Where Are They Now - Friday, January 5, 2018
British actor P.H. Moriarty has one of those memorable faces that every character actor wishes that they had. Make sure you visit Celebrity Nooz
to get a glimpse of his mug.
Learn about his interesting backstory and his memorable appearances in films and on television.
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--DEAD OR ALIVE?--
See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":
Elizabeth Peña: Starred in "Jacob's Ladder", "Rush Hour", "Lone Star", and many others.
Keir Dullea: Starred as "2001: A Space Odyssey", "2010", "Black Christmas", and many others.
Julie Christie: Played Lara in the movie "Dr. Zhivago", she also appeared in "Demon Seed", "Shampoo", "Heaven Can Wait" and other movies
(Answer at the bottom)
Learn More About P.H. Moriarty on Celebrity Nooz
February 27, 1939 in London, England, UK
Patrick H. Moriarty
CLAIM TO FAME:
English actor known for memorable appearances in The Long Good Friday, Jaws 3-D, and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
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The English native P.H. Moriarty began acting late in life, having worked for many years in other professions, including as a boxer and a longshoresman.
While a film crew was shooting a scene on the English docks one day, the production crew discovered Moriarty working there, and they asked him to act in the film. Thus began his acting career.
He also has starred in various British television programs.
WHERE IS HE NOW:
Moriarty seems to have retired from acting. His last screen appearance was back in 2015 in the short film, Persian Eyes.
2015 Persian Eyes (Short)...James
2014 Evil Never Dies...Eugene McCann
2007 The Riddle...D.I. Willis / Constable Frederick (as P H Moriarty)
2006 The Battersea Ripper
2005 GB3-Being Young (TV Movie)...Mr. Elak
2005 Submerged (Video)...Chief
2005 Judge John Deed (TV Series)...Steve Gross
- Popular Appeal (2005) ... Steve Gross
- Separation of Powers (2005) ... Steve Gross
- Defence of the Realm (2005) ... Steve Gross
2004 Doctors (TV Series)...Archie Reece
- Rolling Stone
2003 Children of Dune (TV Mini-Series)...Guerney Halleck / Gurney Halleck
- Episode #1.3 (2003) ... Guerney Halleck
- Episode #1.2 (2003) ... Guerney Halleck
- Episode #1.1 (2003) ... Gurney Halleck
2000 Dune (TV Mini-Series)...Gurney Halleck
- Episode #1.3 (2000) ... Gurney Halleck
- Episode #1.2 (2000) ... Gurney Halleck
- Episode #1.1 (2000) ... Gurney Halleck
1989-2000 The Bill (TV Series)...Reg Barnes / Terry / Baines / ...
- Riot City (2000) ... Reg Barnes
- Puzzled (1998) ... Terry
- For Your Love (1998) ... Baines
- Saturday Night Fever (1989) ... 1st Brewery Man
1998 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels...Hatchet Harry
1997 Thief Takers (TV Series)...Max
- After the Goldrush
1992 Chaplin...Workhouse Official
1992 Patriot Games...Court Guard
1991 For the Greater Good (TV Series)...DAC Spittal
1990 The Paradise Club (TV Series)...Evil Jim Dalton
- Lord of the Files
1989 Dear Sarah (TV Movie)...Warder Deans
1989 Screen One (TV Series)...Anthony James May
- The Accountant
1986 The Monocled Mutineer (TV Mini-Series)...Wall Eye
- Before the Shambles
1985 Number One (TV Movie)...Mike the Throat
1983 The Nation's Health (TV Series)...Staff - Chris Hogan
- Collapse (1983) ... Staff - Chris Hogan
- Chronic (1983) ... Staff - Chris Hogan
- Decline (1983) ... Staff - Chris Hogan
- Acute (1983) ... Staff - Chris Hogan
1983 Jaws 3-D...Jack Tate
1982 The Professionals (TV Series)...Harris
- Operation Susie
1982 Strangers (TV Series)...Jimmy McNemany
- With These Gloves You Can Pass Through Mirrors (Part 2) (1982) ... Jimmy McNemany
1982 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)...Taylor
- Jake's End
1982 Bird of Prey (TV Series)...Security Guard
- Printout Urgent (1982) ... Security Guard
- Process Priority (1982) ... Security Guard
1982 The Gentle Touch (TV Series)...Dealer
- One of Those Days
1981 Outland...Man No. 1
1981 The Chinese Detective (TV Series)...Rose
1980 The Long Good Friday...Razors
1980 Fox (TV Series)...Wesley
1980 Bloody Kids (TV Movie)...Police 1
1979 A Sense of Freedom...Prison Warder
1979 Play for Today (TV Series)...David Bray
1979 Scum...Hunt (as P.H.Moriarty)
1979 Quadrophenia...Barman at Villain's Pub
1978 Law & Order (TV Mini-Series)
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--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--
Elizabeth Peña - DEAD (Liver Cirrhosis)
Born: September 23, 1959 Died: October 14, 2014
Keir Dullea - ALIVE
Born: May 30, 1936
Julie Christie - ALIVE
Born: April 14, 1941
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