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Born
William Joseph McCormack Jr.

January 13, 1974 (age 46)
Alma materTrinity College
OccupationActor, television producer
Years active1996–present
Partner(s)Emily Arlook[1]
RelativesBridget Mary McCormack (sister)
Mary McCormack (sister)

William Joseph McCormack Jr. (born January 13, 1974) is an American actor and television producer. Along with writing partner Rashida Jones, he was a co-writer for the 2019 Pixar animated film Toy Story 4.

Early life and education[edit]

William Joseph McCormack Jr. was born on January 13, 1974 in Plainfield, New Jersey, to William Sr. and Norah Magdalene (née Ross) McCormack. He has two older sisters, Mary, an actress, and Bridget, a Michigan Supreme Court Justice and former University of Michigan law professor. He graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.[2]

Career[edit]

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McCormack's key television roles include Jason La Penna on The Sopranos (1999–2001). More recently, he played the role of Leo Spiller, brother of lead character Lucy Spiller (Courteney Cox), in the FX series Dirt.[3] He also played a recurring role as the FBI agent in the television drama In Plain Sight, which stars his older sister, Mary.[4]

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In 1996, McCormack appeared on Broadway at the Criterion Center Stage Right as a member of the ensemble in a revival of the drama play Summer and Smoke (1948) by Tennessee Williams, produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company.[5] He has also appeared in two Off-Broadway theatre productions, Chinese Friends and The Long Christmas Ride Home.[6] McCormack and Rashida Jones worked on the script of Toy Story 4. They ultimately withdrew from the project in November 2017, and received 'story by' credit.[7]

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Personal life[edit]

As of 2018, he is engaged to actress Emily Arlook.[1]

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Filmography and television work[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1999–2001The SopranosJason La Pennatelevision series
2001American OutlawsBob Younger
2002AbandonAugust
2002A Midsummer Night's RaveGreg
2002The ShieldSteve Hanrattytelevision series
2005PrimePalmer
2005Must Love DogsJason
2005SyrianaWilly
2006Right at Your DoorJason
2006CSI: NYTodd Millertelevision series
2007–2008DirtLeo Spillertelevision series
2008CSI: Crime Scene InvestigationLangston Wellertelevision series
2008–2009Brothers & SistersEthan Tavistelevision series
2008–2012In Plain SightRobert O'Connertelevision series
2010MediumWilliam Gerwintelevision series
2011Paul the Male MatchmakerHarrytelevision series
2011AlphasMarcus Ayerstelevision series
2012Celeste and Jesse ForeverSkillzalso credited as co-screenwriter
2012Mob CityGunmantelevision series
2013The OfficeWolftelevision series
2014Among RavensChad Whitlock
2018A Wrinkle in TimeMr. Teacher
2019Toy Story 4N/Aco-story writer
2020If Anything Happens I Love YouN/Adirector and writer

Stage work[edit]

YearTitleGenreRoleTheatreLocationNotes
1996Summer and SmokedramaEnsemble (member)Criterion Center Stage RightNew York City, New YorkBroadway revival by The Roundabout Theatre Company
2003The Long Christmas Ride HomedramaStephenVineyard TheatreNew York City, New YorkOff-Broadway; recipient, 2004 Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Featured Actor
2004Chinese FriendsStephanPlaywrights HorizonsNew York City, New YorkOff-Broadway

Awards and nominations[edit]

YearAwardCategoryNominated workResult
201313th Black Reel AwardsBest Screenplay, Adapted or Original(shared with Rashida Jones)
Celeste and Jesse Forever
Nominated
28th Independent Spirit AwardsBest First Screenplay(shared with Rashida Jones)Nominated

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ab'Emily Arlook Dishes on Playing a Bisexual Jewish College Student on 'grown-ish''. Alma. February 14, 2018.
  2. ^'Biodata'. IMDb.com. Retrieved September 1, 2017.
  3. ^Terrace, Vincent (June 8, 2009). The Year in Television, 2008: A Catalog of New and Continuing Series, Miniseries, Specials and TV Movies. McFarland. p. 756. ISBN9780786453368.
  4. ^CATLIN, By ROGER. 'Trinity College Alum Will McCormack Building Hollywood Credits'. courant.com. Retrieved April 25, 2019.
  5. ^'Summer and Smoke'. IBDb.com. Retrieved February 3, 2013.
  6. ^Will McCormack at the Internet Off-Broadway Database
  7. ^'Disney-Pixar Hires New Screenwriter for 'Toy Story 4''. January 18, 2018. Retrieved March 6, 2018.

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External links[edit]

  • Will McCormack at the Internet Broadway Database
  • Will McCormack on IMDb
  • Will McCormack at the Internet Off-Broadway Database

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