Walter Kinsella

Show Count: 14
Series Count: 5
Role: Old Time Radio Star
Old Time Radio
Born: August 16, 1900, New York City
Died: May 11, 1975, Englewood, New Jersey
Walter Kinsella (born August 16, 1900 in New York City, died May 11, 1975 in Englewood, New Jersey) was an American theater, television and radio actor. His first Broadway stage appearance was in 1924, in What Price Glory? Kinsella's most noted television role was Happy McMann in NBC's detective drama Martin Kane, Private Eye. He played Patrick Murphy's in radio cast ofAbie's Irish Rose.

Source: Wikipedia

Abie's Irish RoseAbie's Irish Rose
Show Count: 2
Broadcast History: 24 January 1942 to 2 September 1944
Cast: Bud Collyer, Alan Reed, Walter Kinsella , Alfred White, Menasha Skulnik, Anna Appel, Carl Eastman, Ann Thomas, Bill Adams, Dolores Gillen, Amanda Randolph, Sydney Smith, Betty Winkler, Rosemary Levy, Richard Bond, Julie Stevens, Marion Shockley
Director: Joe Rines
Abie's Irish Rose, a situation comedy about a young married couple from Jewish and Catholic families, replaced Knickerbocker Playhouse and ran from January 24, 1942 through September 2, 1944.
Dick TracyDick Tracy
Show Count: 54
Broadcast History: 4 February 1935 to 11 July 1935, 30 September 1935 to 24 March 1937, 3 January 1938 to 30 September 1939, and 15 March 1943 to 16 July 1948
Sponsor: Sterling Products, Quaker Oats, Tootsie Rolls
Cast: Bob Burlen, Barry Thomson, Ned Wever, Matt Crowley, Walter Kinsella , Jackie Kelk, Andy Donnelly, Helen Lewis
Director: Mitchell Grayson, Charles Powers, Bob White
Mr & Mrs NorthMr & Mrs North
Show Count: 82
Broadcast History: 30 December 1942 to 18 April 1955
Cast: Joseph Curtin, Betty Jane Tyler , Frank Lovejoy, Mandel Kramer, Staats Cotsworth, Richard Denning, Alice Frost, Walter Kinsella , Barbara Britton, Francis DeSales
Producer: S. James Andrews, John W. Loveton
Mr and Mrs North was an exceptionally popular radio mystery series that aired on NBC and CBS from 1942 to 1954, reaching an audience of almost 20 million listeners.
Broadcast: 23rd September 1962
Added: Sep 27 2012
Broadcast: January 12, 1941
Added: Mar 17 2023
Broadcast: 11th September 1947
Added: Jun 02 2006
Broadcast: 27th August 1964
Added: Aug 14 2012
Broadcast: 10th June 1939
Added: Oct 17 2008