Mark Moran (criminal)
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Mark Anthony John Moran (4 July 1964 – 15 June 2000) was an Australian organized crime figure of the infamous Moran family from Melbourne, Victoria, notable for its involvement in the illegal drug trade and the Melbourne gangland killings. Moran, aged 35, was shot dead outside his Aberfeldie home, allegedly by Carl Williams, just after 8 pm on 15 June 2000.
Mark Anthony John Cole
4 July 1964
|Died||15 June 2000 (aged 35)|
|Occupation||Personal trainer, pastry cook|
|Parent(s)||Leslie Cole (father),|
Judy Moran (mother)
Lewis Moran (stepfather)
Mark Moran was the son of Judy Moran and Leslie John "Johnny" Cole, who was shot dead in Sydney on 10 November 1982 during drug-related gangland wars while working for crime boss Frederick "Paddles" Anderson. His stepfather was criminal Lewis Moran and his half-brother was drug trafficker Jason Moran, both also murdered.
In popular cultureEdit
In the local Australian TV drama series Underbelly Mark Moran was played by actor Callan Mulvey. In 2014 Jake Ryan replaced Callan Mulvey as Mark Moran in Fat Tony & Co. which is a direct sequel to the first series of Underbelly.