In an Instagram post, O’Hara’s daughter Maddie confirmed that her father had died of cancer on Monday, December 5.
“I never thought I’d be writing those words—it’s real. I’ve always imagined walking down the aisle with me, watching my grandchildren grow up, and being at the lake with my mom.” Getting old. But a bitch got cancer, and her life was cut short,” she shared. “He’s been struggling silently for the past 5 years, all this time, directing, working, fighting and through is smiling from He was famous for his infectious laugh, his noisy sneezes, his wild sailor mouth on set, his incredible, thoughtful, creative and brilliant mind… I could go on.
Maddie said the loss of her father left a hole in her heart and he left behind his wife, a son and a daughter.
“We are at peace knowing that he is no longer suffering, no longer in pain, no longer struggling. But it will never feel right, it will never feel normal.” “He was ready to be with his beautiful parents, sisters and brother where I can guarantee he is up there instructing everyone to get out.”
O’Hara was best known for his work as a director. NCIS and its many byproducts like NCIS: Los Angeles And NCIS: New Orleans, The artist is also credited with the work blacklist, Grimm, rosewood, fables, Magic City, rizoli and island, Nikita, lie to me, doll house And sons of Anarchy,
other high-profile reveals that O’Hara worked on joining shield, smallville, heroes, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, j a g, angel, x files, Black Angel, martial law, Star Trek: Voyager, touched by an angel, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman And pacific blue,
late 70’s and throughout 80sO’Hara also participated in acting with appearances Ryan’s Hope (1978), mrs colombo (1979), chips (1981), greatest american hero (1980), Voyager (1982), naked vendetta (1985) and the destroyer (1986).