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August 21, 1996 | CHUCK CRISAFULLI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
His face is generally better known than his name, and actor John Mahoney says that's fine with him as long as the work keeps coming his way. "It happens all the time," said the actor probably best known as the Crane brothers' gruffly sensible father, Marty, on TV's "Frasier." "People come and say, 'We loved "Moonstruck," we love "Frasier." . . . What's your name again?' I've got a sturdy ego, and it doesn't bother me.
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April 21, 2009 | Diane Haithman
Spending time with mild-mannered John Mahoney, 68, makes it hard to figure out why he often gets cast as the tough guy. TV audiences know him as retired cop Marty Crane from the sitcom "Frasier," a no-nonsense guy who delights in deflating the egos of pompous psychiatrist sons Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce).
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September 29, 2000 | ANNE BERGMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dean Cain fought typecasting and won the role; John Mahoney wove the shooting schedule around his hectic "Frasier" filming. Would you guess the roles both actors strived so hard to get were in a low-budget romantic comedy from a first-time director, set in West Hollywood, about a group of twentysomething gay men? Even director-writer Greg Berlanti admitted he didn't know how to react when veteran actor Mahoney, who plays Dr.
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September 29, 2000 | ANNE BERGMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dean Cain fought typecasting and won the role; John Mahoney wove the shooting schedule around his hectic "Frasier" filming. Would you guess the roles both actors strived so hard to get were in a low-budget romantic comedy from a first-time director, set in West Hollywood, about a group of twentysomething gay men? Even director-writer Greg Berlanti admitted he didn't know how to react when veteran actor Mahoney, who plays Dr.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 21, 2009 | Diane Haithman
Spending time with mild-mannered John Mahoney, 68, makes it hard to figure out why he often gets cast as the tough guy. TV audiences know him as retired cop Marty Crane from the sitcom "Frasier," a no-nonsense guy who delights in deflating the egos of pompous psychiatrist sons Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce).
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March 16, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The New Show Factor: CBS will premiere "The Human Factor," a new drama starring John Mahoney, on April 16 at 10 p.m. The series, about a doctor and his medical school students, is from Dick Wolf, executive producer of NBC's "Law & Order." The show will run for eight weeks as a spring replacement series for "Knots Landing."
NEWS
December 30, 1990
John C. Mahoney, 55, drama critic and television and theater writer for several publications--including the Los Angeles Times--and a former president (1981) of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle. Most recently, he worked as an account executive for several public relations agencies. On Sunday in San Gabriel of the complications of a stroke.
SPORTS
April 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Brian Mahoney, an assistant for 16 years to Lou Carnesecca, will succeed him as St. John's basketball coach. The school called a news conference today to announce the replacement for Carnesecca, who retired April 13 after 24 seasons. Mahoney reportedly was the only person interviewed for the job.
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March 12, 1996 | Associated Press
Brian Mahoney on Monday was dismissed as coach of St. John's, which finished 11-16, its worst record in 33 years, and lost to Providence, 80-72, in the first round of the Big East tournament. It was Mahoney's third consecutive nonwinning season in his four years since replacing Lou Carnesecca. Athletic Director Ed Manetta said Mahoney was "asked to step down." Mahoney had completed the third year of a seven-year contract.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 14, 2008
On the boards: John Mahoney, best known for his long-running role as the father on NBC's "Frasier," will star in Conor McPherson's "The Seafarer" at the Geffen Playhouse in Westwood next April. -- Movie academy: Sid Ganis has been elected to his fourth consecutive term as president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Ganis is founder of Out of the Blue . . . Entertainment.
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August 21, 1996 | CHUCK CRISAFULLI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
His face is generally better known than his name, and actor John Mahoney says that's fine with him as long as the work keeps coming his way. "It happens all the time," said the actor probably best known as the Crane brothers' gruffly sensible father, Marty, on TV's "Frasier." "People come and say, 'We loved "Moonstruck," we love "Frasier." . . . What's your name again?' I've got a sturdy ego, and it doesn't bother me.
SPORTS
March 12, 1996 | Associated Press
Brian Mahoney on Monday was dismissed as coach of St. John's, which finished 11-16, its worst record in 33 years, and lost to Providence, 80-72, in the first round of the Big East tournament. It was Mahoney's third consecutive nonwinning season in his four years since replacing Lou Carnesecca. Athletic Director Ed Manetta said Mahoney was "asked to step down." Mahoney had completed the third year of a seven-year contract.
SPORTS
April 29, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Brian Mahoney, an assistant for 16 years to Lou Carnesecca, will succeed him as St. John's basketball coach. The school called a news conference today to announce the replacement for Carnesecca, who retired April 13 after 24 seasons. Mahoney reportedly was the only person interviewed for the job.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 16, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The New Show Factor: CBS will premiere "The Human Factor," a new drama starring John Mahoney, on April 16 at 10 p.m. The series, about a doctor and his medical school students, is from Dick Wolf, executive producer of NBC's "Law & Order." The show will run for eight weeks as a spring replacement series for "Knots Landing."
NEWS
December 30, 1990
John C. Mahoney, 55, drama critic and television and theater writer for several publications--including the Los Angeles Times--and a former president (1981) of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle. Most recently, he worked as an account executive for several public relations agencies. On Sunday in San Gabriel of the complications of a stroke.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 17, 1995
Regarding the article on playwright Lynn Siefert ("The Unlikeliest of Love Stories," by Janice Arkatov, Dec. 3): Roseanne did not stage the initial reading of "Little Egypt." It was the premiere presentation of the "One Night Only" benefit, a celebrity play-reading series held on occasional Mondays at the Coronet Theatre that I produce. She was part of a cast that included Laurie Metcalf, David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney, Annie Potts and Gregg Henry. It was a brilliant evening and the series continues.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 9, 1999
Warren Beatty, Danny DeVito, Garry Marshall, Rhea Perlman, Neil Simon, Stephen Sondheim, James Burrows, Jon Landau and Gina Gershon are among those scheduled to attend a benefit performance of Tina Landau's "Space" today at the Mark Taper Forum. The performance will be followed by dinner and a reception at Cafe Pinot. Proceeds will benefit Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company, which includes ensemble members such as Gary Sinise, John Malkovich, Laurie Metcalf, Joan Allen and John Mahoney.
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