His television credits has been equally diverse, from the BBC's award-winning production of The Common Pursuit to Sally Field's directorial debut in ABC's The Christmas Tree. McCarthy won praise for his portrayal of Bobby Kennedy in the CBS miniseries Jack: A Life, as well as for starring in the F/X Network's highest-rated film ever, The Sight, and in the recent Hallmark hit, Straight from the Heart.
A veteran of New York Theatre, for the last five years McCarthy has starred in no less than nine plays, including the Tony award-winning Sideman on Broadway, the Lucille Lortel award-winning play, The Exonerated, and acclaimed productions of Long Days Journey into Night and The Glass Menagerie. He also originated roles by Oscar-winning writers Horton Foote and John Patrick Shanley.
McCarthy, who has just completed two upcoming films, The Orphan King and 2B Perfectly Honest, is a member of the Ensemble Studio and the Actor's Studio.
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|November 29, 1962 (61)
|New York, New York, USA