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Terrence E McNally

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Terrence E. McNally

Born( 1948-05-29 ) May 29, 1948 (age 72)
OccupationWriter , actor , radio host
Spouse(s)Julie Brown (1983-1989; divorced)
Years active1977-2006

Terrence E. McNally Gender: Male Date of birth: 29 May 1948 Place of birth: New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA Roles: Guest Actor Character: b'tardat Terrence E. McNally is an actor who plays b'tardat in Star Trek: Next Generation fourth season episode half Life. He filmed his scenes for this episode on Friday 8 March 1991 on Paramount Stage 8. McNally, who hails from Massachusetts, was trained at Harvard University's American Conservatory Theatre. He has been acting on television since the 1970s, appearing on such series as Amazing Spider-Man, Lou Grant, Hotel, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Santa Barbara, LA Law, studio 5-B, Perfect Strangers, Who's Boss?, And Baywatch. In addition, McNally had a brief recurring role in the primetime soap opera Dallas in 1985, during which he worked with series regular Susan Howard and fellow Guest star Robert Walker. He also had a small recurring role in Joan Collins ' series Dynasty that same year. In the late 1980s, he had a recurring role in Knots Landing, appearing in at least five episodes of the series, including one with Lisa Wilcox. More recently, he was a regular on CBS daytime soap opera Young and Restless during the 1993-94 television season. He also had a brief recurring role on short-live Paramount Television series Models Inc., Along with Steve Vinovich. Outside of his work in episodic Television, McNally had small roles in make-for-TV movies such as To Kill Cop, Silent Lovers, Blood Feud, and When Your Lover leave. McNally's early feature film credits include small parts in Battle Beyond Stars, Nine To Five, and Looker. He later had a major supporting role in the 1989 dance drama Tap and co-Star with fellow TNG alumni John de Lancie and Gates McFadden in the 1990 comedy film Taking Care of Business. He also appeared in the 1992 comic drama When Party's Over, along with Raymond Cruz, Willie Garson, and Brian McNamara. McNally's most recent film was the 2006 dramedy Two Weeks. McNally was married to actress and singer Julie Brown from 1983 through 1989. During their marriage, they co-write script and some of the songs for the campy 1988 science fiction musical Earth Girls Are Easy, which featured Michael McKean and Charles Rocket. McNally was also an associate producer for this film and had a small role as a TV soap opera doctor.

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Filmography

Filmography

YearTitleRoleNotes
1980Battle Beyond the StarsGar
19809 to 5Policeman
1981LookerTechnician in Scanning Room
1988Earth Girls Are EasySoap Opera Doctor
1989TapBob Wythe
1990Taking Care of BusinessHamilton
1993When the Party's OverDavid Berryman
2006Two WeeksGerald Corwin

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