Thomas McCarthy has appeared in the feature film "Meet the Parents," starring Robert DeNiro and Ben Stiller, as well as "The Citizen" and "30 Days and Certain Guys." His television credits include "Ally McBeal," "Law & Order: SVU," "Spin City" and two films for Hallmark Hall of Fame -- "St. Maybe," opposite Mary Louise Parker, and "Mary and Tim," opposite Candice Bergen.
He has amassed an extensive list of theater credits, such as the regional productions of "Le Ronde," directed by Joanne Woodward, Landford Wilson's "Virgil is Still the Frogboy," "Hamlet" and "Taming Of The Shrew." He has also appeared in numerous productions at the Yale School of Drama, where he was trained.
McCarthy was born in New Jersey and is a graduate of Boston College and the Yale School of Drama.
Thomas McCarthy's Scores
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- By user score
|Win Win||Mar 18, 2011||Director / Screenplay / Story||7.7|
|Jack Goes Boating||Sep 17, 2010||Dr. Bob||6.7|
|The Lovely Bones||Dec 11, 2009||Principal Caden||6.2|
|Mammoth||Nov 20, 2009||Bob||6.6|
|2012||Nov 13, 2009||Gordon Silberman||5.5|
|Up||May 29, 2009||Story||8.8|
|Duplicity||Mar 20, 2009||Jeff Bauer||5.0|
|The Visitor||Apr 11, 2008||Director / Written By||8.1|
|Michael Clayton||Oct 5, 2007||Walter||7.2|
|Year of the Dog||Apr 13, 2007||Pier||6.5|
|The Situation||Feb 2, 2007||Major Hanks||4.0|
|Flags of Our Fathers||Oct 20, 2006||James Bradley||7.1|
|All the King's Men||Sep 22, 2006||Editor||5.1|
|The Great New Wonderful||Jun 23, 2006||Davie Burbage (Segment "David And Allison's Story")||6.4|
|The Last Shot||Sep 24, 2004||Agent Pike||7.2|
|The Station Agent||Oct 3, 2003||Director / Written By||7.9|
|Meet the Parents||Oct 6, 2000||Dr. Bob Banks||7.0|
|30 Days||Sep 15, 2000||Brad Drazin||tbd|