Be the first to Add To Favorites. [36] Therefore, by 1981 the spending on this scheme had doubled, and made up 17.3% of the government's budget. Birth Chart of Robert Muldoon, Astrology Horoscope, Astro, Birthday, Libra Horoscope of Celebrity. As far as appearance, he was burly, with deep blue eyes and a steel gray mustache. His retirement party featured taped speeches from Ronald Reagan (commenting that at Muldoon's age, he was only getting started) and Margaret Thatcher. The list includes people like Isaac Asimov, Marlene Dietrich, Satyajit Ray, Sam Walton, Benny Hill and many more. Profile aus sozialen Netzwerken . He made his international debut as game warden Robert Muldoon in the hugely popular dinosaur movie "Jurassic Park." The military rulers of Argentina must not be appeased. Nicole Muldoon. [28] Muldoon overwhelmed Rowling, reversing the 32–55 Labour majority to a 55–32 National majority. He cut and held public expenditure and increased indirect taxes to reduce demand. MULDOON PATRICK. Following the loss of the East Coast Bays by-election, Muldoon faced an abortive attempt in October–November 1980 to oust him as leader. He was an actor, known for The Friday Frights(1989), The Adventures of Terry Teo(1985) and Geoffrey Robertson's Hypotheticals(1985). He also joins Muldoon when he has to take down the T. rex near the river, and when Muldoon has to protect the Visitor Center against an attack of Velociraptors while buying John Arnold time to restart the main power. A great catastrophe was the price that was paid. "[5], Robert David Muldoon was born in Auckland on 25 September 1921 to parents James Henry Muldoon and Amie Rusha Muldoon (née Browne). He continued to write in international economic journals,[citation needed] arguing that the unemployment that had arisen as a result of the free market reforms was worse than the gains that were made, a view that came to be popular by the time of the Fifth Labour Government in 1999. Robert Muldoon. Professing a belief that politics should not interfere with sport, Muldoon resisted pressure to bar the 1981 tour by the Springboks, the national rugby union squad of apartheid-era South Africa. He is the last to hold both posts to date[update]. Historically, Britain has so often on great occasions thrown up the leader that the occasion demanded. Photo measures 8 x 10 inches. 22 June: Robert Muldoon announces a 12-month wage and price freeze. Many members of the party caucus regarded Marshall as not up to the task of taking on the formidable new Prime Minister Norman Kirk. He was an acting professional, known for The Escapades of Terry Teo (1985) as well as the Fri Frights (1989). [76], With Think Big failing to deliver on its promise, Muldoon imposed an incomes policy: a freeze on wages and most prices (items excluded included fresh meat, frozen meat, items sold at auction and "women's fashion clothing other than standard lines"[77]), interest rates and dividends across the country in April 1982. Bob Peck was an English actor. [6] At the age of five Muldoon slipped while playing on the front gate, damaging his cheek and resulting in a distinctive scar. His refusal to stop a Springbok rugby tour of New Zealand divided the country and led to unprecedented civil disorder in 1981. Game Warden of Jurrasic Park Directed by George Gallo. David Alexander McPhail ONZM QSM (born 11 April 1945) is a New Zealand comedic actor and writer whose television career spans four decades. A corner on the Rimutaka Hill Road section of State Highway 2 has been named after the former prime minister. In 2019, he produced and starred in"The Comeback Trail", starring Robert Deniro, Tommy Lee Jones, and Morgan Freeman. During this time Muldoon came under the strong formative influence of his fiercely intelligent, iron-willed maternal grandmother Jerusha, a committed socialist. [67] "The Tour", as it has become known, provoked massive public demonstrations and some of the worst social schisms New Zealand has ever seen. Ausbildung: in Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg-Gesamtschule. [58] He also viewed the Moscow-aligned Socialist Unity Party (SUP), a break-away faction from the Communist Party of New Zealand, as a Soviet fifth column that was trying to subvert New Zealand and the South Pacific island states. The Something Awful Forums > Archives > GBS Graveyard > Bob Peck (AKA Robert Muldoon in Jurassic Park) had really nice legs and it. This has led historians to question Muldoon's excuse for calling a snap election, since he still would have had the constitutional means to govern. Consequently, the Pacific Islander population in New Zealand had grown to 45,413 by 1971, with a substantial number overstaying their visas. He also played a significant role in the movie Edge of Darkness. [66] No other serious challenge to his leadership occurred in his years as Prime Minister until after the 1984 election. Bookmark this thread. In the 1975 election, National ran on a platform of "New Zealand – The Way You Want It", a slogan Muldoon came up with himself, promising a generous national superannuation scheme to replace Kirk and Rowling's employer-contribution superannuation scheme (which the famous "Dancing Cossack" television advertisement implied would turn New Zealand into a communist state), and undertaking to fix New Zealand's "shattered economy". [74] Early in 1982 Derek Quigley, a junior minister who had been demoted for his role in the Colonel's Coup of 1980, spoke out against Think Big, casting doubts on its benefits. He left school at age 15, finding work at Fletcher Construction and then the Auckland Electric Power Board as an arrears clerk. [51] As a result of the appointment, Holyoake resigned from Parliament, resulting in the Pahiatua by-election of 1977. Chris McHallem . Muldoon was sworn in as New Zealand's 31st Prime Minister on 12 December 1975, at the age of 54. Appears in: Jurassic Park (novel and film) Portrayed by: Bob Peck; Robert Muldoon is Jurassic Park's game warden. With a one-seat majority he faced an increasingly restless backbench who wanted the National Party to adopt a more economically liberal stance. *Two further documentaries about Muldoon were "Magic Kiwi's: Muldoon" and "The Grim Face of Power" both produced by Neil Roberts. [10] But in 1960 he won election as MP for the suburban Auckland electorate of Tamaki, winning against Bob Tizard, who had taken the former National seat in 1957. [92] He was only the second New Zealand Prime Minister (after Sir Keith Holyoake) to receive a knighthood while still in office.[93]. So it always bothered me that Muldoon, a seasoned game warden from Kenya, gets tricked and killed by velociraptors who hunt much like other animals who he would have surely come across in the Kenyan savannah. [3] Muldoon had to be persuaded not to make the Springbok Tour an issue in the election,[3] and the National Party's campaign instead focused on Think Big. Phyllis McMahon . He also argued that allowing their rugby team to tour did not mean supporting apartheid, any more than playing a Soviet Union team meant supporting Communism. Robert Muldoon VOICE Peter Kent. Muldoon had also fallen out with former supporter and millionaire businessman Bob Jones, who made good on a threat to create his own party in protest at Muldoon's economic policies. Robert Muldoon says: [Talking about the velociraptors] "They should all be destroyed." Muldoon ... [Muldoon and Ellie have arrived at the site of the T-Rex attack] I think this was Gennaro. He entered therapy, and in 1982, his life started in a new direction, the movies - he received an Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Roberta Muldoon in The World According to Garp (1982). Bob Peck is most known for his role as Ronald Craven in the 1985 BBC television series, SA Forums - Something Awful - Search the Forums OLD! [79], In the House of Commons Margaret Thatcher responded by saying that "The New Zealand Government and people have been absolutely magnificent in their support of this country, of the Falkland Islanders and of the rule of liberty and the rule of law". [59], As Prime Minister, he accepted both the American and Chinese views that the Soviet Union was an aggressive power with hegemonic ambitions in the South Pacific. Bolger returned Muldoon to the front bench as spokesperson for Foreign Affairs, pitting him directly against Prime Minister David Lange. [39] Since the 1950s, the New Zealand government had encouraged substantial emigration from several Pacific countries including Samoa, Tonga, and Fiji to fill a labour shortage caused by the post–war economic boom. Muldoon had remained National's Finance spokesman when he became party leader, and as a result became Minister of Finance as well as Prime Minister—thus concentrating enormous power in his hands. [83] A journalist commented that a one-month election campaign would not give Muldoon much time to which Muldoon replied, audibly slurring his words, "It doesn't give my opponents much time to run up to an election, does it?". He was fifty during the Jurassic Park incident and wore khakis. [59] Muldoon would also join the United States President Jimmy Carter and other Western leaders in condemning the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979 and boycotting the 1980 Summer Olympics. Years later, Muldoon admitted that the freeze was a political mistake. Actors Female; Actors Male; Contact; Amy De Bhrún . Sir Robert David Muldoon GCMG CH PC (/mʌlˈduːn/; 25 September 1921 – 5 August 1992) was a New Zealand politician who served as the 31st Prime Minister of New Zealand, from 1975 to 1984, while Leader of the National Party. [17] He displayed a flair for the newly introduced medium of television (broadcasts began in New Zealand in 1960). [102], Curiously, he also became patron of the Black Power gang for whom he had created work schemes and advised on the better treatment of women and children associated with the gang. searching for Robert Muldoon 24 found (425 total) alternate case: robert Muldoon. Jonathan Delaney Tynan . Muldoon also disagreed with Ha… He stands in a neutral pose, though his left arm hangs a bit to the side, making him balanced when he’s holding his bazooka. This soon worsened the balance of payments deficit and inflation, as all of the equipment and technology used was imported. Amber Muldoon is a passionate and adaptable actress. Adams-Smith reported 'an injustice may have been done', and Muldoon pushed through a royal pardon for Thomas. Muldoon justified the snap election because he felt Waring's revolt impeded his ability to govern. In the film, he was portrayed by Bob Peck. "[34], Economics correspondent Brian Gaynor has claimed that Muldoon's policy of reversing Labour's saving scheme cost him a chance to transform the New Zealand economy. For the fictional character of that name, see, Appointment of Holyoake as Governor-General, Economic recession and wage and price freeze, Nuclear ships policy and the snap election of 1984, Foreign exchange and constitutional crises. We live at the end of the line and we know the feeling of isolation...With the Falklands Islands, it is family. In 1961 he was one of ten National MPs to cross the floor and vote with the Opposition to remove capital punishment for murder from the Crimes Bill that the Second National Government had introduced. Muldoon fell seriously ill almost immediately after his retirement, and died in hospital on 5 August 1992, aged 70. Muldoon +-364 . [100][101] Former Cabinet Minister Hugh Templeton argued Muldoon's lack of "strategic vision" denied New Zealand a careful, measured economic restructuring that paved the way for Rogernomics. On the night, National won 46 seats to Labour's 44 and Social Credit's two, but a recount gave National the seat of Gisborne by 150 votes, and a majority of one. 1993 Press Photo Wayne Knight Actor Jurassic Park - DFPC98763 Caption: Wayne Knight is Dennis Nerdy, Samuel L. Jackson Is Ray Arnold, Martin Ferrero is Donal Genharo And Bob Peck Is Robert Muldoon Star In " Jurassic Park ". [21] As a result, Muldoon was credited with the better economic performance New Zealand enjoyed, raising his profile among the public. Laura Muldoon. (ed.) [50] The Leader of the Opposition, Bill Rowling complained that he had not been consulted on the appointment, and then stated that he would act to remove Holyoake as Governor-General should the Labour Party win the 1978 general election. She is six-foot-four and weighs 180 pounds, though she was 235 while playing football. * In 1995, actor Ian Mune played Sir Robert Muldoon in the made-for-television mini-series "Fallout", depicting the end of the Muldoon National Government. Muldoon would represent the Tamaki constituency for the next 32 years. [36] The United States' superannuation for a married couple was effectively 49% of the average wage rate, and 40% in Australia and 38% in Britain; however, New Zealand's was set at 80%. [71] This dam was described to symbolise "fortress New Zealand."[71]. Youth. On 14 June 1984, a visibly drunk[82] Muldoon called a snap election for 14 July that same year; historians noted the unfortunate coincidence with Bastille Day. Muldoon had a short stage career in a New Zealand production of The Rocky Horror Show, held at Auckland's His Majesty's Theatre (demolished soon after the production ended),[95] starring as the narrator. The newly elected neo-liberal and unexpectedly pro-free market Fourth Labour Government embarked on a series of fundamental free-market reforms known (after Labour's finance minister Roger Douglas) as Rogernomics, and which were then continued from 1990–94 by the succeeding National government's policies known as (after National's finance minister Ruth Richardson) as Ruthanasia, which marked a fundamental break with the more interventionist policies of Muldoon's era. [95], In his later years Muldoon's health declined as he suffered from a number of ailments. [56] The taxes were criticised for being discriminatory, ineffective, and a "quick fix" that precluded necessary fundamental reform of the taxation system (as there were no income tax cuts to reflect the shift to indirect taxation). Moya Farrelly . Spotty Muldoon, a fictional character created by Peter Cook, and featured in his 1965 song The Ballad of Spotty Muldoon Roberta Muldoon, a fictional character played by John Lithgow … [13], Muldoon joined the New Zealand Army in November 1940 during the Second World War, and served in the South Pacific and in Italy. [21], In response to this crisis, Muldoon introduced mini-budgets instead of annual budgets, the first being presented on 4 May 1967. Despite his antagonism towards the Soviet Union and domestic Communist movements, Muldoon's government still maintained economic relations with the Soviet Union. It had to be approved by Cabinet, and the then Prime Minister, Robert Muldoon, was known as someone who did not support the arts. [10] The couple had three children, Barbara, Jennifer and Gavin. [99] Historians such as Gustafson and Brian Easton criticise Muldoon because, according to them, he pursued an ultimately unsustainable line of policy. But in essence, Peck was a stage actor, who had worked with some of the best, like Judy Dench and Ian McKellen. Sabrina Muldoon. As a long-time National Party activist, Muldoon rejected Communism as an "alien" collectivist philosophy. Dr. Ellie Sattler : [about 15 feet away] I think this was too. Bookmark this thread. [2] At age eight, Muldoon's father was admitted to hospital, where he died nearly 20 years later. [75] As a result, Muldoon asked him to apologise or resign from Cabinet; Quigley chose to resign. [7] He studied accountancy by correspondence. Muldoon, who was overseas at the time, saw the plotters off with relative ease, especially since Talboys himself was a reluctant draftee. As Jenny brings Roberta along to visit Garp, Garp and Roberta become … Robert Lynch and Paul Muldoon attend AMERICANS FOR THE ARTS 2010 National Arts Awards at Cipriani 42nd St on October 18, 2010 in New York City. [41], In July 1974, Muldoon as opposition leader had promised to cut immigration and to "get tough" on law and order issues. References . Robert David Muldoon was born to parents Jim and Amie Muldoon in Auckland in 1921.. At age five Muldoon slipped while playing on the front gate, damaging his cheek and resulting in a distinctive scar. She is six-foot-four and weighs 180 pounds, though she was 235 while playing football. [43], Muldoon, in Parliament, accused opposition MP and former Cabinet minister Colin Moyle of having been questioned by the police on suspicion of homosexual activities in 1977. Robert Muldoon Net Worth is $1.5 Million Mini Biography. *Two further documentaries about Muldoon were "Magic Kiwi's: Muldoon" and "The Grim Face of Power" both produced by Neil Roberts. Alienated from National and disenchanted with government policy,[95] Muldoon announced his resignation to the party caucus on 10 November 1991.[96]. In 1995, actor Ian Mune played Sir Robert Muldoon in the made-for-television mini-series Fallout, depicting the end of the Muldoon National Government. Described in the novel as a burly man fifty years of age, with deep blue eyes and a steel gray mustache, he is a former professional hunter who worked with Hammond at one of his previous parks in Kenya. [62], Muldoon's appointment of Frank Gill as New Zealand's ambassador to the United States led to a by-election in Gill's seat of East Coast Bays. Robert Peck was born into a … He is the lead singer of a rock band called The Sleeping Masses. [45] At the time, Pacific Islanders comprised only one third of the overstayers (who were primarily from the United Kingdom, Australia, and South Africa), but made up 86% of those arrested and prosecuted for overstaying. [5] At age five Muldoon slipped while playing on the front gate, damaging his cheek and resulting in a distinctive scar. Virgo Movie Actor Robert Peck was an English stage, television and film actor best known for his roles as Ronald Craven in the television serial Edge of Darkness, for which he won the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actor, and as gamekeeper Robert Muldoon in the film Jurassic Park. Following the re-election of Holyoake's government at the 1963 general election, Muldoon was appointed as Under-Secretary to the Minister of Finance, Harry Lake. Robert Muldoon was one Hell of an epic character from the novel in which the film was based off of. By allowing "the Tour", Muldoon was accused of breaking the 1977 Gleneagles Agreement (to form a common policy on sporting with South Africa amongst the Commonwealth, signed after the boycott of the Montreal Olympics in 1976). Muldoon sent a message to the Queen on 15 December 1976 putting forward former Prime Minister Sir Keith Holyoake as his appointee, which the Queen approved. After 1985 court battles with multi-millionaire Bob Jones, in which each sued the other for defamation, Muldoon was left with considerable costs to pay. He is buried at Purewa Cemetery, Meadowbank, Auckland in a plot that faces Auckland City. He was a famous white hunter from Nairobi and a consultant for wildlife preserves and zoos. Although he remained iconic to particular segments of society, particularly the elderly, Muldoon faded quickly as a force on the political scene. Comments Add a Comment. [80], Muldoon initiated a Closer Economic Relations (CER) free trade agreement with Australia to liberalise trade, which came into effect from New Year's Day 1982. [73] The already high levels of debt were not erased by Muldoon, which was a promise he made in the lead up to the 1975 election [did he promise to erase the debt, or to not erase the debt?]. In 1982, Muldoon's government supported the British in the Falklands War. It is a strong convention in New Zealand politics that a prime minister does not ask for an early election unless he or she cannot govern, or unless they need to seek the electorate's endorsement on a matter of national importance (as was the case in 1951). The raids were also criticized by elements of the New Zealand Police and the ruling National Party for damaging relations with the Pacific Islander community. These operations involved special police squads conducting raids in the early morning on the homes of overstayers throughout New Zealand. Muldoon noted, however, that the Gleneagles Agreement had been amended and, in an article in The Times, that he had not broken the Gleneagles Agreement because "New Zealand and subsequently other countries made it clear that they could not subscribe to an agreement which required them to abrogate the freedoms of their sportsmen and prohibit sporting contacts". He was well informed on all aspects of the government, and could participate in many debates in Parliament. After being defeated in the ballot Muldoon was asked whether he was going to be a thorn in McLay's side, to which he replied "More like a little prick. Trevor Kaneswaran . [54], Muldoon initially opposed indirect consumer taxation on the basis that it would penalise poor people and increase inflation due to compensatory wage increases. [30] New Zealand's economy contracted again by 3% and unemployment hit 5.1% by 1983, and net emigration remained high.[30]. 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