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Christopher Mcdonald Net Worth

Christopher Mcdonald Net Worth is
$4 Million

Christopher Mcdonald Biography

Christopher McDonald can be an American actor most widely known for his functions for the films like Thelma and Louise, Leave It to Requiem for a Fantasy, Beaver and Happy Gilmore. McDonald started his professional acting profession since 1974 but his first movie premiered in the entire year 1980 called “The Hearse”. He got recurring parts in Television series, such as for example “Family Law”, “Harry’s Regulation”, “North Shore”, “ADVICE” and “Veronica’s Closet”. Born on February 15, 1955 in NEW YORK, NY, U.S may be the child of James R. McDonald and Patricia McDonald. Their 1st daughter and second kid, Hannah Elizabeth McDonald was created on 20th of October 1993. He’s celebrated for his performances in films such as for example “Thelma & Louise”, “Requiem for a Fantasy”, “61*” and “Lawn Dogs”. There’s no further fine detail in the wiki and IMDb about McDonald and his youthful siblings. He began his profession as a assisting actor and performed several antagonistic personas, which made him popular. No bogus rumors, no extra-marital affairs, though he mainly plays villain on display, he is a genuine hero in a genuine life. He in addition has performed in various comedy movies and Television shows. He started to perform in Television series after 90’s and quickly her grasped the chance with his both of your hands. That yr, he also produced a guest appearance in series titled “Batman Beyond” as Superman. He proved his personality and flexibility when he was requested to do something in the sex humor American Pie 5. McDonald was a killer during his times, he utilized to impress any girls around him. He started the glorious trip of his existence in NEW YORK, New York, USA as a boy of an agent and nursing professor, Patricia and senior high school principal and educator, James R. His fortune is normally reported to end up being four million dollars. Their romance lasted for just one year just and got separated in 1984, then had many affairs until he got wedded in the entire year 1992. He provides four children along with his wife Lupe Gidley. They have got 4 kids from their romantic relationship and are living jointly in LA. The couple is quite happy since engaged and getting married and there’s no rumor about their divorce and various other unwanted stuffs. At age 60 McDonald is quite active and is employed in numerous films and Television shows. He in addition has given his tone of voice for numerous films and Television shows. He provides also began to host his very own Television show and has made an appearance in various music videos. According to the resources, he’s currently filming two films called “A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island” and “The Squeeze”. Christopher can be a family group guy, he wants to spend his period with his family. We are able to view his photos via his twitter and Instagram accounts. As per the info on January 6, 2015, his net well worth was precisely $4 million dollars. He graduated from Geneva, New York’s Hobart University and was an associate of the Kappa Alpha Culture. As well as the above, his credits likewise incorporate Breakin’, Grease 2, The Boys NEARBY, Thelma & Louise, Grumpy Aged Men, Celtic Satisfaction, Quiz Display, Flubber, The Faculty, AN IDEAL Storm, Home Arrest, Dirty Function, American Pie 5: The Naked Broken Bouquets, Spy Children and Mile2: The Island of Shed Dreams. American personality actor Christopher McDonald can be noted for frequently portraying arrogant villainous function. Christopher assumed a higher-profile in 1989’s “IT


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Quick Facts

Full NameChristopher McDonald
Net Worth$4 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 15, 1955
Height1.91 m
ProfessionActor
EducationRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
NationalityAmerican
SpouseLupe McDonald
ChildrenHannah Elizabeth McDonald, Ava Catherine McDonald, Jackson Riley McDonald, Rosie McDonald
ParentsPatricia McDonald, James McDonald
SiblingsDaniel McDonald
MoviesHappy Gilmore, The Collection, Flubber, Requiem for a Dream, Thelma & Louise, Superhero Movie, Grease 2, The Iron Giant, Exposed, American Pie Presents: Beta House, Quiz Show, Breakin', American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile, Leave It to Beaver, The House Bunny, The Faculty, The Perfect Storm, Dirty Work, Broken Flowers, Grumpy Old Men, Awake, Monkey Trouble, Kickin' It Old Skool, Chances Are, About Last Night, Rumor Has It, The Skulls, Into Thin Air: Death on Everest, Lemonade Mouth, Don't Worry Baby, The Rich Man's Wife, Terminal Velocity, SLC Punk!, The Squeeze, Fatal Instinct, Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, Lawn Dogs, Celtic Pride, The Tuskegee Airmen, Mad Money, Believe Me, Fanboys, Funny Money, Roadflower, Where the Boys Are '84, Splinterheads, Isn't She Great, My Teacher's Wife, House Arrest, Children on Their Birthdays, The Eighteenth Angel
TV ShowsTexas Rising, Harry's Law, The Bronx Is Burning, Cracking Up, Family Law, Veronica's Closet, Good Advice, Walter & Emily


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 His favorite role that he has played is Jor-El in ''Superman: The Animated Series'' as he is a huge fan of Superman.
2 Played TV show hosts in Quiz Show (1994), Requiem for a Dream (2000) and in Peter Gabriel's clip for the song "The Barry Williams Show".
3 Irish-American.
4 His favorite NFL team is the Buffalo Bills.
5 He played Superman's biological father Jor-El in Superman (1996) and Justice League (2001) and Superman himself in Batman Beyond (1999).
6 He made guest appearances on both The Twilight Zone (1985) and The Twilight Zone (2002).
7 Enjoys skiing and fishing.
8 Is an avid pilot.
9 Enjoys racing cars and has raced in the Long Beach Grand Prix as well as on tracks in Germany.
10 Son Jackson Riley McDonald (born December 22nd 1990) and Daughters Hannah Elizabeth McDonald (born October 20th 1993) and Rosie McDonald (born 1996).
11 Is friends with actress Sheryl Lee.
12 Theatre credits include the Obie Award-winning musical Nightclub Cantata, Hay Fever, Bouncers and the Los Angeles Theatre Center's productions of Hamlet, Othello and The Taming Of The Shrew.
13 Studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory in New York.
14 Older brother of actor Daniel McDonald
15 (September 3, 2001) His wife Lupe gave birth to their fourth child, a daughter, Ava Catherine - weight eight pounds two ounces.
16 Attended Hobart College in Geneva, New York.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Often plays arrogant villains


Quotes

#Quote
1 (2011, on You've Reached The Elliott's) That was a pretty funny pilot that didn't get picked up, unfortunately. It was the Chris Elliott show, basically. It was about his family, and he had a beautiful daughter, a sister, and his sister was married to Phil. And Phil was the brother-in-law nobody likes to have. He was the quintessential blowhard, basically. He was a know-it-all, and he would just at every opportunity try to bring Chris down. We got huge laughs from the thing, but you know how it is with pilot season. They just go, "Ah, well, you didn't get picked up." But it was at the same network, CBS, where I did Family Law, so I saw some old pals when we made it. I really wanted it to go, because that's probably the easiest job in show business, sitcoms. Like, we're working right now next to Two And A Half Men, and I swear to God, they get there at 10 in the morning on Monday and they're out of there at 11:30. Tuesday they're there from 10 'til about 1:30, but right after lunch, it's, "Bye-bye, see ya!" Wednesday, it's kind of the same thing, and then one day they put on make-up, they do two shows, they have a party, and then they start again on Monday. Pretty easy, right? Whereas we're putting in 60, 70-hour weeks, we're getting up at 5:30 for our first call and leaving sometimes at 7:30, 8:30 at night. And we're doing legalese on top of it! But when you look back at the quality of the work? I'm delighted to have that.
2 (2011, on Happy Gilmore) I turned that movie down twice. I had seen Adam [Sandler] in a movie called Billy Madison, and I'd seen him on Saturday Night Live, and I thought he was funny. Opera Man wasn't exactly my favorite. "I am Opera Man! I think this is funny!" But I turned it down because I was really tired. I'd just done two movies back-to-back in Vancouver. But they said, "They'd really like for you to play this Shooter McGavin guy." And I'm, like, "Ugh, it's another bad guy. I don't wanna do that." "Yeah, but at least it's a funny movie." And it did look pretty funny. So that weekend, I played a golf tournament in Seattle, and I won. And I thought, "You know, it would be fun to do that golf movie, maybe." So I drove back up to Vancouver when I heard that they were still looking, and I said, "I want to meet Adam." And within 15 minutes, I knew I had to do this movie, 'cause this man was absolutely sick and funny and very smart-very, very smart. And that's when I decided it would be a really good idea to do it. I haven't worked with him since, though. I don't know what that means. No, I'm kidding, I have. He's hired me for a couple of little giveaway parts. But I'm, like, "Adam, you're always hiring your boys to play the big parts." And he goes, "Oh, McDonald, you're working all the time, anyway. But still, you're always gonna be Shooter." I'm, like, "Yeah, but I can do a hundred different...oh, whatever." But I had a lot of fun doing that part as a villain who was in on the joke. I liked that part about it, that I could play it that way, and they let me do it. Also, my golf game got sick. I was playing golf five hours a day for six days a week. It was nutty. I was pretty good at that time. And now I basically get to play golf for free for the rest of my life, which is pretty good, too.
3 (2011, on Into Thin Air: Death On Everest) Done by one of my favorite directors, Bob Markowitz, who I'd worked with before. One of the nicest, most brilliant men. He really fought for me to play this part. It was on ABC, it was topical, and I don't look a damned thing like Jon Krakauer. I started growing a beard immediately when I knew I was on the hunt for it. I got to meet Jon, I read the book and the screenplay, and I said, "Okay, I'm the man!" Now, we're working at a base camp at 10,000 feet in Austria, and we got up to 16,000 feet. We'd take this things we called rat tracks-they looked like Caterpillars, but they were people-movers-and they moved the whole crew up to the mountain to shoot. The wind was blowing, and when it wasn't blowing enough, these Russians-well, it was an international crew-had big riggers up there, and they would throw ice chips in front of the fan that would shoot right at you. And you couldn't wear your goggles, because then the audience wouldn't know who you were as a character. So I was, like, "I'm gonna go blind doing In Thin Air!" But it worked out okay. My biggest concern was well, of course, telling the story the right way, and working with a director that I was very comfortable with, I think I did some really good work in it. And I would not complain once. Yes, it was cold. Yes, it was late. Yes, we shot at night, and, yes, it was bitter. Two people went home 'cause they couldn't cut it, so they had to recast in Europe. Actually, I think maybe one girl came from New York. But you had to be tough. I mean, this was mountain-climbing! And I loved it. You know, I live at 6,000 feet, so I was already a little bit acclimatized, but when you're shooting at 16,000 feet, you take three steps and you're huffing and puffing and going, "Where's the oxygen?" So I basically led the way with a very good cast, and I think we told the story really well. Jon Krakauer came and was fascinated with the filmmaking, and we were fascinated by his story. It was a great experience. I've been back to the area since then to see the people there. I mean, we stayed in that hotel for eight weeks. So I brought my family there, too. It was really nice.
4 (2011, on Requiem For A Dream) Yeah, that was a very interesting movie. Talk about great filmmakers, Darren Aronofsky is arguably in a league of his own. He's terrific. It's an insane movie. The first time I saw the movie, it was in Cannes with the whole group-we'd rented a house together-and it was the midnight screening. Everybody's in tuxes, we go in, and it was an eight-minute standing ovation afterwards. I looked over at Darren Aronofsky at one point in the film-he's two seats away-and I'm going, "Are you kidding me?" He goes, "Oh, no, it gets better!" Or worse, however you look at it. It's a dark movie with a very, very strong anti-drug message. It had more edits in it than any film before or after. They just went to town on it. Beautifully shot by Matty Libatique. Just very groundbreaking. I did all my stuff in New York in about six days, maybe four days. A lot of my stuff was ad-libbed. I met Darren Aronofsky in his little walk-up apartment in Hell's Kitchen, and we shot these interviews up on the roof, and we'd shoot interviews of me walking down the street talking, and people would recognize me from one of my past films, and I'd go right into Tappy Tibbons. He had three things: no meat, no sugar, and the third one you never really know. But he started a website, and people were gonna go in and be like, "What's the third one?" I think it's "no orgasms," personally. Makes sense, right? So, yeah, that was a great experience. I still see Darren from time to time. He's just getting better and better and better. The Wrestler was absolutely spectacular, and Black Swan? Come on. Just great stuff.
5 (2011, on Thelma And Louise) That's what started the whole bad-guy thing. Darryl was, yeah, he was a pretty bad guy. But, I mean, I know a lot of guys like that. You see governors and other politicians who are, like, "Yeah, we're a happy family, everything's great... and this is my call girl, and this is me getting caught with my call girl!" That kind of stuff. I'm sure Darryl was doing that kind of stuff on the side. Ultimately, he loved Thelma, but at the same time, the movie says the girls go, "I've got a choice: go back to my husband, or we drive off a cliff together." "Hey, why not?" So you figure the guy's got to be pretty bad. Opening week, the movie's out, it's getting a lot of buzz, and I'm driving my dad's Cadillac that he'd lent me for a while. The top's down, I'm feeling pretty good about myself, it's been a pretty good week, and these two girls pull up next to me. The one in the passenger seat says, "Oh, my God, it's the guy from Thelma And Louise!" The driver looks over at me, and all she says is, "Shoot him." True story. Oh, my God, that made me laugh. But I was not very likable, that's for sure. But I had a really, really fun time doing it. Ridley Scott was a tremendous director and a tremendous audience. He gave me the confidence to keep going, so I kept going, and he loved it. It was a lot of fun. That's what really blew a lot of doors open in Hollywood for me. I think my biggest film in Hollywood before that was Chances Are, which was a year or two before. So it was a big thrill to work with these great actors and actresses, and the wonderful visual brilliance of Ridley Scott and Adrian Biddle, the cinematographer. Beautiful locations, great music, and the cover of Time. Who knew? Also, there was some guy in it. Pitt. I wanna say Bruce Pitt...? [Laughs.] Yeah, that guy. He was in it, too. He wasn't supposed to be, though. It was supposed to be Billy Baldwin. But he pulled out at the last minute because he wanted to go work with Ron Howard on Backdraft. So Brad Pitt came in, and out of nowhere he just became the ab king. I mean, he was very good in the movie. He was great. But what most people remember is that scene with Geena [Davis] in the bedroom where he's telling her how to rob a store. He flashes his abs, and all of the girls melted. I mean, what the hell? I've got an ab, too, you know!
6 (2011, on Harry's Law) Tommy J! Now that's just one of the greatest parts. In my life-well, in any actor's life-you get five good ones. I'm gonna have to bump one off my list and put Tommy Jefferson up there as one of my top five. I love it. He's a blast, he's mercurial, he can go anywhere, he's got a heart of gold underneath all of that braggadocio. The character was initially brought on to do a quick arc, but David [E. Kelley] caught on it, got the voice, started writing it, and started tailoring it toward me, and... wow. I'm blessed. It's one of the greatest parts I've played in a long time. And to have people stop me on the street and go, "Tommy J!" It used to be when I was going through airports, they'd usually just go, "Shooter!" Now they go, "It's Tommy Jefferson! Tommy Big Boy!" Too funny.
7 (2011, on Grease 2) Goose McKenzie! That was one of the happiest times I ever had on a set, 'cause you never forget your first. This was my first biggie, and all the singing and dancing and... boy, just the five auditions to get that part! I was trying to get Johnny Nogerelli, but you couldn't wash the Irish off of my face. So by the time I got turned down on the fourth, they said, "Why don't you come in tomorrow and meet Robert Stigwood and Allan Carr and all these people? We're gonna put the T-Birds together and mix and match." And I said, "Well, I've got nothing else to do tomorrow." I was really down when I didn't get it, but then I went in as Goose McKenzie, I'd lifted all the pressure off of myself, and I was completely relaxed. And I had a brilliant time. That kind of auditioning has helped me ever since. I got the part, I had a blast. They would give us time to ride our motorcycles around, and none of the other T-Birds rode motorcycles, but I had been riding since I was 10, so it was free time for me to just ride around the school hallways. That's something you never get to do in life-especially since my father was the principal of my high school! Yeah, that never would've happened. So that was a blast. That was just a really, really fun movie. And I met a lot of lifelong friends from it. And, strangely enough, people who are now in their early 30s are going, "Oh my God, I loved you in Grease 2!" They'll see me and go, "Oh my God, it's Goose!" "What were you, 9?"
8 (2011, on Star Trek: The Next Generation and his role as "Lt. Richard Castillo") I was doing a play at the time-I was playing Biff in Death Of A Salesman in downtown Los Angeles-and they sent me over the script for a Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I occasionally watch. I was a fan. And the character came in as... I think it was, like, Roberto Castillo. And I said, "How the hell am I going to play Roberto Castillo? That's so... ethnic. I can't do that. That's a Spanish guy." But I decided I was going to go. I said, "I'm going, and I'm gonna give it my best." 'Cause it was on my favorite lot: Paramount. I went in, sat down, and everybody else in the room was, of course, Hispanic. So I waited in the waiting room, then I went in and had at it, auditioning with the director, David Carson, who later went on to a really big future with the show. And they changed the name to Richard Castillo. So, you know, it was a chance to sit in the captain's chair on the Enterprise-C and say, "Take us to warp speed!" It was definitely "pinch me" time. It was really, really great. And I think I've had more letters from that one episode, from people who are just dying for me to go and sign these very rare pictures for their collections. They're avid fans. Trekkies, I guess. But I haven't accepted a convention yet. But one day, when I have nothing else on my schedule, I'll be like, "Hey, time to go to a convention!"
9 (2011, on Leave It To Beaver) I was walking in a piazza d'artista-I guess that's what it called-in Italy, and my cell phone rings, and it's from the States. And I usually don't answer it, 'cause it's gonna cost me, like, four bucks a minute, but it was a producer that I'd just done Happy Gilmore with, and he said, "We're doing Leave It To Beaver, and we want you to play Ward." I said, "Ward Cleaver...? Talk about iconic. Hugh Beaumont? Fantastic! Uh, you don't have any idea where I am, though, do you?" He goes, "Nah. What are you, in the valley?" "I'm in Italy." It was one of those phone calls you never forget. So of course I said, "Yes," got the script and worked on it with the cast. They searched the country to find a little Beaver, found him, and the kid, Cameron, was great. I just had a really great time. It was a lovely family film, and there's one scene in it, the teacup scene, which is probably one of my favorites for two reasons. One, it was the scene that had all the heart. It's where he forgave his son for screwing up-that's what happens in life-and it was a really good father-and-son talk. But most importantly, that was the day that my daughter Rosie was born. So I missed her birth to be in the teacup scene.
10 (2011, on Family Law) Boy, that was a blast. I went in to meet Paul Haggis, and I wasn't cast 'cause what happens in television-and this is why I became a film actor out of necessity-is that if you don't look a certain way, you don't get the part. I could act it, but, nope, you gotta have that twinkle and the pearly white Chiclet teeth and all that stuff. I'm, like, "That's not me, I'm sorry, I don't do that." So I went away and did a play in New York, and a phone call came in saying, "Do you remember this show called Family Law?" I went, "Yeah, I read for it during pilot season." "They're making the pilot right now, they're in Vancouver, and they're firing the guy. Would you go and do it?" "Uh...yeah, I guess so. I don't know where the script is, but, yeah, okay." They gave me a script, I got on a plane and flew to Vancouver, and there wasn't a lot to do in the pilot, anyway, so it was a no-brainer. I won't mention the actor's name, because he's a very good guy, and because it's happened to me before where I was replaced for something. So I replaced this actor, we ended up doing the show for four seasons, and there were some deliciously lovely actors that I got to work with: Kathleen Quinlan, Dixie Carter, and Julie Warner. And then I think it was in season three that they brought on Tony Danza. It was just a really crazy mix of people, but I had a lot of fun doing that, and I learned a lot, too. I was basically the gives-lawyers-a-bad-name kind of lawyer. I had my face on the bench ads, and on the buses driving by. "Need an attorney? Rex Weller got me $2.5 million!" I was an ambulance-chaser. And for the first two seasons, I was the only male voice on Family Law. When they brought on Tony, he became the alpha male, and I just kind of would do different cases on the side and stuff like that. But it was a very good experience, and it helped me buy my house. I thank Paul Haggis for helping me buy my house.
11 If you're gonna learn how to do something, you'd better learn to do it right.
12 Actors think the grass is always greener. When you do a play, you wish you could be making easy money doing a film, because you work your butt off on the stage. Then you do your television and say, 'God, if I have to do this one more time, I'll just go crazy.' I think any actor would rather do quality work than the episodic TV which pays the rent.


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Filmography

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dutch 1991 Reed Standish
Thelma & Louise 1991 Darryl Dickinson
Red Wind 1991 TV Movie Victor Lange
Fatal Exposure 1991 TV Movie Robert Parker
Cool Blue 1990 Video Peter Sin
Star Trek: The Next Generation 1990 TV Series Lt. Richard Castillo
An Eight Is Enough Wedding 1989 TV Movie Jeb
Playroom 1989 Chris
Matlock 1986-1989 TV Series David Channing / Eric Lane
Guns of Paradise 1989 TV Series Dexter
Chances Are 1989 Louie Jeffries
Paramedics 1988 Mad Mike
Little Girl Lost 1988 TV Movie Wolff
Eight Is Enough: A Family Reunion 1987 TV Movie Jeb, Nancy's Husband
Outrageous Fortune 1987 George (as Chris McDonald)
Our House 1987 TV Series Mr. Tollfeson
The Twilight Zone 1986 TV Series Delivery Manr (segment "Aqua Vita")
1st & Ten: The Championship 1986 TV Series Detective
Riptide 1984-1986 TV Series Johnny / Dennis
Triplecross 1986 TV Movie Steve Tyler
It's a Living 1985 TV Series Alexi
The Boys Next Door 1985 Detective Mark Woods
Knight Rider 1985 TV Series Joe Flynn
Hunter 1985 TV Series Sonny Dupree
Call to Glory 1984 TV Series Tim O'Reilly / Major Reilly
Chattanooga Choo Choo 1984 Paul
Breakin' 1984 James
Where the Boys Are 1984 Tony
Lottery! 1983 TV Series Peter
The Black Room 1982 Terry
Cheers 1982 TV Series Rick Walker
Grease 2 1982 Goose McKenzie
Twirl 1981 TV Movie Buddy Butler
The Hearse 1980 Pete
Getting Married 1978 TV Movie Usher
Soul Ties 2018 completed Sydney
Abruptio 2018 filming Police Chief Richter
The Crash 2017 completed Del Banco
Untitled Miami Project 2017 TV Movie completed Corwin
Wetlands 2017 post-production Det. Paddy Sheehan
Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden : Puddy McFadden License to Golf 2016 Short post-production Puddy McFadden
The Tank 2016 completed Lawson
Ballers 2016 TV Series Dallas Cowboys Owner
Fish Food 2016 Short Red Raines (voice)
The Good Wife 2015-2016 TV Series Judge Don Schakowsky
The Day Hitler Died 2016 TV Movie Reconstruction Cast
Exposed 2016/III Lieutenant Galway
The League 2015 TV Series Judge Hardy
Texas Rising 2015 TV Mini-Series Henry Karnes
The Squeeze 2015 Riverboat
Don't Worry Baby 2015 Harry Lang
Zipper 2015 Peter Kirkland
Regular Show in Space 2014 TV Series Carl Putter
Ben 10: Omniverse 2014 TV Series Captain Nemesis
Beware the Batman 2014 TV Series Harvey Dent / Weapons Seller
Believe Me 2014 Ken
Being American 2014 Mark
Pretty Perfect 2014/II Max
You've Got to be Kidding 2014 Short Garbage Man
About Last Night 2014 Casey McNeil
Kirstie 2013-2014 TV Series Jeffrey Sheppard / Jeffrey
Happy Endings 2012-2013 TV Series Mr. Kerkovich
Body of Proof 2013 TV Series Gerry Roberts
Boardwalk Empire 2010-2012 TV Series Harry Daugherty US Attorney General Harry Daugherty Harry Daugherty - US Attorney General
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness 2012 TV Series Undertaker
Not Fade Away 2012 Jack Dietz
The Collection 2012/II Mr. Peters
CollegeHumor Originals 2011-2012 TV Series Tim Tim Cook
Wonderful World of Drones with Christopher McDonald 2012 Short
Grassroots 2012 Jim Tripp
Harry's Law 2011-2012 TV Series Tommy Jefferson
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 2010-2012 TV Series Captain Nemesis
Adventures of Serial Buddies 2011 Father Christopher
Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best 2011 Jack
Law & Order: Criminal Intent 2006-2011 TV Series Evan Korman / Declan Pace
Balls to the Wall 2011 Mr. Matthews
Lemonade Mouth 2011 TV Movie Principal Brenigan
Cat Run 2011 Bill Krebb
The Best and the Brightest 2010 The Player
Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction 2010 Video Game Captain Nemesis (voice, as Christopher MacDonald)
SGU Stargate Universe 2009-2010 TV Series Alan Armstrong
Barry Munday 2010 Dr. Preston Edwards
Black Widow 2010 Steve
Refuge 2010/IV Jack Phillips
Numb3rs 2009 TV Series Frank Thompson
Splinterheads 2009 Sargeant Bruce Mancuso
Deep in the Valley 2009/II Diamond Jim
Reunion 2009/II Eamon
Fanboys 2009 Big Chuck (as Chris McDonald)
Law & Order 2009 TV Series John Jay McIntyre
Spooner 2009 Dennis Spooner
An American Carol 2008 Lab Supervisor
The House Bunny 2008 Dean Simmons
My Boys 2008 TV Series George Newman
Psych 2008 TV Series Paul Haversham
Player 5150 2008 Tony Moffit
Superhero Movie 2008 Lou Landers
Summerhood 2008 The 'Ass' Director
Mad Money 2008 Bryce Arbogast (as Chris McDonald)
Beta House 2007 Video Mr. Stifler
Awake 2007 Dr. Larry Lupin
My Sexiest Year 2007 Adult Jake
The Bronx Is Burning 2007 TV Mini-Series Joe DiMaggio
Kim Possible 2004-2007 TV Series Hego
Kickin' It Old Skool 2007 Marty Schumacher
The Sopranos 2007 TV Series Eddie Dunne
Medium 2007 TV Series Gregory King
The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning 2007 TV Movie Jefferson Davis 'Boss' Hogg
Las Vegas 2006 TV Series Kidnapper Kidnapper Chips
The Naked Mile 2006 Video Mr. Stifler
Cracking Up 2004-2006 TV Series Ted Shackleton
Funny Money 2006 Vic
Twins 2006 TV Series Terry
You've Reached the Elliotts 2006 TV Movie Phil
Rumor Has It... 2005 Roger McManus
Broken Flowers 2005 Ron
The L.A. Riot Spectacular 2005 Officer Koon
Fat Actress 2005 TV Series Jimmy - Kirstie's Brother
New Car Smell 2005 TV Movie Mac
Peter Gabriel: Play 2004 Video Barry Williams (segment "The Barry Williams Show")
North Shore 2004 TV Series Walter Booth
Justice League 2004 TV Series Jor-El
Without a Trace 2003 TV Series Bob Carroll
Grind 2003 Mr. Rivers
Speakeasy 2002 Dr. Addams
The Twilight Zone 2002 TV Series Rick
Children on Their Birthdays 2002 Speedy Thorne
Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams 2002 President of the USA
Family Law 1999-2002 TV Series Rex Weller
The Man Who Wasn't There 2001 Macadam Salesman
61* 2001 TV Movie Mel Allen
The Theory of the Leisure Class 2001 Buddy Barnett (as Chris McDonald)
Batman Beyond 2000 TV Series Clark Kent Superman
The Perfect Storm 2000 Todd Gross
Requiem for a Dream 2000 Tappy Tibbons
Nurse Betty 2000 Duane Cooley (scenes deleted)
The Skulls 2000 Martin Lombard
Takedown 2000 Mitch Gibson (as Chris McDonald)
Isn't She Great 2000 Brad Bradburn (as Christopher MacDonald)
Magicians 2000 Jake
The Iron Giant 1999 Kent Mansley (voice)
Five Aces 1999 Ash Gray
My Teacher's Wife 1999 Roy Mueller
Veronica's Closet 1997-1999 TV Series Bryce Anderson
Divorce: A Contemporary Western 1998 Tony
The Faculty 1998 Mr. Frank Connor (as Chris McDonald)
Gideon 1998 Alan Longhurst
SLC Punk! 1998 Dad
Jaded 1998 Jack Carlson
Dirty Work 1998 Travis Cole
The Eighteenth Angel 1997 Hugh Stanton
Flubber 1997 Wilson Croft
Lawn Dogs 1997 Morton Stockard
Into Thin Air: Death on Everest 1997 TV Movie Jon Krakauer
A Smile Like Yours 1997 Richard Halstrom
Leave It to Beaver 1997 Ward Cleaver
Gun 1997 TV Series Lutz
Superman 1996 TV Series Jor-El
The Rich Man's Wife 1996 Tony Potenza
Superman: The Last Son of Krypton 1996 TV Movie Jor-El (voice)
House Arrest 1996 Donald Krupp
Celtic Pride 1996 Coach Kimball
Happy Gilmore 1996 Shooter McGavin
Unforgettable 1996 Stewart Gleick
Fair Game 1995 Lieutenant Meyerson
The Tuskegee Airmen 1995 TV Movie Major Joy (as Chris McDonald)
Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back 1995 Sheriff Jack Banning
Quiz Show 1994 Jack Barry
Terminal Velocity 1994 Kerr
Midnight Run for Your Life 1994 TV Movie Jack Walsh
The Road Killers 1994 Glen
Midnight Runaround 1994 TV Movie Jack Walsh
Monkey Trouble 1994 Tom
Another Midnight Run 1994 TV Movie Jack Walsh
Anyone for Bridge? 1993 Short Bridge Crosser
Bums 1993 Sgt. Andrew Holloman
Cover Story 1993 Sam Sparks
Grumpy Old Men 1993 Mike
Fatal Instinct 1993 Frank Kelbo
Banner Times 1993 TV Movie Randy
Good Advice 1993 TV Series Joey
Benefit of the Doubt 1993 Dan
Conflict of Interest 1993 Mickey Flannery
Telling Secrets 1993 TV Movie Terry Kelsey
Walter & Emily 1991-1992 TV Series Matt Collins
Home Improvement 1992 TV Series Stu Cutler
Wild Orchid II: Two Shades of Blue 1991 Senator Dixon
Empty Nest 1990-1991 TV Series Nick Todd

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden : Puddy McFadden License to Golf 2016 Short co-producer post-production

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wildwood Inn announced

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Grease 2 1982 performer: "WHO'S THAT GUY?", "SCORE TONIGHT"

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Life After Flash 2017 Documentary filming Himself
The Jimmy Star Show with Ron Russell 2016 TV Series Himself - Guest
Pink Elephants 2015/II Documentary Himself
Texas Rising: Capturing the Revolution - Filming Texas Rising 2015 Video short Himself
Texas Rising: General Santa Anna: Leading Mexico 2015 Video short Himself
Texas Rising: Sam Houston - A Man of the Revolution 2015 Video short Himself
The Broadway.com Show 2013 TV Series Himself
Fatherhood 101 2013 Documentary Himself
The WIN Awards 2012 2012 TV Special Himself
Marie 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
CollegeHumor Originals 2012 TV Series Himself
Celebrity Ghost Stories 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
Santa Election 2012 2011 Short Himself
The BAFTA Britannia Awards 2011 TV Special Himself
Rocco's Dinner Party 2011 TV Series Himself
Love Cures Cancer: Take a Chance on Love II 2011 Documentary Himself - guest
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008-2011 TV Series Himself
Straight from the Horses Mouth 2009 Video Himself
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Himself
Greatest Ever Disaster Movies 2007 TV Movie Himself
11th Annual Prism Awards 2007 TV Special Himself
Greatest Ever Comedy Movies 2006 TV Movie Himself
74th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade 2005 TV Special Himself
'Reservoir Dogs' Revisited 2005 TV Special documentary Himself
The 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2004 TV Special Himself
The Sharon Osbourne Show 2004 TV Series Himself
The Wayne Brady Show 2004 TV Series Himself
Pyramid 2003 TV Series Himself
Miss Universe Pageant 2002 TV Special Himself - Judge
Thelma & Louise: The Last Journey 2002 Video documentary Himself
Hollywood Squares 2000-2002 TV Series Himself
Total Access 24/7 2002 TV Series Himself
Bravo Profiles 2002 TV Series documentary
CBS Cares 2001-2002 TV Series Himself
The 27th Annual People's Choice Awards 2001 TV Special Himself
5th Annual Prism Awards 2001 TV Special Himself - Presenter
The Making of 'Requiem for a Dream' 2001 Video documentary short Himself
The 15th Annual American Comedy Awards 2001 Himself
The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 2001 TV Special Himself (uncredited)
Intimate Portrait 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Coming Up Roses 2001 TV Special Himself
The Making of 'The Iron Giant' 2000 TV Short documentary Himself
The 24th Annual People's Choice Awards 1998 TV Special Himself - Accepting Award for Favorite New Television Comedy Series
The Daily Show 1997 TV Series Himself
Wild On... 1997 TV Series Himself
Unforgettable: Behind the Scenes 1996 Video documentary short Himself
Unforgettable: Star & Crew Sound Bites 1996 Video documentary short Himself
The Making of 'Happy Gilmore' 1996 Video documentary short Shooter McGavin

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Boardwalk Empire 2012 TV Series Harry Daugherty
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Himself
Matlock 1989 TV Series Eric Lane
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