Bruce McGill’s Body Measurements, Including Height

Bruce McGill Height

Biography

Bruce McGill’s body measurements are all here! Check out his height, weight, shoe size and more!

He gained fame for his supporting role in the 2000 film Collateral and the 2009 film Law Abiding Citizen. He portrayed Daniel Simpson Day in National Lampoon’s Animal House. He played Lieutenant Brooks in Ride Along and Ride Along 2.

He earned a degree in drama from The University of Texas at Austin.

In 2010, he had a recurring role as Detective Vince Korsak in the TNT series Rizzoli & Isles.

He married Gloria Lee in 1994.

He acted alongside Daniel Day Lewis in the 2012 Oscar-winning film, Lincoln.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.

Height176 cm, 5′9″ (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Shoe Size (US)N/A
Body ShapeN/A

Quotes

When I’m playing comedy, I never do ‘jokes.’ Sometimes I’ll deliver a line in a way I think is more likely to get a laugh, but all the best comedy is played straight. What’s funny is the way it hits the world around it or the way it hits the other characters.

When I got the offer to do ‘Weird Ernie’ in the pilot, I was living in New York, and somebody had made a mistake, and they made an offer that was supposed to be $2,500 for the job, but they offered $25,000. I couldn’t turn that down. I’d never heard of anything like that!

There’s a cumulative effect to getting good parts as a freelance actor, because you’re only as good as your last job, and you have to keep going out and getting them. Unless you’re part of the finance structure, by which I mean a bankable star, which I never was and never will be.

One of the defense mechanisms I have for the difficulties in the business, one of which is rejection, is that if I do the work, I go in, and I’m prepared and I audition and they don’t hire me, I’m always just amazed, thinking, ‘Wow! For that money, they could’ve had Bruce McGill, and they didn’t take me? I just think that’s amazing.’

I don’t work all day, every day on ‘Rizzoli & Isles,’ but I work every day. It may be a scene or two, or it may be an enormous workload, but there’s really not a lot of room for anything else, and that’s the choice I made. And that’s why I stayed away from TV before: Because I know that that’s what it is.

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