William H. Macy Net Worth

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Macy attended and matriculated from Allegany High School in 1968. Afterwards, he would attend Bethany College to study veterinary medicine. He admits that he wasn’t very good at academics, and later decided to go to Goddard College where he found a liking for theatre. He started working in productions such as “The Three Penny Opera” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” while he was there.

After graduation, William moved to Chicago, and initially worked as a bartender. There he founded St. Nicholas Theater Company with David Mamet and started in plays such as “The Water Engine” and “American Buffalo”. After Chicago, Macy moved to Los Angeles and then New York in 1980, where he would perform in over 50 Broadway and off-Broadway shows. He used the name W.H. Macy so that he wouldn’t be confused with actor Bill Macy. He was also well known for his voice-over work which was used in many commercials. One of his first television appearances was in “Kate & Allie”, and later he got the opportunity to work on films such as “Things Change”, “Oleanna” and “Spartan”. These were a steady start to his net worth.

William became well known for the film “Fargo”, which he was nominated for an Academy Award. This would then lead to more films such as “Benny & Joon”, “Air Force One”, “Jurassic Park III” and “Seabiscuit”. While all of these were happening, he also did a lot of work on television, and received numerous awards for the television film “Door to Door”; he made appearances in “ER” and “Sports Night” as well. In 2007, he was in the film “Wild Hogs” – which received poor ratings but was a financial success – and was about middle-aged men trying to relive their days of youth riding motorcycles and travelling the country. Three years later “Shameless” would get him acclaim for his performance, as well as an Emmy nomination. His latest work is on the film “The Sessions” and “Room”.

For his personal life, it is known that William has been married to actress Felicity Huffman since 1997, and they have two daughters. He plays the ukulele and also does woodworking during his free time. Since the movie “Wild Hogs”, he’s taken a big interest in motorcycles. Macy also does philanthropic work from time to time; he works as the national ambassador for the United Cerebral Palsy Association.

Structural info

  • Full Name: William H. Macy
  • Net Worth: $22 Million
  • Salary: $125,000 Per Episode
  • Date Of Birth: March 13, 1950
  • Died: March 29, 1877, Paris, France
  • Place Of Birth: Miami, Florida USA
  • Height: 1.75 m
  • Profession: Actor, screenwriter, teacher, theater director
  • Education: Bethany College, Goddard College
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Felicity Huffman (m. 1997), Carla Santos Shamberg (m. 1980–1985)
  • Children: Georgia Grace Macy, Sofia Grace Macy, William H Macy III
  • Parents: William Hall Macy, Sr., Lois Overstreet
  • Siblings: Fred Merrill
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/williamhmacy
  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/williamhmacy
  • IMDB: www.imdb.com/name/nm0000513
  • Awards: Independent Spirit Awards (1997), Boston Society of Film Critics Awards (1998), Florida Film Critics Circle Awards (1998), Satellite Awards (2000); Primetime Emmy Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Satellite Awards (2003)
  • Nominations: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supp…
  • Movies: “Things Change”, “Oleanna”, “Spartan”, “Benny & Joon”, “Air Force One”, “Jurassic Park III” (2001), “Seabiscuit”
  • TV Shows: “The Three Penny Opera”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (1999), “The Water Engine” (1992), “Shameless” (2011-), “Fargo” (1996), “Rudderless” (2014), “American Buffalo” ,“Kate & Allie”

Quotes

  • They don’t do movies of the week anymore. So I found myself looking for gainful employment. And about two years ago, I decided I wanted to try television. My opinion is that the best stuff anywhere is on television right now. I just love it.
  • It’s not the actor’s job to be funny, it’s the writer’s job. It’s the actor’s job to be truthful, and then the humor will come out.
  • I can’t cook to save my soul. Every once in a while, I’ll cook something that’s really good. And if you put a gun to my head, I couldn’t repeat it.
  • When I lived in New York, I supported myself by doing commercials. Mostly I auditioned. Once in a blue moon, I would actually book one.
  • [on making Boogie Nights (1997)] One of my first days was the scene in which Dirk Diggler wins the Golden Phallus Award. In the audience were 100 extras who had been told to wear their finest 1970s clothes. All they knew was that this was a Burt Reynolds film. They’re sitting there, and the director says, “All right, let’s give it a shot. When she announces the winner, you all applaud.” Melora Walters walks up to the microphone, opens the envelope and, with that fabulous little voice of hers, says, “And the winner is–and I can’t wait to get his big cock in my mouth and my ass and my pussy–Dirk Diggler!” There was a stunned silence, and literally half the extras walked out, got in their cars and drove home. We were shut down for a while until they could get another set of extras. The next time, the director described the scene and told them what they were in for.
  • I’ve always felt everything you need is on the page. I used to load my wallet with fake IDs and know what was outside the door down the imaginary hallway. I would do a history for the character, but that’s a whole lot of work, and one day I thought, “I wonder what would happen if I didn’t do that,” and the answer was, “Nothing”. Nothing. It doesn’t help you. For an actor, the real issue is the moment-to-moment.
  • For a performer to get rage, or to get hostility or shock or any kind of emotions from the audience is a joy. The thing I think actors fear the most is boredom or inattention. That’s what kills me.
  • [on playing losers] When you do something well, they’ll ask you to do it again. Early on, I must have done this well and the reputation was out there. It’s strange because in my life, I don’t feel like a loser. Far from it. I feel lucky.
  • Nobody became an actor because he had a good childhood.

Facts

  • Has English, as well as Belgian, German, Scottish, and Irish ancestry.
  • As of 2016, has appeared in three films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Fargo (1996), Seabiscuit (2003) and Room (2015).
  • When he appeared on Inside the Actors Studio, Macy recalled that at the wrap party for Boogie Nights (1997), Nina Hartley, who played his character, Little Bill’s wife and who was a real life porn star, gave the cast gifts of her own porn films. Macy’s present was a copy of “Nina Hartley’s Guide to Anal Sex”.
  • When he was introduced during the 1997 Academy Awards (his first nomination, for Fargo (1996)) he was incorrectly referred to by the voice-over announcer as the former star of the sitcom Maude (1972), which was actually comedian Bill Macy.
  • He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7060 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on March 7, 2012.
  • With his hair a little on the long side, Macy was once mistaken for Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones at a Japanese airport.
  • While in college, Macy had an old van with a bumper sticker that read: “Don’t Laugh – Your Daughter May Be in Here”.
  • Lobbied hard for his role in Fargo (1996), including flying from Los Angeles to New York at his own expense for a third audition, and, he says, “I essentially told them I’d shoot their pets if they didn’t give me this role and I wasn’t leaving the room until they cast me.”.
  • Has been widely rumored to own a large collection of boomerangs. Macy himself says he does not collect boomerangs and has no idea how the rumor got started.
  • He was nominated for a 1979 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for “Holiday” at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
  • He was nominated for a 1977 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Principal Role for his performance in “The Collected Works of Billy the Kid” at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • He was nominated for a 1976 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for his performance in “Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia, at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
  • He was nominated for a 1976 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in a Play for his performance in “American Buffalo” at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • His hobbies are woodworking and playing the ukulele.
  • Owns a home in Vermont.
  • Owns a Bernese Mountain Dog that was bought in Grass Valley.
  • Lived with Felicity Huffman for 15 years before they married in 1997.
  • Was among the guests at Marcia Cross’ wedding to Tom Mahoney
  • Auditioned for the role of Brian on the sitcom Family Guy (1999), which went to Seth MacFarlane.
  • After spending years in Chicago theater and building his resume as an actor, at age 28 he relocated to New York City for film and television work.
  • He and wife Felicity Huffman both received Emmy Award nominations in 2005.
  • Met Felicity Huffman when she was one of his students at the Atlantic Theater Company
  • The pop rock band Head Automatica has a song named after the actor called “I Shot William H. Macy”.
  • He attended Allegany High School in Cumberland, Maryland. He was junior and senior class president of his graduating class.
  • Has admitted to experimenting with LSD in college. William stated some friends referred to him as “acid head”.
  • His father lives in Gainesville, Florida.
  • Became a spokesperson for United Cerebral Palsy after filming Door to Door (2002).
  • His agent tried to discourage him from reading the script for Boogie Nights (1997), but he read it anyway, loved it, and signed on to do the film.
  • In 1985, he and David Mamet co-founded the Atlantic Theater Company, located in New York City.
  • Was the first choice to voice Marlin in Finding Nemo (2003), which went to Albert Brooks.
  • Remembers jokes and always tells one when he appears on Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1993).
  • The writers and producers of The Simpsons (1989) have joked semi-seriously that if there was ever a live-action version of the series, then he would be the perfect choice to play Ned Flanders.
  • He and his wife Felicity Huffman have two daughters: Sofia Grace (born August 1, 2000) and Georgia Grace (born March 14, 2002).
  • He, wife Felicity Huffman, Giancarlo Esposito and TV stars Camryn Manheim and Kristen Johnston are all members of the New York-based Atlantic Theater Company, which Macy and writer David Mamet co-founded in 1985.
  • Uses the name William H. Macy so he won’t be confused with 1970s comedian Bill Macy.
  • While in New York, worked as “voice-over talent”, including “Secret – strong enough for a man but made for a woman” (“That’s my most famous voice-over”) (Esquire magazine, August 1997).
  • Was a founding member of St. Nicholas Theater in Chicago with David Mamet and writer Steven Schachter.
  • Studied under David Mamet at Goddard College, Vermont.
  • His best friends called him “Willie” when he attended Bethany College in Bethany, West Virginia.

Filmography

Actor
Title Year Status Character
The Layover 2017 post-production
Krystal 2017 post-production Wyatt
Shameless 2011-2016 TV Series Frank Gallagher
Jerry Gallagher
Blood Father 2016 Kirby
Room 2015/I Robert
Stealing Cars 2015 Philip Wyatt
Dial a Prayer 2015 Bill
Walter 2015 Dr. Corman
Cake 2014/II Leonard
Two-Bit Waltz 2014 Carl
Rudderless 2014 Trill (Proprietor)
Kaze tachinu 2013 Satomi (English version, voice)
Trust Me 2013 Gary
A Single Shot 2013 Pitt
Ernest & Celestine 2012 Head Dentist (English version, voice)
The Sessions 2012 Father Brendan
Portraits in Dramatic Time 2011 William H. Macy
The Lincoln Lawyer 2011 Frank Levin
Dirty Girl 2010 Ray
Marmaduke 2010 Don Twombly
Shorts 2009 Dr. Noseworthy
The Maiden Heist 2009 George McLendon
ER 1994-2009 TV Series Dr. David Morgenstern
Family Man 2008 TV Movie Todd Becker
The Tale of Despereaux 2008 Lester (voice)
Bart Got a Room 2008 Ernie
The Deal 2008/I Charlie Berns
He Was a Quiet Man 2007 Gene Shelby
Wild Hogs 2007 Dudley Frank
Curious George 2006-2007 TV Series The Narrator
The Unit 2007 TV Series President of the United States
Everyone’s Hero 2006 Lefty Maginnis (voice)
Inland Empire 2006 Announcer
Bobby 2006 Paul
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman 2006 Video Rudyard North (voice)
Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King 2006 TV Mini-Series Clyde Umney
Sam Landry
George Demmick
Doogal 2006 Brian (voice)
Thank You for Smoking 2005 Senator Ortolan Finistirre
Edmond 2005 Edmond
Sahara 2005 Admiral Jim Sandecker
The Wool Cap 2004 TV Movie Gigot
Cellular 2004 Sgt. Bob Mooney
Reversible Errors 2004 TV Movie Arthur Raven
In Enemy Hands 2004 Chief of Boat Nathan Travers
Spartan 2004 Stoddard
Seabiscuit 2003 Tick Tock McGlaughlin
Out of Order 2003 TV Mini-Series Steven
Stealing Sinatra 2003 John Irwin
The Cooler 2003 Bernie Lootz
It’s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie 2002 TV Movie Glenn
Door to Door 2002 TV Movie Bill Porter
Welcome to Collinwood 2002 Riley
Focus 2001/I Lawrence Newman
Jurassic Park III 2001 Paul Kirby
Batman Beyond 1999-2000 TV Series Karros / Aaron Herbst
State and Main 2000 Walt Price
Sports Night 1999-2000 TV Series Sam Donovan
Panic 2000 Alex
Magnolia 1999 Quiz Kid Donnie Smith
Aimee Mann: Save Me 1999 Video short Quiz Kid Donnie Smith
The Night of the Headless Horseman 1999 TV Movie Ichabod Crane (voice)
The Wild Thornberrys 1999 TV Series Skoot
A Slight Case of Murder 1999 TV Movie Terry Thorpe
Mystery Men 1999 Shoveler
Frasier 1999 TV Series Ralph
Happy, Texas 1999 Sheriff Chappy Dent
A Civil Action 1998 James Gordon
The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue 1998 Video Justin (voice)
The Lionhearts 1998 TV Series Leo Lionheart
Psycho 1998 Milton Arbogast
Hercules 1998 TV Series Jorgen Svenson / Sven Jorgenson
King of the Hill 1998 TV Series Dr. Rubin
Superman 1998 TV Series Director
Pleasantville 1998 George Parker
The Con 1998 TV Movie Bobby
Jerry and Tom 1998 Karl
Wag the Dog 1997 CIA Agent Charles Young
Boogie Nights 1997 Little Bill
Air Force One 1997 Major Caldwell
Colin Fitz Lives! 1997 Mr. O’Day
Ghosts of Mississippi 1996 Charlie Crisco
Hit Me 1996 Policeman
The Writing on the Wall 1996 TV Movie Petrocelli
Fargo 1996 Jerry Lundegaard
Andersonville 1996 TV Movie Col. Chandler
Down Periscope 1996 Captain Knox
Mr. Holland’s Opus 1995 Vice Principal Gene Wolters (as W.H. Macy)
Mystery Dance 1995 TV Series Bob Wilson
Above Suspicion 1995 Pros. Atty. Schultz
Tall Tale 1995 Railroad Magnate (uncredited)
Roommates 1995 Doctor (uncredited)
Evolver 1995 Evolver (voice, as W.H. Macy)
In the Shadow of Evil 1995 TV Movie Dr. Frank Teague
Murder in the First 1995 D.A. William McNeil
Texan 1994 TV Short Doctor
Oleanna 1994 John
Dead on Sight 1994 Steven Meeker
The Client 1994 Dr. Greenway
Being Human 1994 Boris
L.A. Law 1993 TV Series Bernard Ruskin
Bakersfield P.D. 1993 TV Series Russell Karp
Searching for Bobby Fischer 1993 Tunafish Father
Benny & Joon 1993 Randy Burch
Twenty Bucks 1993 Property Clerk
The Heart of Justice 1992 TV Movie Booth
A Murderous Affair: The Carolyn Warmus Story 1992 TV Movie Sean Hammel
The Water Engine 1992 TV Movie Charles Lang
A Private Matter 1992 TV Movie Psychiatrist (as W.H. Macy)
Civil Wars 1992 TV Series Donald Patchen
Law & Order 1990-1992 TV Series Jack Powell / Assistant U.S. Attorney John McCormack
In the Line of Duty: Siege at Marion 1992 TV Movie Ray Daniels
Shadows and Fog 1991 Cop with Spiro (as W.H. Macy)
Homicide 1991 Tim Sullivan
ABC Afterschool Specials 1990 TV Series Store Clerk
Tattinger’s 1989 TV Series Myron
Lip Service 1988 TV Movie Farmer (as W.H. Macy)
Things Change 1988 Billy Drake (as W.H. Macy)
Spenser: For Hire 1985-1988 TV Series Efrem Connors / District Attorney
The Murder of Mary Phagan 1988 TV Mini-Series Randy
House of Games 1987 Sgt. Moran (as W.H. Macy)
The Equalizer 1987 TV Series Dr. Spaulding
Radio Days 1987 Radio Voice (as W.H. Macy)
Alive from Off Center 1987 TV Series
Kate & Allie 1986 TV Series Carl
Hometown 1985 TV Series Loring Dixwell
The Last Dragon 1985 J.J. (as W.H. Macy)
Joanna 1985 TV Movie Napoleon Flipper
The Dining Room 1984 TV Movie Arthur / Charlie / Architect / … (as W.H. Macy)
The Boy Who Loved Trolls 1984 TV Movie Socrates (as W.H. Macy)
Sitcom 1983 TV Movie Chip Gooseberry
The Cradle Will Fall 1983 TV Movie Ben Duffy (as W.H. Macy)
WarGames 1983 NORAD Officer (uncredited)
Without a Trace 1983 Reporter (as W.H. Macy)
Foolin’ Around 1980 Bronski (as W.H. Macy)
Somewhere in Time 1980 Critic (as W.H. Macy)
The Awakening Land 1978 TV Mini-Series Will Beagle
Another World 1964 TV Series Frank Fisk (1982) (as W.H. Macy)
Writer
Title Year Status Character
Rudderless 2014 written by
Shameless 2012 TV Series written by – 1 episode
Family Man 2008 TV Movie
The Deal 2008/I screenplay
The Wool Cap 2004 TV Movie teleplay
Just a Walk in the Park 2002 TV Movie teleplay
Door to Door 2002 TV Movie written by
A Slight Case of Murder 1999 TV Movie teleplay
The Con 1998 TV Movie written by
Every Woman’s Dream 1996 TV Movie teleplay
Above Suspicion 1995 written by – as W.H. Macy
Home Fires 1992 TV Series teleplay – 1 episode
Thirtysomething 1991 TV Series written by – 1 episode
Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character
Shameless 2011-2012 TV Series performer – 4 episodes
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2011 TV Series performer – 1 episode
Magnolia 1999 performer: “Wise Up”
The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue 1998 Video performer: “Come Make The Most Of Your Life”
Director
Title Year Status Character
The Layover 2017 attached post-production
Krystal 2017 post-production
Shameless 2015 TV Series 1 episode
Ben Kweller & Selena Gomez: Hold On 2014 Video short
Rudderless 2014
Lip Service 1988 TV Movie as W.H. Macy
Producer
Title Year Status Character
Rudderless 2014 executive producer
Family Man 2008 TV Movie executive producer
Choose Your Own Adventure: The Abominable Snowman 2006 Video executive producer
Transamerica 2005 executive producer
The Wool Cap 2004 TV Movie producer
Miscellaneous
Title Year Status Character
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘N’ Roll Generation Saved Hollywood 2003 Documentary narrator
Thanks
Title Year Status Character
Making the Case: Creating the Lincoln Lawyer 2011 Short special thanks
Explicit Ills 2008 special thanks
MADtv 2005 TV Series special thanks – 1 episode
The Making of ‘Seabiscuit’ 2003 Video documentary short special thanks
That Moment: Magnolia Diary 2000 Video documentary thanks
Wildly Available 1996 special thanks
Self
Title Year Status Character
Where Music Meets Film 2008 TV Movie Himself
Shootout 2008 TV Series Himself – Guest
Tavis Smiley 2008 TV Series Himself – Guest
Speechless 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards 2007 TV Special Himself – Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie
Bikers, Brawls and Burning Bars: The Making of ‘Wild Hogs’ 2007 Video short Himself
Planet Voice 2007 TV Series Himself
Weekend Sunrise 2007 TV Series Himself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 2006-2007 TV Series Himself – Guest
Darius Goes West 2007 Documentary Himself
E! Live from the Red Carpet 2007 TV Series Himself
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2007 TV Special Himself – Audience Member (uncredited)
Bobby: The Making of an American Epic 2007 Video documentary short Himself
Corazón de… 2005-2006 TV Series Himself
AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Cheers: America’s Most Inspiring Movies 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
Film ’72 2006 TV Series Himself
The 78th Annual Academy Awards 2006 TV Special Himself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2006 TV Special Himself
The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2006 TV Movie documentary Himself
60 Minutes 2006 TV Series documentary Himself – Actor (segment “Felicity”)
The Simpsons 2006 TV Series Himself
MADtv 2005 TV Series Himself
Across the Sands of Sahara 2005 Video documentary short Himself
Making ‘Sahara’ 2005 Video documentary short Himself
The View 2005 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2005 TV Special documentary Himself – Nominee: Best Actor in a Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie
The 10th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself – Presenter
Dialing Up ‘Cellular’ 2004 Video documentary short Himself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2004 TV Series Himself – Guest
Inside the Actors Studio 2004 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2004 TV Special Himself – Co-Presenter
Paula Zahn Now 2004 TV Series Himself – Guest
Biography 2004 TV Series documentary Himself
Seabiscuit: The Making of a Legend 2003 TV Short documentary Himself
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1997-2003 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2003 TV Special Himself – Winner: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie / Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special and Presenter: Outstanding Drama Series
A Life of Laughter: Remembering John Ritter 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
The True Story of Seabiscuit 2003 TV Movie documentary Narrator / Host (voice)
HBO First Look 2003 TV Series documentary short Himself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2003 TV Series Himself – Guest
Dark Roots: The Unauthorized Anna Nicole 2003 TV Movie documentary Narrator (voice)
Minnesota Nice 2003 Video short documentary Himself
The 2003 IFP Independent Spirit Awards 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2003 TV Special Himself
Once Upon a Time in Utah, Sundance 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘N’ Roll Generation Saved Hollywood 2003 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Anatomy of a Scene 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
Beyond Jurassic Park 2001 Video Himself
The Dinosaurs of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
The Making of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
The Special Effects of ‘Jurassic Park III’ 2001 Video documentary short Himself
The 100 Greatest Films 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
Dennis Miller Live 2001 TV Series Himself – Guest
Nature 2001 TV Series documentary Himself – Narrator
That Moment: Magnolia Diary 2000 Video documentary Himself
Charlie Rose 1998-2000 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 2000 TV Series Himself – Guest
Spotlight on Location: Mystery Men 2000 Video documentary short Himself
‘Psycho’ Path 1999 Video short documentary Himself
The Martin Short Show 1999 TV Series Himself – Guest
Late Show with David Letterman 1997-1999 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Making of ‘A Civil Action’ 1999 Video short Himself
Macy About Mamet 1998 Video documentary short Himself
Comic Relief VIII 1998 TV Special Himself
The 1998 Annual ShoWest Awards 1998 TV Special Himself
4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1998 TV Special Himself
The Directors 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
The 69th Annual Academy Awards 1997 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Best Actor in a Supporting Role
3rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 1997 TV Special Himself
The 11th Annual American Comedy Awards 1997 TV Special Himself
Gomorron 1996 TV Series Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2007-2017 TV Series Himself
Extra 2017 TV Series Himself
23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2017 TV Special Himself
The 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2016 TV Movie Himself
Live with Kelly and Ryan 2007-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
CBS This Morning 2016 TV Series Himself
The 68th Primetime Emmy Awards 2016 TV Special Himself
The Chew 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2016 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Outstanding Male Actor in a Comedy Series
The Talk 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Larry King Now 2014-2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Off Camera with Sam Jones 2015 TV Series Himself
The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
Late Night with Seth Meyers 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
Rachael Ray 2015 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Winner
Misery Loves Comedy 2015 Documentary Himself – Interviewee
The Real 2015 TV Series Himself
The Insider 2015 TV Series Himself
72nd Golden Globe Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Nominee
Shameless: Season 4, Being Gallagher 2014 Video short Himself
Shameless: Season 4, Shameless Neighbors 2014 Video short Himself
Made in Hollywood 2014 TV Series Himself
Last Call with Carson Daly 2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards 2014 TV Special Himself – Nominee
The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables 2014 TV Series Himself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jane Fonda 2014 TV Movie Himself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2011-2014 TV Series Himself – Guest
CinemAbility 2013 Documentary Himself
Chelsea Lately 2013 TV Series Himself – Guest
Conan 2011-2013 TV Series Himself – Guest
Shameless: The Art of Acting Drunk 2012 Video short Himself
Shameless Season 3 Sneak Peek: Even More Shameless 2012 Video short Himself
The Hour 2012 TV Series Himself
Citizen Hearst 2012 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Dan Rather Reports 2012 TV Series Himself
The 2012 Film Independent Spirit Awards 2012 TV Special Himself – Presenter
The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2012 TV Special Himself – Presenter
The Rosie Show 2012 TV Series Himself – Guest
16th Annual Prism Awards 2012 TV Special Himself
Bringing Shameless to America 2011 Video short Himself
Shameless: Bringing the Fun to Dysfunctional 2011 Video short Himself
Shameless: Season 2 Sneak Peak – One Hot Summer 2011 Video short Himself
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards 2011 TV Special Himself – Co-Presenter: Outstanding Drama Series
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2005-2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
Breakfast 2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1997-2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
In the House with Peter Bart & Peter Guber 2010 TV Series
Fashion News Live 2010 TV Series Himself
The Bonnie Hunt Show 2009 TV Series Himself – Guest
Martha 2009 TV Series Himself – Guest
America’s Choice 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Extra 2017 TV Series Himself
The Insider 2016 TV Series Himself
Invent Nothing, Deny Nothing: Five Guys from Mamet’s HOMICIDE 2009 Video documentary short Tim Sullivan
Oscar, que empiece el espectáculo 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself / Jerry Lundegaard (uncredited)
La noche desesperada 2007 TV Movie Himself
Corazón de… 2005-2006 TV Series Himself
Celebrity Debut 2006 TV Movie Himself
Inside Pepe’s Studio: Hosted by Pepe the King Prawn 2003 Video short Glenn (uncredited)

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