Terry David Mulligan is a Canadian radio and television celebrity most known for making and presenting the Canadian television series Star. He is the presenter of CBC’s “Good Rockin’ Tonite,” which he anchored from 1983 to 1985. Similarly, he worked as a VJ and producer.
|Terry David Mulligan
|30 Jun 1942
|Best Match for Marriage:
|Taurus, Pisces, Scorpio
|TV Show Host
|[on performing in ’21 Jump Street’] I think I had half a dozen roles. I remember Johnny Depp saying, ‘Jesus Christ, he’s back again! Are we killing you this time?’
|$1 Million – $5 Million
|New Westminster, British Columbia
|Four children (Mindy, Sean, Fynn, and Kate) and three grandchildren (Kyle, Taleigha, and Avelyn)
Terry David Mulligan Biography
Terry David Mulligan was born on June 30, 1942, in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada. He is 82 years old and was born under the sign of Cancer. He is a Canadian citizen.
Mulligan’s parents’ names and contact records are unknown. Similarly, no further details regarding his brothers or other family members are accessible. Terry, despite his celebrity, has held his family and personal life secret. And he certainly does not discuss his parents in public.
In terms of his professional experience and qualifications, the names of the schools and universities he entered are also unavailable. Given his age, he would have completed both high school and university. Unless he is a dropout or has agreed to discontinue his research.
Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Mulligan’s body dimensions, such as height, weight, breast circumference, neck size, hip size, and all other proportions, are not yet usable. Many of his body dimensions are also being checked. He has light brown hair and brown eyes.
Terry David Mulligan Net Worth
Terry David Mulligan has a net worth of $1M-$5M as of February 2024. His primary source of revenue is from his work as a TV host. Similarly, he makes money from other outlets, such as films.
Terry David Mulligan was a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer in Olds, Alberta, and Red Deer, Alberta, between 1960 and 1964. Terry, on the other hand, served as a radio disk jockey for 20 years after quitting the Mounties. Similarly, he anchored a Global TV show named “The New Quiz Kids.” Then she became the star of the music video series Good Rockin’ Tonite on CBC Television. Mulligan was also a guest on BCTV’s children’s show Zig Zag at the same time.
Mulligan left the CBC in 1985 to work as a VJ and editor for MuchMusic West. It was the show he produced as host of the long-running Much West series, which focused on the West Coast music scene. Similarly, he anchored Movie Television for CityTV at the same time. Furthermore, his tales and MT have delivered years of funding to the Canadian television and film industries.
Terry worked as a producer and host for the Canadian entertainment channel Star. He also presents two weekly radio shows on Alberta public radio station CKUA: Mulligan Stew, a two-hour music program, and Tasting Room Radio, a one-hour weekly food and wine radio show about food, wine, and winemakers with a rock and roll attitude. Furthermore, “Tasting Room Radio” can be heard on CKFR AM 1150 in Kelowna, British Columbia, and CKST AM 1040 in Vancouver.
Terry Mulligan is a well-known character actor who has appeared in a variety of films and television shows, most prominently The Accused, The X-Files, Millennium, Robson Weapons, Hard Core Logo, and the 2005 Fantastic Four film. In addition, the majority of the films and television shows in which he stars are shot in the Vancouver region.
Terry David Mulligan Wife, Marriage
Terry David Mulligan married Meg Mulligan in 1977 and they have been together ever since. He is the father of four daughters. Mindy, Sean, Fynn, and Kate are their initials. Similarly, he has three grandchildren, whose names are Kyle, Taleigha, and Avelyn. Furthermore, their children appear on Mulligan Stew from time to time.
In an August 2007 radio interview on Sounds Like Canada, Kate and her father addressed an essay by Kate named “Growing up Mulligan,” which was written in The Tyee and was a satirical account of life with Mulligan.