Famous Irish-American New Yorkers

As you may know they're tons of Irish Americans living in New York City. And of a lot of them became successful in New York City. Some of them became famous actors, athletes, majors, fireman, cops and even gangsters -- yes, famous gangsters. With today being St.Patrick's Day, let's take a look at the most famous Irish New Yorkas.

Bob Costas, famous sportscaster, from in New York City, NY.

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Chris Mullin, former NBA player/current head coach of St.John's Red Storm, from Brooklyn, NY

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Former player/coach, Mike Dunleavy, from Brooklyn, NY

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Joe Mullen, former NHL player and Hall of Famer, from New York City, NY

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Carroll O'Connor, actor/producer/director, from Manhattan, NY

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Mary Tyler Moore, actress, from Brooklyn, NY

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Edward Burns, actor, from Queens, NY

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Rosie O'Donnell, actress/comedian, Long Island, NY

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Colin Quinn, actor/comedian, from Brooklyn, NY

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Bill O'Reilly, political commentator, from New York City, NY

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Jackie Gleason, actor, from Brooklyn, NY

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James Dolan, owner of the New York Knicks, from New York City, NY

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Jimmy Fallon, Tonight Show host, from Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

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Jerry O'Connell, actor, from Manhattan, New York

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John McEnroe, tennis player, from Queens, NY

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Jimmy Burke, gangster, from New York City, NY

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Mike Francesa, radio personality, from Long Beach, NY

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Regis Philbin, television personality, from Bronx, NY

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Robert De Niro, actor, from Brooklyn, NY

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George Carlin, comedian, from Manhattan, Nirishdas