Gabriel Macht

Total Box Office:
 $319.2M
Highest Rated:
56% A Bag of Hammers (2010)
Lowest Rated:
5% Because I Said So (2007)
Birthday:
Jan 22
Birthplace:
The Bronx, New York, USA
Bio:
Though a preternaturally gifted actor by any standard, Gabriel Macht endured years of underutilization by Hollywood. He officially debuted as a child actor at the age of 8 with a small role in director Larry Peerce's critically maligned, family-friendly romance Why Would I Lie? (1980), but remained…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
10% Bad Company
  • Seale
$30.1M 2014
S.W.A.T.: Firefight
  • Paul Cutler
-- 2011
40% Middle Men
  • Buck Dolby
$0.7M 2010
49% Love and Other Drugs
  • Trey Hannigan
$32.4M 2010
56% A Bag of Hammers
  • Wyatt
-- 2010
One Way To Valhalla
  • Actor
-- 2009
7% Whiteout
  • Robert Pryce
$10.2M 2009
14% The Spirit
  • The Spirit
$19.8M 2008
5% Because I Said So
  • Johnny
$42.6M 2007
54% The Good Shepherd
  • John Russell Jr.
$59.8M 2006
Archangel
  • O'Brian
-- 2005
43% A Love Song for Bobby Long
  • Lawson Pines
$0.1M 2004
43% The Recruit
  • Zach Dawson
$52.7M 2003
44% Grand Theft Parsons
  • Gram Parsons
-- 2003
101 Ways
  • Actor
-- 2002
37% Behind Enemy Lines
  • Stackhouse
$58.8M 2001
14% American Outlaws
  • Frank James
$11.9M 2001
101 Ways (The Things a Girl Will Do to Keep Her Volvo)
  • Actor
-- 2000
20% The Audrey Hepburn Story
  • Actor
-- 2000
43% The Adventures of Sebastian Cole
  • Troy
-- 1998
Why Would I Lie?
  • Actor
-- 1980


TV SERIES   

Rating Title Credit Year
70% Suits
2011-2014
  • Harvey Specter
2011 - 2014

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Quotes from Gabriel Macht's Characters

    1. Pursy Will: Lawson, Bobby's tryin' to get to tell me where the vodka is again.
    2. Lawson Pines: Pursy, it is Christmas.
    3. Pursy Will: Oh, whatever, it's under the back stairs.
    From A Love Song for Bobby Long. Submitted by Alyssa B (10 months ago)
    1. Stackhouse: Yet another useless joyride at the cost of mere millions to the US taxpayer.
    From Behind Enemy Lines. Submitted by Max H (2 years ago)
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