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|Born||1974 (age 40–41)|
|Alma mater||Trinity College|
|Relatives||Mary McCormack (sister)
Bridget Mary McCormack (sister)
Early life and education
William Joseph McCormack Jr. was born in 1974 to William Joseph McCormack Sr. and Norah Magdalene Ross McCormack. He has two older sisters, actress Mary McCormack and Michigan Supreme Court Justice & former University of Michigan law professor Bridget Mary McCormack. He graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
McCormack's key television roles include Jason La Penna on The Sopranos (1999–2001). More recently, he played the role of Leo Spiller, brother of lead character Lucy Spiller (Courteney Cox), in the FX series Dirt. He also played a recurring role as the FBI agent in the television drama In Plain Sight, which stars his older sister, Mary McCormack.
In 1996, McCormack appeared on Broadway at the Criterion Center Stage Right as a member of the ensemble in a revival of the drama play Summer and Smoke (1948) by Tennessee Williams, produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company. He has also appeared in two Off-Broadway theatre productions.
Filmography and television work
(films, except as noted)
|1999–2001||The Sopranos||drama||Jason La Penna||television series|
|2001||American Outlaws||action, drama Western||Bob Younger|
|2002||A Midsummer Night's Rave||comedy-drama||Greg|
|2005||Must Love Dogs||romantic comedy||Jason|
|2006||Right at Your Door||thriller||Jason|
|2007–2008||Dirt||drama||Leo Spiller||television series|
|2008||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||police procedural||Langston Weller||television series|
|2008–2009||Brothers & Sisters||comedy-drama||Ethan Tavis||television series|
|2008–2012||In Plain Sight||comedy-drama||Robert O'Conner||television series|
|2010||Medium||drama||William Gerwin||television series|
|2011||Paul the Male Matchmaker||comedy||Harry||television series|
|2011||Alphas||science fiction||Marcus Ayers||television series|
|2012||Celeste and Jesse Forever||comedy-drama||Skillz||also credited as co-screenwriter|
|2012||Mob City||crime mystery||Gunman||television series; post-production[clarification needed]|
|2013||The Office||comedy||Wolf||television series|
|1996||Summer and Smoke||drama||Ensemble (member)||Criterion Center Stage Right||New York City, New York||Broadway revival by The Roundabout Theatre Company|
|2003||The Long Christmas Ride Home||drama||Stephen||Vineyard Theatre||New York City, New York||Off-Broadway; recipient, 2004 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Featured Actor|
|2004||Chinese Friends||Stephan||Playwrights Horizons||New York City, New York||Off-Broadway|
He has 3 children: Annie and Max (b.2001) and Matthew (b.2009). He is divorced.
- Will McCormack at the Internet Broadway Database
- Will McCormack at the Internet Movie Database
- Will McCormack at the Internet Off-Broadway Database