Bruce Mcgill Biography
Bruce Travis McGill, well known to the world as ‘Bruce McGill’ is an exceptional actor who gets popularity from the role of Jack Dalton on the TV series ‘MacGyver’. He is also known for his fabulous performance in ‘National Lampoon’s Animal House’. This talented actress opened his eyes first time on July 11, 1950 in San Antonio, Texas, U.S. He was interested in acting from her initial days. To pursue his career in acting field, he joined The University of Texas at Austin. From the University, he gained a degree in drama.
Like all people think that actors life is the most sophisticated and blissful life. It doesn’t apply in the case of this talented actor. He had done a lot of hard work and struggle to reach at this stage. To get first ever role of his career in 1978 comedy classic ‘National Lampoon’s Animal House’, he had waited a long time sitting at New York City casting office. However after all struggle and good performance, he was selected for the role. It became his first success in his acting career. After that, he portrayed the role of William Tell overture in ‘Animal House’. Bruce started to get recognize through his exceptional acting talent after this role. As a result, he was casted in the various movies like ‘Wildcats’, ‘Cliffhanger’, ‘Black Sheep’, ‘Rosewood’, ‘The Sum of All Fears’, ‘Cinderella Man’, Runaway Jury’ and many more. Through his brilliant performance in the movies, he certainly became the favorite actor of the director Michael Mann. He worked with the well-known director in ‘Collateral’, ‘The Insider’ and ‘Ali’. Bruce also appeared in the four HBO TV movies ‘61*’, ‘Path to War’, ‘Live from Baghdad’ and ‘Recount’. Most recently, he was seen in the movie ‘Lincoln’ where he played the role of Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton. Apart from his exceptional work on the movies, he also made his name popular through acting in the various television series. He reprises his role as D-Day in 1979 ABC’s television spin-off ‘Delta House’. He also made guest appearance in the popular TV series like ‘Walker’, ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’, ‘Miami Vice’, ‘Crime Story’ and ‘Texas Ranger’. Later he showed his fabulous acting skills in ‘Wolf Lake’, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ and ‘No Ordinary Family’. Currently, he is known for his outstanding performance on the TNT crime drama ‘Rizzoli & Isles’. McGill has certainly gained much needed fame from his phenomenal acting skills.
Significance to his personal life biography, McGill is a married man. He got married to wife Gloria Lee in 1994. It’s been two decades of his marriage. Till date, there is no news of their divorce. It seems that both couple is enjoying blissful moments with each other. Currently, this talented actor is residing in San Antonio with his family. McGill has been successful to maintain his both professional and personal life.
McGill is considered as one of the versatile and talented actors of the American movie industry. Due to his extraordinary acting skills, he has gained both name and fame in the entertainment world. McGill is a handsome man with an exemplified height of 5 feet 10 inches. Even reaching at the old age of 64, he has not lost his charm on his face. He still looks active and passionate like in his young days. Perhaps, McGill has been an inspiration to all the young actors who wants to pursue their career in acting. Through his acting career, he has accumulated total net worth amount of $2 million dollars.
More additional information about this supremely talented actor can be extracted from the wiki and other internet sites. His brief bio is also available on IMDb. McGill is also active on twitter @BruceMcGill. His fans can get recent news and updates from following his twitter.