MacNaughton in London, December 1982
December 19, 1966
New York, New York
Bianca Hunter (m. 2012)
Robert MacNaughton (born December 19, 1966) is an American actor.
Born in New York City, MacNaughton primarily worked in the theater, both before and after E.T., performing with the Circle Repertory Company, where he originated the role of Buddy Layman in Jim Leonard Jr.'s The Diviners. MacNaughton performed with Kevin Kline in Henry V at the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park. He played Hally in Athol Fugard's "Master Harold"...and the Boys for South Coast Repertory, and has also performed with the Long Wharf Theater and Seattle Repertory, among many others. His TV appearances include Dennis Potter's Visitors for the BBC, Vietnam War Story for HBO, Newhart, and Amen, among other TV movies.
MacNaughton retired from acting in 2002. He then worked as a mail carrier in Phoenix, Arizona, and Jersey City, New Jersey. In 2013, MacNaughton returned to acting, performing in two films, Kamal Ahmed's Laugh Killer Laugh (co-starring his wife, Bianca Hunter) and Damien Leone's Frankenstein vs. The Mummy. 
|1982||E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial||Michael|
|1984||I Am the Cheese||Adam Farmer|
|2015||Frankenstein vs. The Mummy||Isaac|
|2015||Laugh Killer Laugh||Creative writing teacher|
|1980||Angel City||Bennie Teeter||Television film|
|1981||Big Bend Country||Dave McGregor||Television film|
|1982||The Electric Grandmother||Tom||Television film|
|1984||CBS Schoolbreak Special||Craig Parsons||Television series, episode Hear Me Cry|
|1987||A Place to Call Home||Michael||Television film|
|1987||Screen Two||Clayton||Television series, episode Visitors|
|1987||Newhart||Andy||Television series, episode Here's to You, Mrs Loudon|
|1987||Amen||Michael||Television series, episode Deacon on the Line|
|1988||Vietnam War Story||Wagoner||Television series, episode The Fragging|
|1983||Young Artist Award||Best Young Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture||E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial||Won|
- "Child Stars: Where Are They Now? - What He's Doing Now". mom.me.
- "ET comes home". BBC News Online. March 28, 2002. Retrieved February 27, 2007.
- "Light-years later, an 'E.T.' reunion". USA Today. March 19, 2002. Retrieved March 21, 2011.
- ""Only Little Kids" - Hollywood Elsewhere". September 20, 2012.
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