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McNally at the MagicCity Comic Con, January 2015
|Born||Kevin Robert McNally
27 April 1956
|Other names||Kevin R. McNally|
|Spouse(s)||Phyllis Logan (1994–present)|
|Children||David (b. 1996)|
Kevin Robert McNally (born 27 April 1956) is an English actor who has worked in theatre and radio as well as in film and television.
Early life and education
Born in Bristol,http://search.findmypast.co.uk/results/world-records/england-and-wales-births-1837-2006?firstname=kevin%20r&lastname=mcnally&eventyear=1956&eventyear_offset=0&eventquarter=2 McNally spent his early years in Birmingham, attending Redhill Junior School on Redhill Road in Hay Mills and Mapledene Junior School (now Mapledene Primary School) on Mapledene Road in Sheldon. He went to Central Grammar School for Boys on Gressel Lane in Tile Cross.
His first professional job, at the age of 16, was at the Birmingham Rep. In 1973 he was awarded a scholarship to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art where, in 1975, he won the Best Actor Bancroft Gold Medal.
In 2011, he was cast in the American television series Supernatural, as Frank. In 2012, he performed as a voice actor for the best-selling video game Assassin's Creed III, providing the likeness and voice of the character of Robert Faulkner.
Along with fellow British actors Ian McNeice and Kenneth Branagh, McNally appeared in two World War II films, Valkyrie and Conspiracy that depict behind-the-scenes activities of high-ranking officials in Nazi Germany.
|1977||The Duchess of Duke Street (A Lesson in Manners)||Tom Prince|
|1977||Poldark series II||Drake Carne|
|1984||Doctor Who (The Twin Dilemma)||Hugo Lang|
|1991||Bottom (Smells)||Sex shop owner|
|1995||A Bit of Fry and Laurie||Himself/Various|
|1999||Rab C. Nesbitt (Commons)||MP Tony Welthorpe|
|1999||Midsomer Murders (Blood Will Out)||Orville Tudway|
|2000||The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles||Walter Burton Harris|
|2002||Shackleton||Captain Frank Worsley|
|2007||Life on Mars||Supt. Harry Woolf|
|2007||The Minister of Divine||Wesley|
|2009||Wuthering Heights||Mr Earnshaw|
|2009||Law & Order: UK||Harry Morgan|
|2010||New Tricks (Left Field)||Fred Blackledge|
|2010||Marple (The Blue Geranium)||Inspector Sumerset|
|2010||Midsomer Murders (The Noble Art)||Gerald Farquaharson|
|2011||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (Freaks & Geeks)||Major Willie|
|2011||Supernatural (Slash Fiction)
(Adventures in Babysitting)
(The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo)
|2011||Downton Abbey||Mr Bryant|
|2012||Supernatural (Adventures in Babysitting)||Frank Devereaux|
|2012||Burn Notice ("Odd Man Out")||James Vanek|
|2013||The Challenger||Lawrence Mulloy|
|2013||The Mill||Mr. Timperley|
|2014–present||Turn: Washington's Spies||Richard Woodhull|
|2014||24: Live Another Day (Day 9: 10:00PM - 11:00AM)||Russian agent|
Selected stage roles
|Hamlet||Claudius||Donmar at Wyndham's Theatre||opposite Jude Law, Ron Cook and Penelope Wilton|
|Ivanov||Lebedev||Donmar at Wyndham's Theatre||opposite Kenneth Branagh, Malcolm Sinclair and Gina McKee
Nominated – Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role
|Boeing Boeing||Bernard||Comedy Theatre|
|The Lady in the Van||Alan Bennett 2||Queen's Theatre||opposite Maggie Smith and Alan Bennett|
|Naked||Grotti||Almeida Theatre||opposite Juliette Binoche|
|Dead Funny||Richard||Savoy Theatre|
|The Iceman Cometh||Paritt||National Theatre|
- "Mr Timperly (Kevin McNally)". The Mill. Channel 4.
- Profile, joshgill.wordpress.com; accessed 16 March 2015.
- Kevin McNally cast in Supernatural, digitalspy.co.uk; accessed 16 March 2015.
- "Filmography". An Acclamation for Kevin R. McNally (official site). Retrieved 6 January 2008.[dead link]
- "Telly". An Acclamation for Kevin R. McNally (official site). Retrieved 6 January 2008.[dead link]
- IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0214950/
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