gil Furnald, "Pigmallion," L.A. Law, NBC, 1987.

"Lottery Loser," True Confessions, syndicated, 1987.

Sheriff, "The Siege: Part 1," Dynasty, ABC, 1987.

Clay Graham, "Blind Justice," Matlock, NBC, 1987.

Fisher, "Burnout," Houston Knights, CBS, 1988.

Edward Travers, "Summer of '45," The Highwayman, NBC, 1988.

Mr. Curtis, "Adam See, Adam Do," Charles in Charge, syndicated, 1989.

"Two Left Feet," The Munsters Today (also known as The New Munsters), 1989.

"Neighborly Munsters," The Munsters Today (also known as The New Munsters), 1989.

Dr. Alan Carmichael, "You Took Advantage of Me," Jake and the Fatman, 1990.

Frank Gregson, "Shades of L.A.," Shades of L.A., 1990.

Hubie Meredith, "Homecoming," In the Heat of the Night, 1990.

Phil August, "Cries of Silence," Hunter, 1991.

Mr. Hudson, "Three Women and a Baby," WIOU, CBS, 1991.

"Oceans White with Phone," Civil Wars, 1992.

"A Mad Tea Party," L.A. Firefighters (also known as Fire Company 132), Fox, 1996.

Lattimore, "Victim of Victims," Profiler, NBC, 1998.

Tobey, "Father's Day," JAG, CBS, 1998.

Airplane reject, "My Brother's Keeper," ER, NBC, 1998.

"Lost Shipmen," Pensacola: Wings of Gold, syndicated, 1998.

Sutton, "Light My Fire," Philly, ABC, 2001.

Strong Medicine, Lifetime, 2005.

Granddad, "iWanna Stay with Spencer," iCarly, Nickelodeon, 2007.

Granddad, "iWant a World Record," iCarly, Nickelodeon, 2007.

Also appeared as contestant, Card Sharks; in Flying High; Pros and Cons.

Stage Appearances:

Leo Janowitz, Romantic Comedy, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York City, 1979.

Lenny Ganz, Rumors, Broadhurst Theatre, New York City, 1988-89.

The Lady from Maxim's, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston, MA, 1989-90.

Terence O'Keefe, Breaking Legs, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego, CA, 1989-90.

The Lay of the Land, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, 1990-91.

Gayev, The Cherry Orchard, Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles, 2002.

Tiger Brown, Threepenny Opera, Odyssey Theatre, 2005.

Also appeared as Ricky, Ah, Wilderness!, New York City; in City Lights, Burbank Theatre, Los Angeles; I Won't Dance, Gene Dynarski Theatre; Special Occasions; Barefoot in the Park; The Owl and the Pussycat; Dylan; Look Back in Anger; Luv; Twelfth Night; The Merchant of Venice; Hamlet; Long Days' Journey into Night; Summer and Smoke; Night of the Iguana; The Zoo Story; and The Odd Couple.

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