John Mahoney - Frasier's, Martin Crane - Memorial Thimble

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John Mahoney, who starred as Martin Crane in US sitcom Frasier, died at the age of 77 on 4 February 2018. Mahoney become one of the show's most loved characters, playing Frasier and Niles Crane's cranky father. Born in Blackpool on 20 June 1940, Mahoney moved to the US as a young man after his older sister,Vera, who was married to an American, agreed to sponsor him. After university in Illinois he joined the US army to speed up his citizenship process before teaching English at Western Illinois University in the early 1970s and serving as the editor of a medical journal. Unhappy with his career, he took acting classes and in 1977 joined the Steppenwolf Theatre where a performance in the play Orphans propelled him into the world of film. After roles in a few films he appeared in Frasier's first episode in 1993 and starred in the Cheers spin-off until its final episode in 2003. He received two Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe nominations for his role as Martin Crane. After Frasier he worked on Broadway and appeared as an elderly drag queen in an ER episode.

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John Mahoney, who starred as Martin Crane in US sitcom Frasier, died at the age of 77 on 4 February 2018. Mahoney become one of the show's most loved characters, playing Frasier and Niles Crane's cranky father. Born in Blackpool on 20 June 1940, Mahoney moved to the US as a young man after his older sister,Vera, who was married to an American, agreed to sponsor him. After university in Illinois he joined the US army to speed up his citizenship process before teaching English at Western Illinois University in the early 1970s and serving as the editor of a medical journal. Unhappy with his career, he took acting classes and in 1977 joined the Steppenwolf Theatre where a performance in the play Orphans propelled him into the world of film. After roles in a few films he appeared in Frasier's first episode in 1993 and starred in the Cheers spin-off until its final episode in 2003. He received two Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe nominations for his role as Martin Crane. After Frasier he worked on Broadway and appeared as an elderly drag queen in an ER episode.