Gabriel Macht

Actor, Producer
Handsome and skilled without any apparent effort, American actor Gabriel Macht, assembled an impressive string of reviews for work in film and theater and on television, often surpassing in quality the project in which ... Read more »
Born: 01/22/1972 in Bronx, New York, USA

Filmography

Actor (26)

Suits 1996 - 1997, 2013 - 2016 (TV Show)

Actor

One Way to Valhalla 2014 (Movie)

Bo Durant (Actor)

S.W.A.T.: Firefight 2014 (Movie)

Paul Cutler (Actor)

Breaking at the Edge 2013 (Movie)

Detective Williams (Actor)

A Bag of Hammers 2012 (Movie)

Wyatt (Actor)

Love and Other Drugs 2010 (Movie)

Trey Hannigan (Actor)

Middle Men 2010 (Movie)

Buck Dolby (Actor)

Whiteout 2009 (Movie)

Robert Pryce (Actor)

The Spirit 2008 (Movie)

The Spirit (Actor)

Because I Said So 2007 (Movie)

Johnny (Actor)

The Good Shepherd 2006 (Movie)

John Russell Jr (Actor)

A Love Song for Bobby Long 2004 (Movie)

Lawson Pines (Actor)

Grand Theft Parsons 2004 (Movie)

Gram Parsons (Actor)

The Recruit 2003 (Movie)

Zack (Actor)

Bad Company 2002 (Movie)

Seale (Actor)

American Outlaws 2001 (Movie)

Frank James (Actor)

Behind Enemy Lines 2001 (Movie)

Stackhouse (Actor)

The Others 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)

Actor

The Adventures of Sebastian Cole 1999 (Movie)

Troy (Actor)

Sex and the City 1998 (Tv Show)

Actor

The Object of My Affection 1998 (Movie)

Steve Casillo (Actor)

Spin City 1996 - 1997 (Tv Show)

Actor

Archangel (TV Show)

Actor

Follow the River (TV Show)

Actor

The Audrey Hepburn Story (TV Show)

Actor

Biography

Handsome and skilled without any apparent effort, American actor Gabriel Macht, assembled an impressive string of reviews for work in film and theater and on television, often surpassing in quality the project in which he appeared. Along a typical road to stardom, Macht rode decidingly on the path adjacent and on his own clock. Briefly a child actor, Macht withdrew from show business but returned with steely resolve as an adult actor, usually being cast as the pretty boy with heart. Macht moved from television movies like "The Audrey Hepburn Story" (ABC, 2000) in which he effectively played no less than movie legend William Holden, to a lead role in the sci-fi drama, "The Others" (NBC, 2000). Macht's standout work in highly anticipated films with big name clout, as in "American Outlaws" (2001), "Behind Enemy Lines" (2001), and "The Recruit" (2003) earned him favorable notices. Macht drew much attention in "A Love Song for Bobby Long" (2004), where he played troubled writer Lawson Pines. The actor eased through both Robert De Niro's "The Good Shepherd" (2006), and the comedy "Because I Said So" (2007) before scoring his biggest role then to date as the action lead in the comic book-turned-film "The Spirit" (2008) before navigating sub-zero temperatures in the action thriller, "Whiteout" (2009). Although he had the chops as a child, Macht wisely opted out of the business to age gracefully into a successful, marketable and talented adult actor who quickly became a force to reckon with on the big screen.

Relationships

Jacinda Barrett Actor

Wife
Married Dec. 29, 2004

Stephen Macht Actor

Father
Born May 1, 1942

Ari Macht Editor

Brother
Born in 1967

Satine Macht

Daughter
Born Aug. 20, 2007; mother, Jacinda Barrett

Jesse Macht

Brother
Born in 1983

Julie Macht

Sister
Born in 1965 Married AIDS researcher Dr. David Owen Beenhouwer

Suzanne Pulier Macht

Mother
Married Macht's father in 1964

EDUCATION

Carnegie Mellon University

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Graduated from the College of Fine Arts

Milestones

2011

Co-starred as slick attorney Harvey Spencer on USA Network's "Suits"

2010

Cast opposite Luke Wilson in the crime film "Middle Men"

2010

Joined cast alongside Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal in romantic comedy "Love and Other Drugs"

2009

Co-starred opposite Kate Beckinsale in "Whiteout"

2008

Cast in the title role in Frank Miller's adaptation of Will Eisner's "The Spirit"

2007

Played Mandy Moore's love interest in "Because I Said So"

2006

Cast as a fellow Skull & Bones member opposite Matt Damon in "The Good Shepherd"

2004

Starred opposite John Travolta and Scarlett Johansson in "A Love Song for Bobby Long"

2004

Starred with Robert Forster and Johnny Knoxville in the low-budget comedy "Grand Theft Parsons"

2003

Co-starred with Al Pacino and Colin Farrell in "The Recruit"

2002

Co-starred with Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins in "Bad Company"

2001

Played Frank James in the film "American Outlaws"

2001

Landed featured role in the war drama "Behind Enemy Lines"

2000

Starred as an empathetic medical intern named Mark Gabriel on the NBC series "The Others"

2000

Portrayed William Holden in the ABC biopic "The Audrey Hepburn Story" with Jennifer Love Hewitt as Hepburn

2000

Produced and starred in the independent film "The Bookie's Lament"

1999

Produced and acted in the film "Not for Nothin'"

1999

Co-starred in "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole"

1998

Landed supporting role in the film "The Object of My Affection"

1995

Acted off-Broadway as "The Visitor" (aka Elvis) in Steve Martin's comedy "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"

1995

Appeared in the ABC TV-movie "Follow the River"

1994

Performed in the play "What the Butler Saw" at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC

1991

Played supporting role in the NBC TV-movie "Guilty Until Proven Innocent"

1980

Made feature acting debut in "Why Would I Lie?"

At age five, moved with family to Los Angeles, CA

Raised in Westchester County, NY

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