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Neal McDonough

Born February 13, 1966 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, USA
Neal McDonough was trained at the London Academy of Dramatic Arts and Sciences. His theatre credits include 'Cheap Talk', 'Foreigner', 'As You Like It', 'Rivals', 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', 'Bald Soprano', and 'Waiting for Lefty'. The young actor won a 1991 Best Actor Dramalogue Award for 'Away Alone'. McDonough has been a 'Star Trek' fan since he was a kid. Playing Lieutenant Hawk in 'Star Trek First Contact' was a life-long dream. McDonough has three pictures on his bedroom wall. One is a picture of his mom, the other is the Holy Virgin Mary, and the third is William Shatner as Captain Kirk. He has numerous television credits including 'NYPD Blue', 'Quantum Leap', and the voice of Bruce Banner in the animated series 'The Incredible Hulk' among others. He graduated Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1988.
Actor
as "Major Bennington"
as "Conrad Drothers"
Proud Mary (2018)
as "Walter"
1922 (2017)
as "Harlan Cotterie"
Greater (2016)
as "Marty Burlsworth"
as "Sheriff Bower"
as "Vincent Sofel"
as "Charles Sumner (voice)"
as "Daniel Kiersey"
as "Manny Ridley"
as "Deadshot / Floyd Lawton (voice)"
as "Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan"
RED 2 (2013)
as "Jack Horton"
as "Jonah Pope"
as "Lt. Joe Conti"
as "LA Jim"
as "Timothy "Dum Dum" Dugan"
as "Hogan"
as "Keene"
as "Green Arrow / Oliver Queen (voice)"
as "Coach Richard Penning"
Traitor (2008)
as "Max Archer"
as "Daniel Fleming"
Machine (2007)
as "Ford"
88 Minutes (2007)
as "Jon Forster"
as "Leutnant Esteridge"
as "Captain Dave Severance"
as "Hurly"
as "Jack Skinner"
as "Jay Hamilton"
Timeline (2003)
as "Frank Gordon"
as "Ned Dwyer"
as "Peter Gish"
as "Fletcher"
as "Sheriff"
Ravenous (1999)
as "Private Reich"
as "Eddie"
as "Brian Miano"
as "Truck Driver at Truck Stop"
as "Lieutenant Hawk"
as "Agent Ward"
Blue River (1995)
as "Edward Sellars"
as "Policeman"
as "Dr. Driscoll Rampart"
as "Whitt Bass"
as "Wayne Carlson"
Babe Ruth (1991)
as "Lou Gehrig"
Darkman (1990)
as "Dockworker #2"
The Jesuit (2015)
as "Vincent"
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