J. C. MacKenzie - Biography
Last Modified: Nov 14, 2022
|Best Known For:||Vinyl (TV series)|
|Net Worth:||Under Review|
|Born on :||October 17, 1970 (age 52)|
|Birth Name /
|John Charles MacKenzie|
|Birth Place:||Peterborough, Ontario, Canada|
|Father's Name:||Bill MacKenzie|
|Mother's Name:||Mary MacKenzie|
|High School:||Sir John A. Macdonald High School|
|University:||Concordia University, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA)|
|Girlfriend Name:||Erin Cressida Wilson|
Liam MacKenzie (son)
|Height:||1.85 meter (6 feet 1 inch)|
|Hair Color:||Light Brown|
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Who is J. C. MacKenzie?
J. C. MacKenzie, born John Charles MacKenzie, is an actor by profession and Canadian by nationality. He is well known for starring in the TV series Vinyl, Dark Angel, and films The Aviator, The Departed, The Wolf of Wall Street, and The Irishman.
J. C. MacKenzie in Vinyl (Image: Lena Lamoray)
J. C. MacKenzie – Age, Parents, Siblings
J. C. MacKenzie’s birth took place on October 17, 1970, in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. His birth name is John Charles MacKenzie and his mother is Mary MacKenzie, a nurse, and his father is Bill MacKenzie, a pharmacist. He was raised in Ottawa, Ontario by his parents alongside his three siblings, all brothers.
For education, J. C. MacKenzie attended Pinecrest Public School and Sir John A. Macdonald High School. Later on, he studied at Concordia University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). His ethnicity is Caucasian.
J. C. MacKenzie – Girlfriend, Wife, Children, Divorce
J. C. MacKenzie married his girlfriend Erin Cressida Wilson but the date of their wedding is not known. Wilson is a screenwriter and has written screenplays for the 2002 film Secretary, the 2009 film Chloe, etc. With his wife, he has a child, a son named Liam MacKenzie (born April 2, 2004).
Currently, the pair seems to be happily married and is living without rumors of extra-marital affairs and divorce.
J. C. MacKenzie with son (Image: Instagram)
J. C. MacKenzie – Career
In the initial years of his career, J. C. MacKenzie worked as an actor in theatre across Canada. He was eventually picked up by Neil Simon and was cast in Simon's play Biloxi Blues. It ran for over 600 performances over the course of a year and a half.
On TV series MacKenzie has worked in Have Faith (1989), Baywatch (1990), In the Heat of the Night (1991), Sibs (1992), Law & Order (1994), etc. He also has had minor appearances in Dutch (1991), and Rave Review (1994). Finally, in 1995 he landed the role of Arnold Spivak in the TV series Murder One. He portrayed the character for a total of two seasons and is considered his breakthrough role.
Over the years J. C. MacKenzie has starred in the films The Pentagon Wars (1998), The Aviator (2004), The Departed (2006), Mad Money (2008), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Molly's Game (2017), The Irishman (2019), The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020), among others.
Moreover, he has had guest appearances in the episode(s) of the TV series Dark Angel (2000-2002), NCIS (2007), Dexter (2009), The Mentalist (2010), House of Cards (2013), Vinyl (2016) as Skip Fontaine, October Faction (2019) as Fred Allen.
J. C. MacKenzie in October Faction (Image: Product Placement Blog)
On the set of The Trial of the Chicago 7, J. C. MacKenzie has worked with Sacha Baron Cohen, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Noah Robbins, Daniel Flaherty, and Jeremy Strong.
J. C. MacKenzie – Net Worth, Salary
The net worth and salary of J. C. MacKenzie are under review and will be updated.
J. C. MacKenzie – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
On social media sites Instagram and Twitter, J. C. MacKenzie is followed by thousands of followers but is absent from Facebook.
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