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Malcolm McDowell Net Worth

Malcolm McDowell Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Malcolm John Taylor net worth is
$70 Million

Malcolm John Taylor Wiki/Biography

Malcolm John Taylor was born on the 13th June 1943 in Horsforth, Yorkshire, England, but better known by his stage name Malcolm McDowell, he is an award-winning film, television, and voice actor, still possibly best known for his role in one of Stanley Kubrick’s classic films, “The Clockwork Orange” (1971). His career has lasted over fifty years, beginning in 1964 with small television roles.

Have you ever wondered how rich Malcolm McDowell is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that McDowell’s net worth is as high as $70 million, an amount earned through his successful career in acting.

Malcolm McDowell Net Worth $70 Million

Malcolm McDowell was the middle child and only son of Edna (nee McDowell) and Charles Taylor. His mother was a hotelier, while his father was a publican, and they owned a bar in which young Malcolm worked for a time, before it went bankrupt due to his father’s alcoholism. McDowell received his primary and secondary education in boarding schools, after which he went on to study acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA). He worked several odd jobs at the time in order to support himself, such as a messenger and coffee salesman. The latter inspired his semi-autobiographical film “Oh, Lucky Man!” (1973).

His career started with several guest roles in TV shows, first being the drama series “Crossroads” (1964). He also appeared in thirteen episodes of the television series “Sat’day While Sunday” (1967) in the starring role of Frankie. His big break came in 1968, when he caught the eye of director Lindsay Armstrong, and joined the cast of his film “If…”. He would go on to work with Armstrong twice more, in “Oh Lucky Man!” (1973) and “Hotel Britannia” (1982). However, international success came four years later, when he was cast as Alex DeLarge in Kubrick’s dystopian film “The Clockwork Orange” (1971), which was adapted from William Burgess’ novel of the same name. The film and its young star were nominated for several awards, including Academy Award and Golden Globe for Best Picture, while McDowell was also nominated for the latter in the category Best Motion Picture Actor: Drama. This role greatly influenced Malcolm’s career. Though it is not quite accurate to speak of typecasting in this case, considering his diverse roles spanning decades, he remains best known for playing villains in the mold of Alex DeLarge. Regardless, his net worth was very well established.

After his big break in British cinematography, McDowell tried his luck in Hollywood, joining the cast of “Time After Time” (1979), in which he played the famous science fiction writer H. G. Well, with co-stars including David Warren and Mary Steenburgen, who would later become his second wife. The same year he also courted controversy by starring in the erotic (some would also deem it pornographic) historical film “Caligula”, playing the titular character. While the 1970s brought him fame and success, the following decade was mostly marked by credits in television and B-category movies. However, he fared better in the 1990s, taking part in “Star Trek: Generations” (1994) playing the evil scientist who killed Captain Kirk, and gaining popularity as a voice actor in the animated series “Wing Commander Academy” (1996), and “Superman” (1996-1999), which also added to his net worth.

After the turn of the century, McDowell remained active both on big and small screen, with notable entries such as the recurring role on television hot show “Entourage” (2005-2011), as well as in the miniseries “War and Peace” (2007), and Oscar-winning film “The Artist” (2011). He also voiced Grandpa Reg in “Phineas and Ferb” from 2008 to 2014. On the other hand, the horror movie fans best recognize him for is as Dr. Samuel Loomis in “Halloween” (2007) and “Halloween II” (2009). Though he had already stepped into his seventies, McDowell continues to act with vigor, with an incredible ten film releases scheduled for 2017 and 2018. For his contribution to acting, McDowell earned a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2012.

Regarding his personal life, McDowell struggled with substance abuse during the 1980s, but managed to come clean. He has married three times, firstly to Margot Bennett (1975-80), secondly actress Mary Steenburgen (1980-90) with whom he has a son and a daughter, while he has three sons from his third marriage with Kelly Kuhr since 1991. He is a huge fan of Liverpool FC.


Full NameMalcolm McDowell
Net Worth$70 Million
Date Of BirthJune 13, 1943
Place Of BirthHorsforth, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, UK
Height5' 8½" (1.74 m)
ProfessionActor
EducationLondon Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
NationalityAmerican
SpouseKelley Kuhr (m. 1991), Mary Steenburgen (m. 1980–1990), Margot Bennett (m. 1975–1980)
ChildrenCharlie McDowell, Lilly McDowell, Beckett Taylor McDowell, Seamus Hudson McDowell, Finnian Anderson McDowell
ParentsCharles Taylor, Edna Taylor
SiblingsGloria Taylor, Judy Taylor
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/approvedandofficalmalcolmmcdowell
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/mcdowellmalc
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000532/
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture – Drama, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor
MoviesA Clockwork Orange, Caligula, Time After Time, O Lucky Man!, Halloween, Star Trek Generations, Halloween II, 31, Silent Hill: Revelation, Tank Girl, Easy A, Blue Thunder, Cat People, Gangster No. 1, Bolt, The Artist, Britannia Hospital, Aces High, Just Visiting, if...., Home Alone: The Holiday Heist...
TV ShowsFranklin & Bash, Fantasy Island, Heroes, Metalocalypse, Our Friends in the North, Phineas and Ferb, Wing Commander Academy, Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys, War and Peace, The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, Pearl, Laurence Olivier Presents, Croft and Taylor
#Trademark
1Known for his bombastic and intentionally antagonistic personality (especially in his relationship with many directors)
2Broad bulbous nose and dark blue eyes
3Characters who are often fiendishly intelligent and ruthless
4Often plays leaders or authority figures
5Often plays immoral characters or outright villains
6Raspy deep-throated voice
#Quote
1I'm proud of the work I did in Caligula (1979). There's no question about that. But there's all the raunchy stuff-the blatant, modern-day porn that Bob introduced into the film after we'd finished shooting. That to me was an absolutely outrageous betrayal and quite unprecedented. Frankly, it showed that Bob had no class whatsoever. When Gore told me it was Bob Guccione, I asked, 'Isn't he a pornographer?' Gore said, 'Malcolm, just think of him as one of the Warner brothers. He just signs the checks!' Well, of course that wasn't true...
2[on his career playing villains] I suppose I'm primarily known for that but in fact, that would only be half of my career if I was to add it all up.
3[2012, on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame] For a lad that grew up in Liverpool, Hollywood was this notion of everything that was incredible in the movies, and Hollywood has meant so much for the rest of the world - we take it, because we live in L.A., sort of for granted. My father ran a pub in Burscough in Lancashire, just outside Liverpool, so I feel that from the Bull and Dog to the Pig and Whistle, it's not that far.
4[on Stanley Kubrick and A Clockwork Orange (1971)] I was fortunate enough to work with Stanley before his infamous paranoia set in (referring to Kubrick's obsession over every possible variation on a scene, and over everything that might - or at least could - go wrong while filming). One complex technical shot, on the waterfront, gave us so much trouble that 50 takes were required... so Stanley did have an excuse. Nonetheless, after Take 49, I asked him if we couldn't call this Take 1-A. "If I have to hear 'Take 50,'" I complained, "I feel I'm going to crack." But Stanley looked me in the face and said, very flatly, "No." So "Take 50" it was. Well, I *tried* to reason with him, anyway.
5[At ZomBcon] It is true I'd rather get a hole in one than win an Academy Award.
6[on Lindsay Anderson] I loved him, more than any other man, ever. More than my father I think. I loved him.
7[on Rob Zombie] He's got a definite point of view. He has just done horror films because that's all they want him to make. For him to get out of that, which he will, is going to be tough. He is a far better director than a horror movie director. The way he looks at the material and the way he gives you rein but also gives you boundaries.
8[on playing the character Alex DeLarge in A Clockwork Orange (1971)] I don't think I have ever had that much fun doing the work. He was a wicked son-of-a-bitch.
9[on Wes Craven and The People Under the Stairs (1991)] I went to see the film and I was just riveted by this thing. I thought, "My God, this guy is brilliant. I'd love to work with him.".
10[on horror movies] I'm not that keen on them, to be honest. I find them tedious, most of them, really kind of schlocky and terrible character development and thin storylines. The ones that I've seen, they're usually pretty bad because they're very low budget.
11[on Halloween (1978)] John Carpenter's a master, and he made an extraordinary film.
12There's nobody who's ever going to come close to John Ford.
13[on Stanley Kubrick] Probably one of the five greatest directors that ever lived.
14The definition of insanity in Texas is so insane that it's impossible to be insane in Texas.
15[on Donald Pleasence] I did know Donald. I met him in London at the Royal Court Theatre. He was a tremendous actor - he played those wonderful sinister parts. I particularly remember him in two performances: He was in two great plays, one was written by Robert Shaw called The Man in the Glass Booth (1975) and the other was a Harold Pinter play, The Guest (1963).
16[on playing psychiatrist Dr. Samuel Loomis in Halloween (2007)] I want to make Loomis a man with a tremendous ego. I've met some of these doctors through the years, where there is more ego in it than there is [interest in what's] best for the patient, and if they can get a book out of it - which of course he has done - it's a bestseller, and that's so much better.
17[on unsimulated sex scenes in mainstream films, often sourced to his film Caligula (1979)] I think that's crap. I think that's pathetic. Go get another job. Listen: We're in the business of illusion. We are illusionists. Seriously, that is absolutely pathetic. You're telling me to do a love scene, you actually have to have penetration? That's absolutely beyond pathetic. If you can't think of any way of making that exciting, you're in the wrong job. That's what I think. I remember when they did Don't Look Now (1973), and they thought that Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie actually made love on camera. It's laughable. They were just two extremely gifted actors who made everybody believe they did and ran with it. There was no way there was penetration on the set. No way. Because that crosses over into a porno picture, and I don't care which way you dress it up.
18[on Time After Time (1979)] I got to be the hero in that one. It's a very whimsical part, a wonderful part, H.G. running after Jack the Ripper (David Warner) and meeting this modern woman (Mary Steenburgen). Of course, it's very special to me because I met Mary, we got married, and we had two children. Even though we're not together now, she is the mother of my children and that film is where we met. It's also a damn good film!
19I did a picture I loved called Time After Time (1979), and the people who saw it loved it. We had a big opening in Toronto at the Festival of Festivals - huge - and they gave us a fabulous reception. Great city, Toronto - Mary (Mary Steenburgen) and I loved it there. Great restaurants, great people. The studio hired these so-called "experts" to tell them how to market the film. And these silly asses took a poll to determine a "recognition" factor. And more people recognized Jack the Ripper, which was David Warner's role in the movie, than H.G. Wells, who I played in the movie. Hardly anyone recognized the name H.G. Wells, in fact. So they decided to go with a campaign that stressed Jack the Ripper, which was all well and good except that people didn't want to see another movie about Jack the Ripper, and they stayed away in droves. I've got a big piece of that film, but I haven't seen a penny, and I probably never will. However, I did meet my wife making that movie, so I don't really mind!
20He didn't want me at first, told me about the big-name actor he could get, how he was taller than I was - I'm five eight and a half - but I said, "That's nothing, I can stand on a box.".
21[on A Clockwork Orange (1971)] It's a remarkable film that has survived as such a classic and I'd be a raving idiot not to be thrilled with that.
22[when asked what his favorite Stanley Kubrick film was] A Clockwork Orange (1971)! I never saw any of the others.
23There are no great scripts - just great films.
24The best thing I did was abuse myself when younger - I dabbled in everything, cocaine, booze, women - because now I don't have to do it anymore.
#Fact
1Has English and Irish ancestry.
2He named O Lucky Man! (1973) as his favourite film of his own.
3He was interested in guest-starring on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), but only if his nephew - Alexander Siddig (who played Dr. Bashir) - would direct the episode. He was offered the role of Hagath in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Business as Usual (1997), but he was unavailable. The role went to Steven Berkoff, McDowell's co-star in A Clockwork Orange (1971).
4He was offered the roles of John Mallory and Nolan in Duck, You Sucker (1971), but he was busy with O Lucky Man! (1973). The roles went to James Coburn and David Warbeck respectively.
5He auditioned for the role of Brian Roberts in Cabaret (1972), which he turned down when he found out that this was not a singing role. The role went to Michael York.
6He was the original choice for the role of Peter Smythe in the horror film Black Christmas (1974), which he turned down. The role went to Keir Dullea.
7He accepted the villain role in Star Trek: Generations (1994) despite not being a Star Trek fan and not liking the script very much, because he was asked, "How would you like to kill Captain Kirk?".
8He was considered for the role of Francis Bacon in Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon (1998), which went to Derek Jacobi.
9He turned down the role of Admiral Geoffrey Tolwyn in Wing Commander (1999) due to his commitment to Fantasy Island (1998). The role went to David Warner. He previously played the role in Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger (1994).
10He was considered for the role of Juan Sánchez Villa-Lobos Ramírez in Highlander (1986), which went to Sean Connery.
11He was considered for the role of Scar in the Disney musical The Lion King (1994), which went to Jeremy Irons.
12He was considered for the role of Ernest J. Belloq in Pretty Baby (1978), which went to Keith Carradine.
13He was originally going to star opposite Robert De Niro in Gangs of New York (2002) when Martin Scorsese was developing the project in 1978.
14He refused the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1984 and a knighthood in 1995.
15He was going to have a role in Michael Powell's unmade film version of "The Tempest".
16He was considered for a role in Stanley Kubrick's unmade biography of Napoleon.
17He was considered for the role of Billy the Kid in Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973), which went to Kris Kristofferson.
18He was Richard Lester's first choice for D'Artangan in The Three Musketeers (1973), which went to Michael York.
19He was considered for the role of Perseus in Clash of the Titans (1981), which went to Harry Hamlin.
20He was considered for the lead role of Don Morgan in Mad Dog Morgan (1976), which went to Dennis Hopper.
21He was considered for the role of Tod Hackett in The Day of the Locust (1975), which went to William Atherton.
22He was considered for the role of Martin Taylor in Brimstone & Treacle (1982), which went to rock star Sting.
23His scenes in Our Friends in the North (1996) had to be shot in one continuous block, as he was only available for a limited time due to living in America.
24He appeared in the music video "Snuff" by the heavy metal band Slipknot (2009).
25He co-starred with his real-life nephew Alexander Siddig in the film Doomsday (2008).
26Although his little known film Night Train to Venice (1996) was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 1993, the film was not released until 1996, and then only in several countries.
27He was the first choice for the role of Winston Churchill in Young Winston (1972), which he repeatedly turned down. The role eventually went to Simon Ward.
28During the production of Tinto Brass's infamous epic Caligula (1979), McDowell took members of the production to dinner at an expensive restaurant to celebrate England's victory in a football match against an Italian team. He left the choreographer to pay for the meal, saying he had forgotten to bring enough money.
29During the Ludivico scene in A Clockwork Orange (1971), McDowell's eyes were clamped open using a surgical device for eye surgery. The doctor applying eyedrops in the scene was an actual physician who was on hand in case of an injury. Nevertheless, McDowell's cornea was accidentally scratched as a result of the eye clamping and he suffered temporary blindness.
30He has two roles in common with both Michael York and John Gielgud: (1) McDowell played King Arthur in Arthur the King (1985), York played him in The Wonderful World of Disney: A Knight in Camelot (1998) and Gielgud played him in DragonHeart (1996) and (2) McDowell played Merlin in Kids of the Round Table (1995), York played him in A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1995) and Gielgud played him in Quest for Camelot (1998).
31He has two roles in common with his Time After Time (1979) co-star David Warner: (1) McDowell played Admiral Geoffrey Tolwyn in Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger (1994), Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom (1996) and Wing Commander Academy (1996) while Warner played him in Wing Commander (1999) and (2) McDowell played Professor Abraham Van Helsing in Suck (2009) while Warner played him in Penny Dreadful (2014).
32Despite the fact that they played enemies in Blue Thunder (1983), both Roy Scheider and Malcolm McDowell became very good friends during the production. As he would later state at various science fiction conventions, they enjoyed working together so much, that they could not leave each other alone. After Scheider passed away, a very saddened McDowell was unable to attend Scheider's funeral because of a film commitment that he couldn't get away from (much to his dismay). As a result, he immediately ordered flowers and sent a letter of condolence to Scheider's family.
33He listened to recordings of H.G. Wells to prepare for the role in Time After Time (1979). According to McDowell, Wells' voice was high-pitched and Cockney-accented so he decided not to imitate his voice.
34Received death threats from overzealous Star Trek fans after his character Dr. Tolian Soren killed Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek: Generations (1994).
35Auditioned for the role of Al Calavicci on the television series Quantum Leap (1989) which would have made him a time traveler for the second time. The first time was Time After Time (1979).
36Has appeared in a South Park (1997) parody of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations", playing a British Person (2000).
37Has appeared in a scene in A Clockwork Orange (1971) with David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in Star Wars. In 2014, he appeared in a cellular telephone commercial with James Earl Jones, who provided Darth Vader's voice. McDowell also appeared in Robot Chicken: Star Wars (2007).
38Granddaughter Clementine Mae Walton was born January 2012. Her mother is Malcolm's daughter Lilly.
39On September 25, 2012, he was rushed to the hospital and had to undergo a 3 1/2 hour emergency surgery on his eye, for what was discovered to be a detached retina.
40He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6714 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on March 16, 2012.
41As he wanted to get into the British Actors' Equity, he took his mother's maiden name McDowell because there was another British actor called Malcolm Taylor.
42Is 24 years older than his wife Kelley.
43Has a fear of reptiles. When Stanley Kubrick learned this while shooting A Clockwork Orange (1971), he introduced Basil, Alex's pet snake.
44As a schoolboy, Malcolm was so bored having to listen to long, tedious speeches by minor local dignitaries at official school functions, when he became a star, he took his revenge. Asked to give the keynote speech at Cannock School's annual Open Day in 1969, he flew all the way from the United States to attend. Before a packed assembly, he simply announced "I hereby pronounce this Open Day open" and sat down.
45When he went to meet with Stanley Kubrick for the first time, he had little knowledge of film and confused him with Stanley Kramer. In preparation, McDowell's friend and mentor, Lindsay Anderson, showed him all of Kubrick's films from Paths of Glory (1957) to 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
46Has three sons with his wife Kelley McDowell: Beckett Taylor McDowell (born January 29, 2004), Finnian Anderson McDowell (born December 23, 2006) and Seamus Hudson McDowell (born January 7, 2009).
47Trained as an actor at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in London, England.
48Has been friends with Aubrey Morris ever since they worked together in A Clockwork Orange (1971).
49In an interview, he said that a magazine named him "King of Punk" after his appearance in A Clockwork Orange (1971). This is probably because of the punk references that appears in the movie, such as the droogies costume style.
50His job as a coffee salesman provided inspiration for O Lucky Man! (1973).
51Born to Charles Taylor, a pub owner, and his wife Edna McDowell, a hotelier, he grew up with an older (Gloria) and a younger sister.
52As he wanted to get into the SAG, he took his mother's maiden name McDowell because there was another British actor called Malcolm Taylor.
53Was captain of the rugby and cricket teams at his high school.
54Good friends with Christine Noonan and David Sherwin.
55Owns another home in Britain and a summer retreat in Tuscany.
56Lives in Santa Barbara, California.
57His performance as Alex DeLarge in A Clockwork Orange (1971) was ranked 100 on the list of the "100 Greatest Film Performances of All Time" and was ranked 68 on Premiere magazine's "100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time".
58Has appeared in four films involving time travel: Time After Time (1979), Star Trek: Generations (1994), Just Visiting (2001) and The Philadelphia Experiment (2012).
59Was the first well-known actor to appear non-animated and in the flesh for South Park (1997) because he is one of Trey Parker's favorite actors and he was specifically requested.
60Claims Gangster No. 1 (2000) to be his best work since A Clockwork Orange (1971).
61Has said that his favorite actor of all time is James Cagney.
6213 of his films were shown at retrospective tribute at New York City's Walter Reade Theatre, where he introduces the least known of these, The Connection (1961). [May 2002]
63Along with Sir John Gielgud, he is one of only two actors to play both King Arthur and Merlin. He played King Arthur in Arthur the King (1985) and Merlin in Kids of the Round Table (1995).
64Father of Lilly McDowell and Charlie McDowell. Uncle of Alexander Siddig.
65His first wife, Margot Bennett, was Keir Dullea's ex-wife. Keir was the main character in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), while McDowell was the main character in Kubrick's next film, A Clockwork Orange (1971).

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Monk2006TV SeriesJulian Hodge
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In Good Company2004Teddy K - Globecom CEO (uncredited)
Teen Titans2003-2004TV SeriesMad Mod
ChalkZone2004TV SeriesBarney the Encyclocentipedia
Pinocchio 30002004Scamboli (voice)
Tempesta2004Paul Valenzin
Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius2004O.B. Keeler
Evilenko2004Andrej Romanovic Evilenko
Hidalgo2004Major Davenport (uncredited)
Champions of Norrath: Realms of EverQuest2004Video Game voice
Dorian2004Henry
Red Roses and Petrol2003Enda Doyle
The Company2003Alberto Antonelli
Tempo2003Walter Shrenger
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead2003Boad
Inhabited2003VideoDr. Werner
The Barber2002Dexter Miles
I Spy2002Gundars
Night Visions2002TV SeriesMartin
Superman: Shadow of Apokolips2002Video GameMetallo (voice)
Between Strangers2002Alan Baxter
Shadow Realm2002TV MovieMartin Hudson
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Firestarter 2: Rekindled2002TV MovieJohn Rainbird
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Just Visiting2001Wizard
The Wonderful World of Disney2001TV SeriesSheriff of Nottingham
South Park2000TV SeriesA British Person
Island of the Dead2000TV MovieRupert King
Gangster No. 12000Gangster 55
St. Patrick: The Irish Legend2000TV MovieQuentin
The David Cassidy Story2000TV MovieJack Cassidy
My Life So Far1999Uncle Morris MacIntosh
Y2K1999General Seward
Love Lies Bleeding1999Malcolm Mead
Southern Cross1999Felipe Solano
Superman1999Video GameMetallo (voice)
Can of Worms1999TV MovieBarnabus (voice)
The Outer Limits1999TV SeriesShip
Superman1996-1999TV SeriesJohn Corben Metallo
Fantasy Island1998-1999TV SeriesMr. Roarke
The Gardener1998Ben Carter
The First 9 1/2 Weeks1998Francois Dubois
Beings1998Ian
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Mr. Magoo1997Austin Cloquet
Hugo Pool1997Henry
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Lexx: The Dark Zone Stories1997TV Mini-SeriesYottskry
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Asylum1997/ISullivan Rane Doc
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Adventures from the Book of Virtues1997TV SeriesGod Indra
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Where Truth Lies1996Dr. Vernon Renquist
Yesterday's Target1996TV MovieHolden
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Biker Mice from Mars1996TV SeriesDominic T. Stilton
Our Friends in the North1996TV Mini-SeriesBenny Barratt
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Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom1996Video GameAdmiral Geoffrey Tolwyn
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Fatal Pursuit1995Bechtel
Kids of the Round Table1995Merlin
Batman: The Animated Series1995TV SeriesArcady Duvall
Fist of the North Star1995Ryuken
Tank Girl1995Kesslee
Dangerous Indiscretion1995Roger Everett
Captain Planet and the Planeteers1993-1995TV SeriesZarm
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The Second Greatest Story Ever Told1994TV MovieAngel Gabriel
Wing Commander III: Heart of the Tiger1994Video GameAdmiral Geoffrey Tolwyn
Star Trek: Generations1994Soran
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Milk Money1994Waltzer
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Chain of Desire1992Hubert Bailey
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Schweitzer1990Albert Schweitzer
Disturbed1990Dr. Derrek Russell
Jezebel's Kiss1990Benjamin J. Faberson
In the Eye of the Snake1990Professor Baldwin
Maggio musicale1990Pier Francesco Ferraioli
Happily Ever After1990Lord Malice (voice)
Class of 19991990Dr. Miles Langford
Moon 441990Major Lee
Il maestro1990Walter Goldberg
Mortacci1989Edmondo
Buy & Cell1988Warden Tennant
Sunset1988Alfie Alperin
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Monte Carlo1986TV SeriesChristopher Quinn
Gulag1985TV MovieThe Englishman
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Faerie Tale Theatre1983TV SeriesReginald Von Lupin / The Wolf
Get Crazy1983Reggie Wanker
Cross Creek1983Max Perkins
Blue Thunder1983Col. F.E. Cochrane
Britannia Hospital1982Mick Travis: The Media
Cat People1982Paul Gallier
Look Back in Anger1980TV MovieJimmy Porter
Tigers Are Better Looking1979Short
Time After Time1979H.G. Wells
Caligula1979Caligula
The Passage1979Capt. Von Berkow
BBC2 Play of the Week1978TV SeriesRichard Chandos
Voyage of the Damned1976Max Gunter
Aces High1976Gresham
Great Performances1976TV SeriesBill
Royal Flash1975Captain Harry Flashman
O Lucky Man!1973Mick Travis / Plantation Thief
A Clockwork Orange1971Alex
Long Ago, Tomorrow1971Bruce Pritchard
Figures in a Landscape1970Ansell
The Wednesday Play1969TV SeriesHappy
If....1968Mick: Crusaders
The Newcomers1967TV SeriesErnie
Poor Cow1967Billy (scenes deleted)
Sat'day While Sunday1967TV SeriesFrankie
Dixon of Dock Green1967TV SeriesRonnie Patterson
Boy Meets Girl1967TV SeriesMartin
Love Story1967TV SeriesJed
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Emergency-Ward 101967TV Series1st Potholer
The Mystery of Casa Matusita II: The Five Guests2018announcedSupay
Knock on Any Door1966TV Series
Culture of Fear2017post-productionEvo
Crossroads1964TV SeriesCrispin Ryder
Legacy of Fire2017pre-productionRichard Strauss
Dreams I Never Had2017completedJudge Messner
American Satan2017post-productionMr. Capricorn
The Mystery of Casa Matusita2017pre-productionSupay
Wizardream2017filmingThe Wizard Mangodor
Yamasong: March of the Hollows2017completedLord Geer
Abnormal Attractionpost-productionBoogeyman
Butterfly Lovepre-productionAvery
Corbin Nashpost-productionBlind Prophet
CriminalityannouncedBill Matthews
Experiment 77pre-productionIan Stone
Poor PaulannouncedGrandpa Paul
The Spiderpre-productionVon Wessel
Vampires of Hollywoodpre-productionArt Wood
Villa AuroraannouncedThomas Mann
Grow House2017Dr. Doobie
We Bare Bears2017TV SeriesProfessor Lampwick
Walk of Fame2017Evan Polus
Jeff & Some Aliens2017TV Series
Death Race 20502017Chairman
Mississippi Murder2017McGowen
Mozart in the Jungle2014-2016TV SeriesThomas
Call of Duty: Revelations2016Video GameDr. Monty (voice)
TripTank2015-2016TV SeriesPriest / Cloud / Fart Philosopher
Gorod Krovi2016Video GameDr. Monty (voice)
312016Father Murder
Cowboys & Engines2015ShortDr. Clay
Kids vs Monsters2015Boss Monster
Call of Duty: Black Ops III2015Video GameDr. Monty (voice)
Dusha shpiona2015Henry
Lady Psycho Killer2015
Jake and the Never Land Pirates2015TV SeriesLord Fathom
Oceanus: Act One2015ShortTriton (Ship's Computer)
The Black Hole2015Mr. Simms
Bereave2015Garvey
Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness2015VideoSly Baron (voice)
Some Kind of Beautiful2014Gordon
Franklin & Bash2011-2014TV SeriesStanton Infeld
Free Fall2014Thaddeus Gault
Shock Value2014Edmund Dean Huntley
Elwood2014ShortNarrator (voice)
Mischief Night2014Mr. Smiles
Phineas and Ferb2008-2014TV SeriesGrandpa Reginald Fletcher Grandpa Reg
Elder Scrolls Online2014Video GameMolag Bal (voice)
Tbilisi, I Love You2014Mr. M
The Mentalist2010-2013TV SeriesBret Stiles
Zombex2013Dr. Soulis
Metalocalypse: The Doomstar Requiem - A Klok Opera2013TV MovieVater Orlaag (voice)
The Employer2013The Employer
Community2013TV SeriesProfessor Cornwallis
Meet the Small Potatoes2013Lester Koop (voice)
Sanitarium2013Dr. Stenson
Richard The Lionheart2013King Henry II
Silent Night2012/ISheriff Cooper
Home Alone: The Holiday Heist2012TV MovieSinclair
Silent Hill: Revelation2012Leonard
Vamps2012Vlad Tepish
The Philadelphia Experiment2012TV MovieMorton Salinger
Metalocalypse2007-2012TV SeriesVater Orlaag / News Anchor / Kloketteer / ...
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange2012TV SeriesThe Dark Knight
A Green Story2012Barton
Antiviral2012Dr. Abendroth
CSI: Miami2010-2012TV SeriesDarren Vogel
Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness2012TV SeriesShirong
Hero Factory2010-2012TV SeriesAkiyama Makuro Mr. Akiyama Makuhero
Excision2012Mr. Cooper
Psych2011TV SeriesAmbassador Fanshaw
Entourage2005-2011TV SeriesTerrance McQuewick
No Rest for the Wicked: A Basil & Moebius Adventure2011ShortMr. Bloome
Suing the Devil2011Satan
The Unleashed2011Narrator
The Artist2011/IThe Butler
L.A., I Hate You2011Harold Weintraub
LA Phil Live2011TV SeriesProspero
Killzone 32011Video GameJorhan Brimve Stahl (voice)
Lego Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies2010TV MovieMr. Makuro (2010-) (voice)
DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection2010VideoMerlyn the Magnificent (segment "Green Arrow") (voice)
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam2010Video shortMerlyn the Magnificent (voice)
Golf in the Kingdom2010Dr. Julian Lange
Green Arrow2010Video shortMerlyn the Magnificent (voice)
Pound of Flesh2010Professor Noah Melville
Easy A2010Principal Gibbons
Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes2010VideoProfessor Moriarity (voice)
Monster Butler2010ShortRoy Fontaine
God of War III2010Video GameDaedalus (voice)
Barry Munday2010Mr. Farley
The Book of Eli2010Lombardi (uncredited)

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dreams I Never Had2017associate producer completed
Bereave2015executive producer
The Employer2013executive producer
Suing the Devil2011producer
Red Roses and Petrol2003associate producer
O Lucky Man!1973producer - uncredited

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
312016performer: "We Are Going To Play", "Another Exciting Year Of 31"
Mozart in the Jungle2014TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy2005TV Series performer - 1 episode
Get Crazy1983performer: "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man", "Hot Shot"
A Clockwork Orange1971performer: "Singin' In the Rain"
Long Ago, Tomorrow1971performer: "Onward Christian Soldiers" - uncredited

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rag Tale2005devised in collaboration with
O Lucky Man!1973based on an original idea by

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Blue Gold: World Water Wars2008Documentary narrator

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
David and Goliath2015special thanks
The One I Love2014thanks
JacK Waltzer: On the Craft of Acting2011Documentary special thanks
The Trial2010special thanks
Heroes: Countdown to the Premiere2008TV Movie documentary special thanks - as Malcolm MacDowell
The Crypt Keeper Presents: A Spine-Tingling Look at Tales from the Crypt1995Documentary short special thanks
Dieter & Andreas1989Short grateful acknowledgment

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Stanley and Us1999DocumentaryHimself
Ruby1999TV SeriesHimself
À la recherche de Stanley Kubrick1999DocumentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1999TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy1998DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
The Big Brass Ring1997Documentary shortKim Mennaker (uncredited)
Un siècle d'écrivains1997TV Series documentaryHimself
Politically Incorrect1997TV SeriesHimself
The Invisible Man1996TV Movie documentaryHimself
Night of About 14 CBS Stars1996TV MovieHimself
Sex, Censorship and the Silver Screen1996TV Series documentaryQuote Reader
Sharks of the Red Triangle1995DocumentaryNarrator
The Crypt Keeper Presents: A Spine-Tingling Look at Tales from the Crypt1995Documentary shortHimself
Vincent à l'heure1994TV SeriesHimself
Un dia és un dia1990TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Dame Edna Experience1989TV SeriesHimself - Guest
An Audience with Victoria Wood1988TV Special documentaryHimself - Audience Member (uncredited)
The 5th Annual American Cinema Awards1988TV SpecialHimself
It Was 20 Years Ago Today1987DocumentaryNarrator
The Compleat Beatles1982Video documentaryNarrator (voice)
A Documentary on the Making of 'Gore Vidal's Caligula'1981DocumentaryHimself / Caligula
Saturday Night Live1980TV SeriesHimself - Host Alex DeLarge John Lennon ...
The Alan Hamel Show1980TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 36th Annual Golden Globes Awards1979TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
Cinema1973TV Series documentaryHimself
The David Frost Show1972TV SeriesHimself - Guest
An Examination of Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange1972TV Short documentaryHimself
Johnnie Be GoodannouncedHimself
The Red Booth2017TV SeriesHimself - Guest
In Hell Everybody Loves Popcorn: The Making of 312016DocumentaryHimself
Sidewalks Entertainment2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Because I am a genius! Lorenza Mazzetti2016Documentary
Good Morning, Texas2015TV SeriesHimself
IMDb: What to Watch2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Kubrick Remembered2014DocumentaryHimself
Svengoolie2014TV SeriesHimself
Backstage with the Anglophile2014TV SeriesHimself
Reconnecting with Cat People: An Interview with Malcolm McDowell2014ShortHimself
Live Forever: The Ray Bradbury Odyssey2013DocumentaryHimself
Masterpiece: Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns2013DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
Anatomy of a Virus: The Making of Antiviral2013Video documentary shortHimself
Les ténèbres révélées de Silent Hill révélation 3D2013Video documentaryHimself
Stanley Kubrick in Focus2012ShortHimself
Santiago Files2011DocumentaryNarrator
Malcolm McDowell Looks Back2011Video documentary shortHimself
Turning Like Clockwork2011Video documentary shortHimself
Big Morning Buzz Live2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Breakfast2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Il était une fois...2011TV Series documentaryHimself
Festival international de Cannes2011TV SeriesHimself
Tavis Smiley2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Invocation2010DocumentaryHimself
The Making of Easy A2010Video shortHimself
Roadtrip Nation2010TV Series documentaryHimself
Red Carpet Report2010TV Series shortHimself
What If Cannabis Cured Cancer2010DocumentaryKurt Cannabis
Down to the Crossroads or How to Make a Movie 'Suck'2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Entertainment Tonight2010TV SeriesHimself
Cinema 32009TV SeriesHimself
Días de cine2009TV SeriesHimself
Continuarà...2009TV SeriesHimself
Starz Inside: Unforgettably Evil2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Heroes Unmasked2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Blue Gold: World Water Wars2008DocumentaryNarrator
Michael Lives: The Making of 'Halloween'2008Video documentaryHimself
Heroes: Countdown to the Premiere2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
Anatomy of Catastrophe: The Making of 'Doomsday'2008Video shortHimself
The Secret World of Superfans2008DocumentaryHimself
Lost Kubrick: The Unfinished Films of Stanley Kubrick2007Video documentary shortNarrator (voice)
A Comicbook Orange2007TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
British Film Forever2007TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Never Apologize2007DocumentaryHimself
In the Cutz2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Shooting 'Egypt' in India2006Video shortHimself
The Dark Secrets of the Hellfire Council2006Video shortHimself
O Lucky Malcolm!2006DocumentaryHimself
Calendar2006TV SeriesHimself
Jaws of the Pacific2005TV Movie documentaryNarrator
X-Rated2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Cast & Crew2004TV Series documentaryHimself
Tussen de sterren2003TV Series documentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains2003TV Special documentaryHimself
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2001TV SeriesHimself - Guest
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies2001TV Special documentaryHimself
Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures2001DocumentaryHimself
The Unforgettable Beryl Reid2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Unforgettable Arthur Lowe2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
Faces of Evil2000TV Movie documentaryNarrator (voice)
Still Tickin': The Return of A Clockwork Orange2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Burgess Variations1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Heroes Manufactured2016DocumentaryHimself
The Comix Scrutinizer2014TV SeriesCaligula
Du sang sur la neige2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
Road Trek 20112012ShortDr. Tolian Soran
Room 2372012/IDocumentaryAlex (uncredited)
Solos con la canguro2011ShortAlex (uncredited)
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness2011TV Series documentaryDr. Samuel Loomis
Real Time with Bill Maher2010TV SeriesHimself
Memòries de la tele2009TV SeriesHimself
Nostalgia Critic2009TV SeriesAlex DeLarge
Heroes Unmasked2007-2008TV Series documentaryDaniel Linderman Himself Cod Finch
Colors en sèrie2007TV SeriesAlex de Large
Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 22006Video documentaryHimself
Sex at 24 Frames Per Second2003Video documentaryHimself
Empire of the Censors1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
Imágenes prohibidas1994TV Series documentaryAlex

Won Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2015Jury AwardIndependent Filmmakers Showcase IFS Film Festival, USBest ActorBereave (2015)
2014Special AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USAThe Life Career Award
2013L.A. Indie AwardL.A. Indies AwardsLead ActorThe Employer (2013)
2012Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn March 16, 2012. At 6714 Hollywood Blvd.
2009King Vidor Memorial AwardSan Luis Obispo International Film Festival
2009Honorary Grand PrizeSitges - Catalonian International Film Festival
2005European Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsEvilenko (2004)
2005Artistic Achievement AwardPhiladelphia Film Festival
2005Taormina Arte AwardTaormina International Film Festival

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
2015Bonehead AwardBare Bones International Film & Music FestivalBest ActorBereave (2015)
2015Jury AwardHoboken International Film FestivalBest ActorBereave (2015)
1999OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actor in a New Drama SeriesFantasy Island (1998)
1980Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorTime After Time (1979)
1972Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Actor in a Motion Picture - DramaA Clockwork Orange (1971)

2nd Place Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1971NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest ActorA Clockwork Orange (1971)

3rd Place Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1971NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorA Clockwork Orange (1971)

Known for movies


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