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Greg Mullavey His movie credits include "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" (1969), "C.C. and Company" (1970), "Raid on Rommel" (1971), "The Birdmen" (1971), "The Love Machine" (1971), "The Christian Licorice Store" (1971), "I Dismember Mama" (1972), "Stand Up and Be Counted" (1972), "The Single Girls" (1974), "The Disappearance of Flight 412" (1974), "The Hindenburg" (1975, as Herbert Morrison), "My Friends Need Killing" (1976) and "The Census Taker" (1984).
Greg Mullavey On stage, he appeared opposite Marlo Thomas in the 2015 New York debut of Joe DiPietro's play "Clever Little Lies" at the Westside Theatre.
Greg Mullavey Mullavey changed the spelling of his surname from Mulleavy so as to distinguish himself from his father, who had the same name. He appeared on television series including "Storefront Lawyers", "Blue Light", "The Rockford Files", "All in the Family", "Bonanza", "The Virginian", and "Hawaii Five-O". He played Eddie Gallagher on "Rituals", as well as Carly's grandfather on "iCarly". Mullavey played Tom Hartman on the iconic 1970's comedy, "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" and Mule Canby in the TV miniseries "Centennial".
Greg Mullavey He made a 1970 guest appearance on "Petticoat Junction" in the episode "How to Arrange a Marriage". His character, Jerry Roberts, was the love interest of Billie Jo Bradley, portrayed by his wife, Meredith MacRae.
Greg Mullavey His father, Greg Mulleavy, played Major League Baseball for the White Sox, Red Sox, third base coach for Brooklyn Dodgers and LA Dodgers.
Greg Mullavey Greg Mullavey (born Gregory Mulleavy, September 10, 1939, Buffalo, New York) is an American film and television actor, best known for his role as Tom Hartman on the television series "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" and Carly and Spencer Shay's grandfather in many episodes of the hit Nickelodeon television series, "iCarly".
Greg Mullavey Mullavey was married to actress Meredith MacRae from 1969 until 1987, when they divorced; they had one child, daughter Allison Mullavey.
Greg Mullavey He has lived with actor/writer Ariana Johns since 1999.
Joe DiPietro "Clever Little Lies" ran in late 2013 at George Street Playhouse and debuted in New York's Westside Theatre in 2015 with Marlo Thomas and Greg Mullavey.
Meredith MacRae MacRae was also popular in the game-show genre, appearing in numerous shows including: "Funny You Should Ask", "Match Game" (60's 70's and 90's versions), "What's My Line?", "I've Got a Secret", "Personality", "Snap Judgement", "He Said, She Said" (with then-husband Greg Mullavey), "Tattletales" (also with Mullavey), "Hollywood Squares", "The Dating Game", "To Tell the Truth", "Password" (ABC version), "$10,000 Pyramid", "$25,000 Pyramid, Break the Bank", "Celebrity Whew!", "Beat the Clock", "Card Sharks", and "Family Feud". Prior to this, she had even hosted an unsold game show pilot called "$50,000 a Minute" alongside Geoff Edwards in 1985.