Holt McCallany Biography
Holt McCallany is an American actor, best known for portraying FBI Special Agent Bill Tench on the series Mindhunter (2017–2019). He also has had several supporting roles in various television series and films, including Casualties of War, Alien 3, Three Kings, Fight Club, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Shot Caller, Wrath of Man, and The Ice Road. He also played Les, a young film student graduate in the film The Search for One-eye Jimmy.
Holt McCallany Age|Birthday
Watts is 58 years old as of 2021. He was born Holt Quinn McAloney on 3rd September 1963 in New York. She celebrates her birthday on July 12 every year.
Holt McCallany Height and Weight
McCallany stands at a height of 1.87 meters inches tall and has a weight of 95 kgs.
Holt McCallany Family
He is the son of the late Julie Wilson who was an American singer and actress, “widely regarded as the queen of cabaret,” and the late Michael McAloney, an Irish actor and producer best known for his Tony Award-winning production of Brendan Behan’s Borstal Boy, an autobiographical drama about a young soldier of the Irish Republican Army, which was the first Irish production to garner top honors on Broadway.
Holt McCallany Wife
McCallany is in a romantic relationship with Nicole Wilson since 2006. However, the two are yet to marry. We will be sure to keep you updated once there is any information on their engagement or wedding plans.
Holt McCallany Education
While McCallany’s parents continued to work in New York City, his younger brother and he was sent to live with another family in Dublin. He went to the Howth National School in Ireland. However, after his parent’s divorce, the kids returned to the country. He first attended school in New Jersey before being transferred to Omaha, Nebraska, to live with his maternal grandparents. There, he had a difficult upbringing and was dismissed from Creighton Preparatory School. He left his family at the age of 14 in order to pursue his dream of becoming an actor but instead landed a job unloading trucks in a factory. Eventually, his parents located him, and they sent him back to Ireland to attend Newbridge College, a boarding school in County Kildare that his father had gone to forty years previously.
He graduated from Creighton Preparatory School in 1981 after quickly leaving Ireland and later being allowed to return. After graduating from high school, he moved to France to further his studies. He first studied painting and French at the Paris American Academy before moving on to study theater at L’École Marcel Marceau and L’École Jacques Lecoq. Before relocating to New York City to launch his acting career, McCallany spent a summer at Oxford University studying Shakespeare. He also attended the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a Twelfth Night performance.
Holt McCallany Career
At the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival in Cleveland, Ohio, where Tom Hanks and other actors had also apprenticed, he landed his first professional acting job. After that, he went back to New York City and got a part as an understudy in Biloxi Blues on Broadway.
In addition to the TV miniseries Rough Riders and the movies Casualties of War, Alien 3, Creepshow 2, The Search for One-eye Jimmy, and Jade, McCallany also landed a number of supporting roles. He started supporting the Atlas Foundation Charity, a non-profit devoted to aiding kids and families facing physical and financial challenges, after portraying the illustrious boxing coach Teddy Atlas in the HBO telefilm Tyson.
He continued acting throughout the 1990s and 2000s, appearing in movies like Fight Club, Three Kings, Men of Honor, and Below, among others. In CSI: Miami, he played an investigator with psychological issues, and on Criminal Minds, he portrayed a soldier with PTSD.
He had an appearance in The Losers (2010), a Warner Bros. movie based on the DC Comics graphic novel. In addition, McCallany starred in the 2011 FX television series Lights Out as Patrick “Lights” Leary, an aging boxer who was pulled out of retirement and into a comeback attempt to recover the heavyweight title despite suffering from pugilistic dementia.
He then appeared in a number of movies, including Blackhat, Sully, and Shot Caller.
McCallany has been a co-star in the David Fincher-directed Netflix series Mindhunter since 2017. He portrays Bill Tench, an FBI agent working on a late 1970s serial killer investigation. The George Feydeau comedy Le Dindon, his debut film in the language, was released in September 2019.
Holt McCallany Movies
- The Ganzfeld Haunting
- Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
- Monster Trucks
- Shot Caller
- Justice League
- Beyond White Space
- Sgt. Will Gardner
- Le Dindon
- Wrath of Man
- The Ice Road
- Nightmare Alley
- Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent
- Bound by a Secret
- Burn Notice
- Night and Day
- Lights Out
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- Golden Boy
- Blue Bloods
- 61st Street
Holt McCallany Net Worth
McCallany has an estimated net worth of $4 Million which she has earned through her career as an actress.