The "Frasier" star offers a poignant tribute to the actor who died Sunday.
"Frasier" star John Mahoney died Sunday of a slew of health woes, including brain disease and cancer.
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John Mahoney's death was caused by multiple health complications which included brain disease and lung cancer. Our sources say the "Frasier" star's official causes of death include brain disease, lung cancer and seizures. We're told Mahoney also…
John Mahoney, a veteran character actor best known for playing the curmudgeonly dog-loving father of the title character in TV's Frasier, has died, his publicist said Monday. He was 77 years old. Mahoney, who played Martin Crane, father of Frasier Crane and Niles Crane, on the long-running sitcom, died Sunday in Chicago after a short illness, according to Wendy Morris.
John Mahoney was a Tony Award-winning actor, a longtime member of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company, and a reliably great supporting player in numerous films. But when the news broke earlier today that Mahoney had died Sunday at the age of 77, practically every obituary and social media post about him ... More »
Actor John Mahoney, best known for playing the perennially annoyed ex-cop father of Frasier and Niles Crane on NBC’s hit sitcom “Frasier,” has died. TMZ reports that Mahoney died Sunday in hospice care in Chicago. He was 77. Mahoney received...
The actor was best-known for his 11-year stint on the NBC hit, but he was a veteran of the Chicago theater scene before making his way to the New York stage.
John Mahoney passed away at the age 77 on Sunday. His manager confirmed the sad news that the Frasier star had passed while under hospice care at his home in Chicago. Though his accent would never betray it, Mahoney was born in Blackpool, England. He didn't move to the U.S. until he was 19 and didn't start [...]
John Mahoney, a veteran actor likely best remembered by most television viewers for his long-time role on the sitcom Frasier, died Sunday in Chicago. He was 77 years old. According to Mahoney's publicist, the star had been under hospice...Show More Summary
TMZ reports: John Mahoney, the beloved dad on “Frasier,” has died in Chicago … TMZ has learned. According to John’s publicist … he passed away Sunday in hospice care. The British-born actor famously played Martin Crane, the father of...Show More Summary
John Mahoney, one of TV’s favorite dads, died Sunday, according to TMZ.
John Mahoney, the actor best known for playing Martin Crane on NBC's Frasier, has died. He passed away on Sunday in hospice care. He was 77.
John Mahoney, who played Kelsey Grammer’s father on the hit NBC sitcom Frasier, died on Sunday, Deadline has confirmed. He was 77. Born in England, Mahoney first discovered acting at the Stretford Children’s Theater. His interest in acting brought him to the United States and studied at Quincy University before joining the Army. Show More Summary
Actor John Mahoney, best know for playing Martin Crane, the curmudgeonly father to Frasier Crane on the show Frasier, died on Sunday. His publicist confirmed the news to TMZ, which first reported his death, and said that Mahoney was in hospice care at the time of his passing. The actor ... More »
British-born actor played Martin Crane on 1993-2004 series starring Kelsey Grammer.
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Looking for Frasier hot takes in 2017? The New Statesman has you covered. In “Martin Crane’s Hideous Chair Was The True Star Of Frasier,” author Helen Lewis argues that the crusty, puke-colored armchair that John Mahoney’s Martin slouches...Show More Summary