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David O'Hara

Full / Real Name: David Patrick O'Hara
Born: 09 July 1965 (56 years old)
Gender: Male

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David O'Hara is a Scottish actor best known for his starring role as Det. Danny 'Mac' McGregor in the first season of the crime procedural television series The District (2000-2001); and for his role as Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, in the fourth and final season of the period drama series The Tudors, in 2010.


Television Roles

Show

Character

Alistair Fitz

Dmitri Larionov

Ed Gein

Reggie Payne

DSU George Stark

DS Rankine

Detective Danny McGregor (Season 1)

Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey


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