|Relationships||Daniel Irvin, son|
|Job||Headmistress of The Tepes School for Girls|
Appearances and Mentions
- Her father Alexander Tepes died due he being a haemophilia. Since fathers with heamophilia always passed the gene down to their daughters, Mrs. Irvin became a carrier of the disease resulting in her son Daniel being born a haemophilia.
- Together with Dr. Lucas Harwick, they tried to find a way to treat Daniel. They use girls from the school to be unwitting blood donors, but it goes wrong, when a girl escapes and accuses Daniel of assault.
- Dr. Harwick helps Daniel fake his suicide to escape the authorities, signing his death certificate.
- Five years after they continue the treatment– letters are sent to the students, posing as a vampire and invite them to secret meetings. They have success with it, until one of the girls, Amy, is killed.
- Mrs. Irvin tries to play ignorant to the police and even calls them when Dorothy Cornell goes missing, but Murdoch eventually figured out the truth.
- Actress Leah Pinsent is married to Peter Keleghan who portrays the recurring character Terrence Meyers.
- In the Tepes Mausoleum in the scene, where Murdoch and Crabtree searches the coffins of Daniel and his grandfather, a plate with the name Joseph Irvin is seen behind Crabtree.
|Murdoch Mysteries Season 4|
|"All Tattered and Torn" • "Kommando" • "Buffalo Shuffle" • "Downstairs, Upstairs" • "Monsieur Murdoch" • "Dead End Street" • "Confederate Treasure" • "Dial M for Murdoch" • "The Black Hand" • "Voices" • "Bloodlust" • "The Kissing Bandit" • "Murdoch in Wonderland"|
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