DYLAN MCDERMOTT’S TRAGIC CHILDHOOD: HIS MOTHER WAS MURDERED

“Practice” attorney Dylan McDermott always seemed like a good looking guy who grew up pampered with money. It turns out his youth was not as idyllic as one might assume. His Italian mother was fifteen when he was born in Connecticut in 1961 and his Irish father was seventeen. Six years later they were divorced and Dylan, his mother, and sister were living with grandparents. In 1967 his mother was shot dead and her death was originally ruled an accident. The kids were raised by grandparents, but Dylan recently contacted police to get details about his mother’s death. They re-examined the investigation and determined that his mother had been killed by her gangster boyfriend. In 1972 the boyfriend’s body was found in the trunk of a car in a supermarket parking lot. Case closed. (Above, Dylan maintains his good looks by snacking on orange juice and a banana on the set of “Dogfight.”)

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Posted by Janet on June 25, 2012

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  1. By yoyo
    On June 25, 2012 at

    How sad to have grown up under those circumstances. Hope he & his siblings find peace in such a tragedy.

  2. By Walter Cliff
    On June 25, 2012 at

    How sad for him and his sister.

  3. By forrest gump
    On June 26, 2012 at

    a banana in his ass will “Cure” his problems in life?

  4. By Denise
    On June 26, 2012 at

    I can only imagine how many shootings were labeled “accidents” in 1967. Hopefully, the re-opening the investigation and finding out what really happened provided some closure for him and his siblings.

  5. By Noblecascade
    On June 26, 2012 at

    wow, that didn’t take long.

  6. By Shelby
    On June 27, 2012 at

    Forest, you are an idiot.

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