Marc Macaulay

Highest Rated: 95% 12 Years a Slave (2013)
Birthday: Oct 13, 1957
Birthplace: Not Available
Marc Macaulay is an actor who's just got one of those faces -- you know you've seen it somewhere before but you just can't seem to put your finger on it. Of course, one glance at the screen veteran's credit list and movie fanatics will instantly realize that they have indeed seen Macaulay numerous times on screens both large and small, it's just that he has a way of immersing himself in the role so effectively that it's difficult to distinguish which performance stood out the most. It was during his junior year of college that the aspiring commercial illustrator accepted a dare to audition for an upcoming play, yet while the friend who issued that challenge was well on his way to becoming a professional actor, Macaulay himself had never even considered a career in the performing arts. When the cast list was posted and Macaulay discovered that he had landed one of the lead roles, however, the course of his entire life would suddenly be altered by the decision of one single casting director. After receiving a scholarship for acting and graduating with a BFA in theater, Macaulay relocated to Jupiter, FL, in order to attend the Burt Reynolds Institute of Theatre Training. While a move to New York seemed only natural for Macaulay upon finishing his training in Florida, acting gigs in the Big Apple were few and far between. After racking up a few film credits and continuing his studies at H.B. Studios, Macaulay eventually returned to the Sunshine State to audition for a new series called Miami Vice (1984). Over the course of the following decade, Macaulay was swept up in a whirlwind of supporting roles. From short-lived series like B.L. Stryker and Wiseguy to major motion pictures such as Edward Scissorhands, Passenger 57, Contact, and The Truman Show, the workman-like actor could always be counted on to deliver a convincing, well-mannered performance. While frequent roles in such shows as Matlock, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Nash Bridges provided a bit of stability in a notoriously volatile industry, the increasingly busy actor largely earned his keep by continually leaping from the big screen to the small -- all the while displaying impressive footing on both. By the year 2000, casting directors were finally wising up to the true talent at their disposal, and Macaulay was landing consistent work in feature films. Never tied to just one genre, Macaulay turned in impressive performances in films as diverse as From Justin to Kelly, Monster, Transporter 2, and The Hawk Is Dying (opposite Academy Award-nominee Paul Giamatti). A minor role in the 2006 feature film Miami Vice served well to bring Macaulay's career full circle. In 2006, Macaulay could be seen in a recurring role on the popular Fox drama Prison Break, with subsequent parts in the feature films Premonition and Walking Tall 2 preceding yet another small-screen recurring role in the weekly USA Network thriller Burn Notice in 2007.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
17% Careful What You Wish For Gordon 2016
No Score Yet All Saints Eve Preacher William 2015
95% 12 Years a Slave Captain $50.7M 2013
13% Hustlers Cook $5.4K 2013
No Score Yet House Of Bodies Actor 2013
79% Killer Joe Digger Soames $1.9M 2012
42% Step Up Revolution Uniformed Cop $35.1M 2012
No Score Yet Stanley Debrock Actor 2012
0% Father of Invention General Store Clerk 2011
81% Dolphin Tale Board Member Fitch $65.1M 2011
No Score Yet Seconds Apart Father Zinselmeyer 2011
71% I Love You Phillip Morris Houston Cop $2.1M 2010
67% Conviction Officer Boisseau $6.8M 2010
No Score Yet The Jack Of Spades Old Dymond 2010
No Score Yet Monsterwolf Actor 2010
No Score Yet Wild Things: Foursome Capt. Blanchard 2009
No Score Yet Nine Dead Father Francis 2009
17% Cleaner Actor 2008
77% Recount Robert Zoellick 2008
21% Mad Money Agent Wayne $20.6M 2008
8% Premonition Sheriff Reilly $47.9M 2007
48% Lonely Hearts Warden Broady $0.2M 2006
46% Miami Vice Air Traffic Supervisor $63.5M 2006
26% Hoot Actor $8.1M 2006
30% The Hawk Is Dying Alonzo 2006
No Score Yet Walking Tall: The Payback Herb 2006
52% Transporter 2 Marshall Brown $43.1M 2005
79% Red Eye Coast Guard Officer $57.9M 2005
17% The Work and the Glory Land Speculator $3M 2004
29% The Punisher Dante $33.7M 2004
81% Monster Will Grueser $34.2M 2004
10% From Justin To Kelly Mr. O'Mara $4.6M 2003
36% 2 Fast 2 Furious Agent $127.1M 2003
No Score Yet The Code Conspiracy Actor 2002
48% Big Trouble Arch Ridley 2002
20% The Crew Driver $12.5M 2000
No Score Yet The Runaway Coy 2000
27% Instinct Foley 1999
12% Holy Man Cameraman/Brutus 1998
64% Wild Things Walter 1998
37% Great Expectations Cop on Boat 1998
39% Palmetto Miles Meadows 1997
No Score Yet Catherine's Grove William Mason 1997
61% Blood and Wine guard 1997
31% Up Close & Personal Police Spokesman 1996
12% Fair Game Navigator 1995
No Score Yet Shootfighter II Malo 1995
42% Bad Boys Noah Trafficante 1995
65% The Perez Family Male Volunteer 1995
40% China Moon CSU Technician 1994
No Score Yet Tollbooth Cop No. 2 1994
18% The Real McCoy Karl 1993
No Score Yet With Hostile Intent Off. Chuck Sandler 1993
No Score Yet Hidden Fears Actor 1993
24% Passenger 57 Vincent 1992
94% Matinee "Shopping Cart" Crook 1992
No Score Yet Carolina Skeletons Deputy Bryant 1992
No Score Yet Mission of the Shark Shorty 1991
No Score Yet White Lie Donald Cambio 1991
90% Edward Scissorhands Reporter 1990
No Score Yet Somebody Has to Shoot the Picture Superintendent Stanton 1990
No Score Yet The Take Shel 1990

TV

CREDIT
96% Treme
2010-2013
  • 2011
88% Burn Notice
2007-2013
Agent Harris
  • 2007
72% Dexter
2006-2013
Detective
  • 2006
60% Prison Break
2005-2017
Mr. Ives
  • 2006
No Score Yet CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
2000-2015
Florida State Trooper
  • 2002
No Score Yet Nash Bridges
1996-2001
Billy
  • 2001
No Score Yet ER
1994-2009
Frank
  • 1999
No Score Yet seaQuest DSV
1993-1996
Manheim
  • 1995
No Score Yet Wiseguy
1987-1990
Jake Schine
  • 1990
No Score Yet Miami Vice
1984-1990
Doc Jerry Brookings
  • 1988
  • 1987
No Score Yet Treme

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