May 20, 1958 |
Austin, Texas, United States
||Mary McCoy (m. 1985)
Matt McCoy (born May 20, 1958) is an American actor known for Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach and Police Academy 6: City Under Siege as Sgt. Nick Lassard.
McCoy was born in Austin, Texas. He grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, and attended Walter Johnson High School graduating in 1974. McCoy briefly attended University of Maryland. He worked briefly at the Harlequin Dinner Theater in Rockville. McCoy began acting when he appeared in two plays in the student-directed one act festival: Winners by Brian Friel, and Footsteps of Doves by Robert Anderson. Moving to New York City, he graduated from Neighborhood Playhouse School of Drama in 1979.
Since starring as Sgt. Nick Lassard in Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach and Police Academy 6: City Under Siege, his motion picture credits have included White Wolves: A Cry in the Wild II, the Curtis Hanson films The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992) and L.A. Confidential (1997), as well as the action comedy National Security (2003) alongside Martin Lawrence and Steve Zahn.
He has worked regularly on television. His credits include starring in the sitcom We Got It Made, and guest appearances on Murder, She Wrote, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Golden Girls, The Nanny, L.A. Law, Melrose Place, NYPD Blue, Chicago Hope, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Six Feet Under, The West Wing, Carnivàle, CSI: NY, Silicon Valley, True Detective, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and Huff. He played "Lloyd Braun" in three episodes of Seinfeld. He appeared in three Bigfoot-themed movies: Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter (1994), Little Bigfoot (1997) and Abominable (2006).
In 2014, McCoy began appearing as spokesman in commercials for Hartford Insurance.
McCoy married Mary McCoy in 1985 having three children: Casey, Molly, and Reilly.
||Directed by Jag Mundhra.
|Buck and the Magic Bracelet
||Directed by Tonino Ricci (Credited as Anthony Richmond)
|Mutual Love Life
||Short film directed by Robert Peters.
||Can't Be Heaven
||American family comedy film directed by Richard Friedman.
||American family drama film directed by James Allen Bradley.
||Action comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan.
||Directed by Helmut Kobler.
||Horror film directed and written by Ryan Schifrin.
|A Merry Little Christmas
||Directed by John Dowling Jr. and Karl Fink
||The Trouble Man
- Short film
- Directed by Peter Hermes.
||Act of Contrition
- Short film
- Directed by Vin Morreale Jr.
- Short film
- Directed by Vladimir de Fontenay and Nina Ljeti
||Underwater Upside Down
- Directed and written by Scott Tuft.
|The Nth Ward
||Passport to Paris
||Directed by Alan Metter.
||Directed by Jim Wynorski (Credited as Jay Andrews).
||Directed by David M. Evans (Credited as David Mickey Evans).
||Born to Race
||Directed by Alex Ranarivelo.
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- ^ Bernstein, Richard (March 11, 1989). "Police Academy 6 City Under Siege (1989) Review/Film; Bungling as a Fine Art".
- ^ Canby, Vincent (January 10, 1992). "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992) Review/Film; Help Wanted: A Nanny, Duplicity & Malice Req'd". The New York Times.
- ^ "L.A. Confidential". The New York Times.
- ^ a b Matt McCoy at the Internet Movie Database
- ^ "Matt McCoy". Film Reference. Retrieved February 1, 2016.
- ^ Bertrand, Merle (January 9, 2001). "FOREVER TOGETHER (CAN’T BE HEAVEN)". Film Threat. Retrieved February 10, 2016.
- ^ Scheib, Richard. "CAN’T BE HEAVEN aka FOREVER TOGETHER". moria.co.nz. Moria. Retrieved February 10, 2016.
- ^ "Cast and Crew". IMDB. Retrieved January 31, 2016.