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Gerard Maguire

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Gerard Maguire

Australian stage, voice and television actor, best known for his role as Deputy Governor Jim Fletcher in Prisoner add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1945.

Countries: United States (43%), Australia (43%), United Kingdom (14%)

Main connections: Arizona, Fiona Spence

Linked to: Melbourne Theatre Company, Australian Broadcasting Corporation




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Gerard Maguire was born in 1945 add something


In the late 1960s and the 1970s he was a guest actor on drama series "Dynasty", "Ryan", and on police procedural series "Matlock Police", "Homicide" and "Division 4" add something


Maguire began acting during the late 1960s, shortly after graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art with a bachelor of arts add something


Often appearing on Australian television police dramas and soap operas throughout the 1970s and 80s, he is one of Australia's top voice actors, voicing numerous commercial and narrations during the 1990s and early 2000s add something


A late arrival during the first season of "Prisoner", Maguire joined the cast in mid 1979 as Deputy Governor Jim Fletcher and eventually became the only main male character during his three years on the series add something


Maguire eventually left "Prisoner" during the show's 4th season in early 1982 add something


During 1983, Maguire starred as Dr. John Rivers in the television series "Starting Out" add something


After the series cancellation, Maguire made a guest appearance on "Special Squad" and had supporting roles in "The Surfer" and "Alice to Nowhere" before returning to the stage in 1986 to perform in David Williamson's "Sons of Cain" which ran for five-months in London's West End add something


In 1987, was a television presenter for "Ground Zero" and twice appeared on "The Flying Doctors" during the next two years add something


During the mid-to-late 1990s, Maguire appeared in the television movies "Heart of Fire", "The Fury Within" and "The Finder" as well as the guest appearances on the television series "Water Rats", "Murder Call" and "All Saints" add something


He became a voice actor, eventually narrating hundreds of commercials and, in 1995, was the voice of Titanium Man in the cartoon "Iron Man" add something


In 1995, he moved back to Australia with Alsobrook when she accepted a position as president of Australia's largest independent film production and distribution company, REP add something


During the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, he was the announcer during the diving events add something


Although continuing to be involved in a number of film projects with his wife, he became involved in local theatre agreeing to appear in theatrical performances with the Canyon Moon Theatre Company and, in April 2002, appeared as the narrator in "Side By Side By Sondheim" at the Old Marketplace in West Sedona, Arizona add something


After a five-year absence, Maguire made an appearance in the 2007 independent film "Brothel" add something


Fiona Spence - In November 2009 Spence joined former cast members Gerard Maguire and Val Lehman in the UK for a celebration with fans of the 30th anniversary of Prisoner first airing in Australia