Malcolm McDowell Bio

Relationship Statistics of Malcolm McDowell

What is Malcolm McDowell marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Malcolm McDowell get married ? (married date):November 12, 1991
How many children does Malcolm McDowell have ? (name):Five (Beckett Taylor McDowell, Charlie McDowell, Finnian Anderson McDowell, Lilly McDowell, Seamus Hudson McDowell)
Is Malcolm McDowell having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Malcolm McDowell gay ?: No
Who is Malcolm McDowell wife ? (name):Kelley Kuhr

More about the relationship

Malcolm McDowell was earlier married to actress/publicist Margot Bennett from April 21, 1975, to September 15,  1980. Hardly a few days after divorcing her, he went on to marry actress, Mary Steenburgen on September 29, 1980. The couple had two children, Lilly Amanda, and Charles Malcolm, before divorcing on October 1, 1990.

Currently, the English actor is married to Kelley Kuhr on November 12, 1991, who is 24 years younger than him. The couple has three sons: Beckett Taylor, Finnian Anderson, and Seamus Hudson.

Who is Malcolm McDowell?

Malcolm is an English actor primarily known for playing rowdy and villainous roles. In a career spanning over five decades, he has done a wide variety of film roles.

Malcolm McDowell: Age (75), Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity

Malcolm McDowell was born in Horsforth, West Riding of Yorkshire, England on June 13, 1943. His birth name is  Malcolm John Taylor and he is currently 75 years old. His father’s name is Charles Taylor (publican) and his mother’s name is  Edna McDowell ( hotelier).

He has two siblings namely, Judy Taylor, Gloria Taylor. Malcolm holds British citizenship and mixed (English- Scottish- Irish) ethnicity. Her birth sign is Gemini.

Malcolm McDowell: Education, School/ College University

Talking about Malcolm’s education history, he was sent to the Tunbridge Boarding School and later attended the Cannock House School in Eltham, Kent. As a schoolboy, he realized his passion for acting. He enrolled at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) to study acting professionally.

Malcolm McDowell: Professional Life, Career

Talking about his profession, Malcolm McDowell made his film debut as Mick Travis in Lindsay Anderson’s ‘If…’ that was released in 1968. He then appeared in the films ‘Figures in a Landscape’, ‘The Raging Moon’ and ‘A Clockwork Orange’ in the early 1970s. He reprised his role as Mick Travis in ‘O Lucky Man’ and then third film in the trilogy titled ‘Britannia Hospital’.

During the 1970s, the actor also performed on stage in plays including ‘The Collection’. In the year 1975, he starred in the French war flick ‘Aces High’. On the following year, he did the movie ‘Voyage of the Damned’. In the year 1979, McDowell also landed in Hollywood and made his debut as H. G. Wells in the movie ‘Time After Time’.

He starred as F.E. Cochrane in the action flick ‘Blue Thunder’ in 1983. On the same year, he played Reggie Wanker in ‘Get Crazy’ and also appeared as Wolf in Faerie Tale Theatre’s rendition of the “Little Red Riding Hood”. The English actor narrated a documentary titled ‘The Compleat Beatles’ in 1984. In the year 1985, he did the TV movies ‘Arthur the King’ and ‘Gulag’. A year later, he appeared as Christopher Quinn in the TV film ‘Monte Carlo’. After this, he was cast in the movies ‘The Caller’, ‘Buy & Cell’, ‘Sunset’ and ‘Mortacci’.

In the year 1992, McDowell appeared as Hubert Bailey in the movie ‘Chain of Desire’. Two years later, he played mad scientist Dr. Tolian Soran in ‘Star Trek Generations’. During 1994, he also did the TV movie ‘The Man Who Wouldn’t Die’. He next starred in the science fiction/action comedy flick ‘Tank Girl’ in 1995. In the year 1996, he joined the cast of the television series ‘Wing Commander Academy’ as Commodore Geoffrey Tolwyn.

In the late 1990s, the actor played voice roles in the animated series ‘Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys’, ‘Can of Worms’ and ‘Superman: The Animated Series’. He had a brief but memorable role as a gangster in the British crime movie ‘Gangster No. 1’ in 2000. That year, McDowell also did the movie ‘I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead’.

In 2003-04, he appeared in two episodes of ‘Teen Titans’. After this, he portrayed Jonas Slaughter on ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent’. In 2007, he began playing the role of Mr. Linderman in NBC’s ‘Heroes’. That year, he also appeared as Dr. Samuel Loomis in ‘Halloween’. On the same year, he was featured in an episode of ‘Masters of Science Fiction’ on Sky.

Additionally, McDowell did the rock and roll film ‘Suck’ in 2009. In December the same year, he had a guest appearance in Slipknot’s music video “Snuff”. Two years later, he played Satan in the comedy thriller flick ‘Suing the Devil’. At around the same period, he was also cast as Stanton Infeld in TNT’s series ‘Franklin & Bash’.

He acted in the horror films ‘Vamps’ and ‘Silent Hill: Revelation’. McDowell next starred in the short film ‘Cowboys & Engines’ in 2013. The same year, he played King Henry II in the movie ‘Richard the Lionheart’.

In 2015-16, he appeared as Cloud/Priest/Fart Philosopher in the adult animated series ‘TripTank’. During this time period, he also voiced Dr. Monty in the video games ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ and ‘Call of Duty: Revelations’. In addition, the actor portrayed Father Murder in the film ‘31’ during this time.

In the year 2017, he played voice roles in the animated sitcoms ‘Jeff & Some Aliens’ and ‘We Bare Bears’. The following year, he voiced the character of ‘Minister Hydan’ in the series ‘Star Wars Rebels.’

Malcolm McDowell: Awards, Nomination

He won The Life Career Award at Special Award, he won Best Actor for Bereave (2015) at Jury Award. Likewise, he won Evilenko (2004) at European Silver Ribbon Award. Similarly, he won Lead Actor for The Employer (2013) at L.A. Indie Award.

He has won Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film for American Satan (2017), Best Ensemble Cast for American Satan (2017) at Festival Award. Then, he won Best DVD Commentary for A Clockwork Orange (1971) at Rondo Statuette.

Malcolm McDowell: Net Worth ($70M), Income, Salary

She has an estimated net worth of around $70 million (as per 2019 data) and she has earned that sum of money from her professional career.

Malcolm McDowell: Rumors and Controversy/ Scandal

He recognized for the controversial roles of Caligula in Tinto Brass’s ‘Caligula’, DeLarge in the movie ‘A Clockwork Orange’ and Mick Travis in Lindsay Anderson’s trilogy consisting of ‘If…’, ‘O Lucky Man’ and ‘Britannia Hospital’.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Malcolm McDowell has a height of 5 feet 9 inches. Additionally, he weighs is unknown. Malcolm’s hair color is grey and his eye color is blue.

Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Being an English actor, Malcolm McDowell has a huge fan following rate. He has been active in social sites like Facebook and Twitter. He has more than 15K followers on his Facebook, around 14.8K followers on his Twitter. But he doesn’t have an official page on Instagram.

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Reference: (Wikipedia)

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