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October 13, 1957 |
|Other names||Marc MacAulay
|Years active||1985 - present|
Marc Macaulay (born October 13, 1957) is an American actor.
He was born and raised in Millinocket, Maine. He graduated with a BFA in theater. He appeared in the new USA Network Series Burn Notice for five episodes as Agent Harris, and as "Blaine Bauer" in the horror film Thirteen Floors.
Some of his most prominent film roles have included Monster, Premonition, Palmetto, Passenger 57, and The Hawk is Dying. In television, he has had guest appearances on Miami Vice, seaQuest DSV, and he played the role of Agent Ives on the television series Prison Break. He also appeared in the episode of Robert Dirscherl in Unsolved Mysteries playing an agent.
- Dolphin Tale (2011) .... John Fitch
- Red (2010) .... Forensics Investigator
- Stanley DeBrock (2010) .... Jake
- Father of Invention (2010) .... Grocery Store Clerk
- My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) .... Riggs
- Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds (2008) ... The Sheriff
- My Life: Untitled (2008) .... Jenna's Father
- The Mysteries of Pittsburgh (2008) .... Lenny Burns
- Mad Money (2008) .... Agent Wayne
- Thirteen Floors (2007) .... Blaine Bauer
- Burn Notice (TV) (5 episodes) (2007) .... Agent Harris
- Premonition .... Sheriff Reilly
- Prison Break (TV) (2 episodes) (2006).... Agent Ives
- The Hawk Is Dying (2006) .... Alonzo
- Monster (2003) .... Will/Daddy "John"
- Palmetto (1998) .... Miles Meadows
- seaQuest DSV (2 episodes) (1994–1995) .... Colonel Manheim
- Bad Boys (1995) .... Noah Trafficante
- Matlock (5 episodes) (1994–1995).... Det. Robert 'Bob' Garrison
- Cop and a Half (1993) .... Waldo
- Passenger 57 (1992) .... Vincent
- The Adventures of Superboy (TV) (3 episodes) (1989–1991)
- Miami Vice (5 episodes) (1985–1989).... Brookings
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