GABRIEL MACHT (Agent Seale)
recently starred in the box-office hit "Behind Enemy Lines" with Owen
Wilson and Gene Hackman for director John Moore, and as legendary outlaw Frank
James in the action-comedy, "American Outlaws," opposite Colin Farrell
and Kathy Bates. This fall, he once again stars opposite Farrell and Al Pacino
in the forthcoming drama, "The Recruit."
Macht recently starred as a young
doctor with special abilities on the thriller series "The Others," and
also opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt in the ABC telefilm "The Audrey Hepburn
Story," playing love interest William Holden.
His feature film credits include
"The Object of My Affection" with Jennifer Aniston, the
critically-acclaimed independent film, "The Adventures of Sebastian
Cole," and Showtime's "101 Ways."
Other television credits include
guest-starring roles as Barkley the modelizer on "Sex and the City"
and the naked guy on "Spin City."
Macht made his debut as a child actor
playing "Jorge" in the theatrical release, "Why Would I
Lie?" with Treat Williams. His performance earned him a Youth in Film Award
Best Actor nomination.
His formative years were spent in both
New York and Los Angeles. He graduated from the prestigious Carnegie Mellon
School of Drama in Pittsburgh where he received his classical training.
On stage, Macht portrayed Elvis Presley
(a.k.a. "The Visitor") in Steve Martin's Off-Broadway smash
"Picasso at the Lapin Agile" and starred in the Joanne
Woodward-directed play, "La Ronde," at the Williamstown Theater
Festival. He remains active in theater through his association with the
avant-garde Mad Dog Theater Company in Brooklyn, New York.
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