|Who is it?||Actor|
|Birth Day||September 10, 1924|
|Birth Place||Dublin, Ireland, Ireland|
|Age||96 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||26 June 2002(2002-06-26) (aged 77)\nTunbridge Wells, Kent, England|
|Spouse(s)||Hazel Court (m. 1949; div. 1963) Diana Scougall (m. 1968; div. 1974) Elizabeth Madeleine Annear (m. 1974; d. 1993)|
|Children||4, including Elisabeth Dermot Walsh|
In 1945 Walsh moved to Britain and briefly joined the Croydon Repertory. Upon his return to Dublin he was spotted by a talent scout from the Rank Organisation. This led to parts in Bedelia, Hungry Hill and The Mark of Cain, and the beginning of Walsh's career in film. He appeared in seven films as a leading man, before returning to the theatre. Walsh later resumed his film career in a series of B movies. He appeared in over forty films made for film and a hundred for television, making his final film appearance in 1983.
Walsh was married three times. His married Actress Hazel Court in 1949, and the couple had daughter Sally (1950) before divorcing in 1963. He next married Actress Diana Scougall in 1968, and the couple had son Michael (1969) before divorcing in 1974. He married Actress Elizabeth Annear that same year, and the couple had two daughters, Actress Elisabeth Dermot Walsh (1974) and Olivia (1977), before Elizabeth Annear died in 1993.
Walsh's television work included appearances in Danger Man, No Hiding Place and Softly, Softly. He played the title role in the 39 half-hour episodes series Richard the Lionheart between 1962 and 1963.