Paul Cronin, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Date of Death


Paul Cronin

Australian actor

Date of Birth: 08-Jul-1938

Place of Birth: Jamestown, South Australia, Australia

Date of Death: 13-Sep-2019

Profession: actor, radio personality, television actor

Nationality: Australia

Zodiac Sign: Cancer

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About Paul Cronin

  • Paul Cronin (8 July 1938 – 13 September 2019) was an Australian actor who played roles in the Australian television series Matlock Police and The Sullivans.
  • He won the Silver Logie five times, including three years consecutively from 1978, the most awarded actor in Australia, alongside Martin Sacks.He was born to a farming family in Wistow, South Australia in 1938.
  • As a young man Cronin moved to Melbourne where he worked in a variety of jobs.
  • After actively seeking an acting career, he performed in various Crawford Productions including Division 4 and Homicide.
  • Cronin appeared as motorcycle policeman Gary Hogan in the Crawford Productions drama Matlock Police (1971–1976), followed by its spin-off Solo One (1976).
  • He played the central character of Dave Sullivan in the popular soap opera The Sullivans from 1976 to 1983.
  • In 1986 Cronin led a consortium with Christopher Skase which was awarded the inaugural licence for the Brisbane Bears in the then-Victorian Football League.
  • He was president of the club from 1987-1989.

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