Cormack Dennehy Bio, Wiki
Cormack Dennehy is the son of Brian Dennehy and Jennifer Arnott. The Hollywood star died on April 15th in Connecticut as per TMZ. He was 81 years old. The actor, whose career spanned five decades, died of natural causes. There will not be an autopsy.
Cormack Dennehy Quick Facts
He was born in 1993 (Age – 27)
|Parents||Brian Dennehy, Jennifer Arnott|
|Siblings||Kathleen Dennehy, Elizabeth Dennehy, Sarah Dennehy, Deirdre Dennehy|
|Education||Pomfret School (2011)|
Being the son of Brian Dennehy
Cormack Dennehy Age, Education
He was born in 1993 and is currently 27 years old and went to Pomfret School (2011). Pomfret School is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory boarding and day school in Pomfret, Connecticut,
Cormack Dennehy Parents
Cormack parents are actor, Brian Dennehy, and Jennifer Arnott. The two have two children from their marriage, a son, Cormack and a daughter, Sarah Dennehy. Brian Dennehy married his second wife, Jennifer Arnott, in 1988. They remained together until the time of his death after celebrating more than 30 years of marriage.
Dennehy has three children from his first marriage to Judith Scheff. They were married from 1959 to 1974. Brian and Judith had three children together, all daughters. Their children were Elizabeth Dennehy, Kathleen Dennehy, and Deirdre Dennehy.
Elizabeth Dennehy followed in her father’s footsteps to become an actress. She is known best for “Hancock,” “Red Dragon,” and “The Game,” according to her IMDB profile. She also landed a role in “Seinfeld.” She and her husband, James Lancaster, have two children.
Elizabeth confirmed his father’s death saying that his death was not related to COVID-19, but she did not specify his cause of death. She described him as “larger than life, generous to a fault,” and a “proud and devoted father and grandfather.”
Brian Dennehy Career
The actor, who got his start in Hollywood in the 70s and was best known for TV shows like “M*A*S*H, Kojak, Lou Grant and Dallas. In 1981, he landed a recurring role on Dynasty.
His breakout movie role was as Sheriff Teasle opposite Sylvester Stallone in the 1982 Rambo film, “First Blood.” His most notable comedic role was playing Big Tom Callahan in the 1995 Chris Farley film “Tommy Boy.” Other notable films roles included appearing in “Gorky Park,” “Sliverado,” and “F/X” and its sequel.
In 2001, Dennehy won a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor for the film Death of a Salesman. He was also a theater actor who won two Tony Awards. One was for the theater version of Death of a Salesman, and the other was in 2003 for Long Day’s Journey Into Night.
His most recent acting roles are in The Blacklist or voicing the character Django in Ratatouille.
Brian Dennehy Death & Cause
Dennehy died of natural cause on April 15th, 22020 at the age of 81. There will not be an autopsy.
His daughter, actress Elizabeth Dennehy, confirmed his death on Twitter Thursday.
“It is with heavy hearts we announce that our father, Brian passed away last night from natural causes, not Covid-related,” she wrote. “Larger than life, generous to a fault, a proud and devoted father and grandfather, he will be missed by his wife Jennifer, family and many friends.”
It is with heavy hearts we announce that our father, Brian passed away last night from natural causes, not Covid-related. Larger than life, generous to a fault, a proud and devoted father and grandfather, he will be missed by his wife Jennifer, family and many friends. pic.twitter.com/ILyrGpLnc3
— Elizabeth Dennehy (@dennehyeliza) April 16, 2020