Bruce Travis McGill is a US actor. He is popular for his work in the movies The Insider (1999), Ali (2001), and Collateral (2004) with director Michael Mann. Many notable film roles in McGill include Daniel Simpson’s “D-Day” Day at Animal House, Com, in John Landis. Matuzak in Timecop, Reverend Larson in Shallow Hal, Gene Revell in The Sum of All Fears and Lt. Brooks in Ride Along and its Ride Along 2 sequel.
The television appearances of Bruce McGill include Jack Dalton on MacGyver (1985–1992) and Det. Vince Korsak on Rizzoli & Isles (2010–2016). He also played Captain Braxton in an episode of Star Trek Voyager (1999) and spoke on The Cleveland Show (2012–2014) to Lloyd Waterman, the owner of the Waterman cable. He has played Ralph Houk in the made-for-television film 61* (2001) by Billy Crystal. McGill hosted a series of commercials supporting Donald Trump and the Republican Party during the 2016 presidential election.
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Bruce McGill: Early Life, Education, and Family
McGill was born on 11 July 1950 in San Antonio, Texas, son of artist Adriel Rose, and real estate and insurance agent Woodrow Wilson McGill. Likewise, he graduated with a degree in drama from Douglas MacArthur High School in San Antonio’s northeastern part and from the University of Texas at Austin. Similarly, he is related to A.R. Schwartz, former Texas state senator.
Caption: Bruce Mcgill in his early life
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Bruce McGill: Career and achievements
In many films, McGill appeared, perhaps his most well-known role is “D-Day” in the 1978 comedy-classic National Lampoon’s Animal House, a role McGill was desperate to take at the time, remembering his days as a young unemployed actor sitting in a casting office in New York. Similarly, he played the William Tell Overture in Animal House by drumming his fingertips over his windpipe. Besides, in MacGyver he duplicated this talent, playing “Rock-The-Cradle” to lull a child to sleep in his care.
Some of his movies include Into the Night, Wildcats, The Last Boy Scout, My Cousin Vinny, Cliffhanger, Timecop, Black Sheep, Courage Under Fire, Rosewood, The Insider, Three Fugitives, Club Paradise, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Ali, The Sum of All Fears, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, Matchstick Men, Runaway Jury, Collateral, Cinderella Man, Outlaw Trail: The Treasure of Butch Cassidy, and Vantage Point.
Caption: Bruce Mcgill in ‘ Into the Night’
In the 3rd season, Babylon 5 episode “Severed Dreams” (who won the 1997 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation) McGill also played Major Ed Ryan. Babylon 5 maker J. Michael Straczynski originally intended for Everett McGill to play the role. However he did not know McGill’s first name, so when he asked to have McGill contacted, Straczynski was asked if he meant Bruce McGill, to which he replied yes. Even though it became apparent to Straczynski when Bruce McGill met him to discuss the role that this wasn’t the McGill Straczynski had in mind, Straczynski decided to use him instead.
In the 2016 U.S. election, during his campaign, McGill narrated several commercials for Donald Trump. In February 2017, he would be a guest star as a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War in the NCIS series. The series was American action police procedural television. McGill is currently the narrator for the Scandalous Fox News series.
Bruce McGill: Personal life and wife
Bruce McGill tries to keep his personal and love life private so check back frequently as we will keep updating this page with new news and rumors about dating. Now, Bruce McGill marries Gloria Lee. The couple began dating in 1994 and were together for about 26 years, 1 month, and 13 days. Before this one, Bruce McGill had at least 1 connection. He did not marry after that.
Caption: Actor with wife Gloria McGill
Bruce McGill: Net worth and social media
The actor has a net worth of $4 million dollars. His main source of income is his acting career. Likewise, he is not available on social media platforms.
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