Since earning an Oscar nomination and an Independent Spirit Award as Best Supporting Actor for "Fargo," it's been hard for audiences to ignore the versatile talents of
WILLIAM H. MACY. Most recently, Macy was named Best Supporting Actor by ShoWest for his 1998 body of work.
In 1999, he continues to take on satisying roles. Macy is currently on screen in "Mystery Men" about an unlikely group of superheroes in which he stars as "The Shoveler". He will also star in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Magnolia," scheduled to be released this December. In addition, Macy will be seen in the upcoming independent feature "Panic," a dark comedy directed by Henry Bromell in which Macy stars as a reluctant hitman opposite Neve Campbell, Donald Sutherland, Tracey Ullman and John Ritter. Currently, he is in production to starring opposite his wife Felicity Huffman in "A Slight Case of Murder," a
TNT television film written by Macy and his writing partner Steven Schachter, which Schacliter directs.
Macy's other film credits include "Pleasantville," "Psycho," "A Civil Action," "Boogie Nights," "Wag The Dog," "Air Force One," "Ghosts of Mississippi," "Mr. Holland's Opus," "The Client," "Murder in the First,"
"Searching for Bobby Fischer," "Radio Days" and "Down Periscope" among others. Along with his Oscar nomination for "Fargo," he garnered nominations for Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture (American Comedy Awards), Best Actor (Chicago Film Critics), Best Supporting Actor (Dallas/Fort Worth Film Critics) and Best Actor in a Drama (International Press Academy).
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