Philip Charles MacKenzie

Philip Charles MacKenzie

actor, director, producer

Philip Charles MacKenzie was born on May 07, 1946 in USA. Philip Charles MacKenzie's big-screen debut came with Dog Day Afternoon directed by Sidney Lumet in 1975, strarring Doctor. Philip Charles MacKenzie is known for Brothers directed by Shelley Jensen, Robert Walden stars as Joe Waters and Paul Regina as Cliff Waters. Philip Charles MacKenzie has got 1 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Philip Charles MacKenzie achieved is CableACE Awards. The upcoming new movie Philip Charles MacKenzie plays is Shade which will be released on Feb 23, 2006.

Philip is the son of William Harris, an NYPD (Captain) policeman and Sophia Muller, a school teacher. He grew up in the Bay Ridge-Fort Hamilton section of Brooklyn and attended Fort Hamilton HS. He started playing drums at 14 and in addition to his acting, directing and teaching careers, he still plays drums live and on recordings. He graduated from SUNY Cortland with a degree in elementary education. From there, he received an MFA in acting from the prestigious NYU School of the Arts. Upon graduation, he never stopped working as an actor. It was while he starred in Showtime's "Brothers" playing the flamboyant, groundbreaking gay character, Donald Maltby that he moved into directing, a career that continued for another twenty-five years, directing such hit shows as Roseanne, Frasier, According to Jim and many others. He is also a much sought after film acting teacher in the Los Angeles area. He is married to actress Alison LaPlaca. They have one son.

  • Birthday

    May 07, 1946
  • Place of Birth

    Brooklyn, New York, USA

Known For


1 wins & 3 nominations

CableACE Awards
Actor in a Comedy Series
Winner - ACE

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows