malcom mcdowell



"Milk Money"
"Assassin of the Tsa,"
"Chain of Desire"
"Time After Tim,"
"Raging Moon"
"A Clockwork Orange"
"Blue Thunde,"
"Cat People"
"Voyage of the Damned"
"Figures in a Landscape"
"Cross Creek"
"the Void"
"Royal Flash,"
"the Chemical Wedding"
"Between Strangers"

among many others

place of birth
Malcom Taylor
Leeds, Yorkshire, England, UK
13 June 1943,
Kelley Kuhr
(1991 - present)
Mary Steenburgen
(1980 - 1990) (divorced)
MargotBennett (I)

(1975 - 1980) (divorced


" McDowell made his motion picture debut as Mick Travis in the Lindsay Anderson film "If..." and also starred for the director in "O Lucky Man!" and "Brittania Hospital." On television McDowell co-starred with Alan Bates and Laurence Olivier in "The Collection." He also starred in the telefilms "Seasons of the Heart" and "Arthur the King." He began his acting career on the stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company, sharing the stage with Patrick Stewart 24 years ago. McDowell's theater work includes the 1975 production of "Entertaining Mr. Sloane" at the Royal Court, which transferred to the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End. In New York, he starred in the 1981 revival of "Look Back in Anger" and David Storey's "In Celebration." In 1987 he appeared at the Mark Taper Forum in "Hunting Cockroaches." McDowell starred off-Broadway at the American Jewish Theatre, playing the lead role in Ronald Harwood's "Another Time" not all that long ago.