Dylan McDermott
American actor
Dylan McDermott
Mark Anthony McDermott, better known by his professional name of Dylan McDermott, is an American actor, known for his role as lawyer and law firm head Bobby Donnell on the television legal drama The Practice, which earned him a Golden Globe and an Emmy nomination, and his role in the series American Horror Story as Dr. Ben Harmon. He also starred in the TNT series Dark Blue as Lt. Carter Shaw.
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Is It Harder to Be a Novelist or a Screenwriter? (Plus a Brief Meditation on How Being a Writer Should be Like Smoking Cigars.)
Huffington Post - 3 months
Lately, my novelist friends and I have been talking about finding other jobs because the publishing business is so rocky. Usually this list of possibilities is short, since we're not really qualified to do much other than write. Waiting tables, maybe, or working in retail. "Maybe we should just write other things that pay better," one of my friends suggested. "Like screenplays!" She has always been an optimist. Still, that conversation led me to wonder whether it's easier to be a screenwriter than a novelist these days, so I asked Toronto-based screenwriter, Shane Weisfeld, who wrote the screenplay for the 2014 thriller, "Freezer," starring Dylan McDermott, to tell me about his career path. It turns out that selling a script and actually getting it made into a movie might not be any easier than selling a novel and seeing it in bookstores...darn it. Q. I love the cobbled-together word you use, "sacriverance," to describe the combination of sacrifice and perseverance ...
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Did You Know <i>Ash vs. Evil Dead</i> Actress Jill Marie Jones Was in <i>American Horror Story</i>?
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Jill Marie Jones is the female lead and all around badass state trooper turned zombie-killer "Amanda Fisher" in the new Sam Raimi / Starz produced series Ash vs. Evil Dead, premiering on Saturday, October 31st at 9:00 pm ET/PT. Jill Marie Jones' Twitter , AVED Twitter: @AshvsEvilDead , Ash vs Evil Dead Official Trailer Speaking with Jill Marie Jones was total awesomeness for me since I love horror movies, Sam Raimi and you know, Bruce Campbell who are both from one of my favorite shows, Xena: Warrior Princess. I love talkers and Jill Marie Jones is just that! Try to look away from her stunning picture up there long enough to read this interview! Onward! Tell us about your audition. My audition for Ash vs. Evil Dead was hands down the most interesting audition I've had to date. One of the notes was to act out both scenes entirely. Now, that may sound like a regular Tuesday audition, but trust me, it was not. They wanted all the movement, which is not something that is ...
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You Have To Watch The Trailer For 'Freezer'
MTV News - about 3 years
One way that low-budget thrillers have dealt with the constraints of having less money than their competitors is to keep the action contained to a single room. There was "Phone Booth," then "Buried," and even "ATM." But "Freezer" might take the cake. "Freezer," as you might imagine, is about a man who is trapped in a bathroom. Okay, we're lying. He's obviously trapped inside a freezer. But that's just the start of this absurd trailer, which stars Dylan McDermott. Please watch the above preview on the promise that you will watch nothing better today*. If you'd like to watch 88 more minutes of Dylan McDermott trapped inside a cooling unit, "Freezer" hits VOD, Blu-Ray and DVD on January 21st. *Not a guarantee.
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Tres Brooklyn: Jean-Paul Gaultier at the Brooklyn Museum and Tres Chic: Grace Kelly Celebrated
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Only some of the crowd greeting French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier at the Brooklyn Museum, wore his clothes, easily identified by the tab on the back. But many chose the occasion of the opening of a lavish exhibition, "The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk," to pay tribute, riffing on his most camp and louche looks without actually wearing HIS designs. That's to be expected for the man who gave Madonna the pointy cone bra! But upstairs on the museum's fifth floor, rooms fitted with mannequins whose facial expressions move in delight or dismay display his art in a spectacular show to rival the splendid Alexander McQueen at the Metropolitan Museum a few seasons back. Featuring a full sampling of his career, from his nautical stripes to beaded bustiers, lace gowns to tartan trenchcoats, gartered corsets and an outré glamour, the exhibition illustrates the line between what is beautiful and what can actually be worn. The exhibition catalogue, with image ...
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Emmys 2013: Performers & Presenters Complete List!
Just Jared - over 3 years
It is set to be a great night celebrating television at the 2013 Emmy Awards airing live on Sunday (September 22) from the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles. The evening will featuring several musical performances including one from Carrie Underwood honoring the music of the 1960s (she has hinted she’ll sing a Beatles song) and another from Elton John as a tribute to Behind the Candelabra‘s subject Liberace. Tributes to the late Cory Monteith, James Gandolfini, Jean Stapleton (All in the Family), Jonathan Winters (Mork and Mindy), and producer Gary David Goldberg (Family Ties) are all set in place as well. Make sure to watch the 2013 Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, airing TONIGHT at 8/7c on CBS! Click inside to check out the complete list of presenters… 2013 Emmy Awards Presenters List Malin Akerman Stephen Amell Will Arnett Alec Baldwin Andre Braugher Connie Britton Dan Bucatinsky Diahann Carroll Don Cheadle Emilia Calrke Bryan Cranston ...
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I Love Television™
The Portland Mercury - over 3 years
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? More like Agents of S.Q.U.I.R.T.! by Wm.™ Steven Humphrey As you know, nerds the world over are squirting in their Super Friends Underoos over this week's debut of Joss Whedon's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (ABC, Tues Sept 24, 8 pm). Actually, its full name is Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., which is Marvel's way of saying, "This is OUR show, not yours—and we're only letting you watch it because we're nice, and we want to sell more Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. squirt-resistant Underoos." However, since Joss Whedon did all the heavy lifting on this project, I'm going to refer to this show as "Joss Whedon's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," or JWMAoSHIELD. Because that's not confusing at all. So is JWMAoSHIELD something to squirt in one's underpants about? All squirts point to YES! Why? SQUIRT #1: Joss Whedon! After years of unappreciated excellence—being a staff writer for Roseanne, helming the amazingly awes ...
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CBS' 'Hostages' seeks to capture audiences as cable dramas do
LATimes - over 3 years
A thriller that stars Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott and has more in common with 'Homeland' than 'CSI' will be a closely observed experiment. NEW YORK — In recent years, cable television has generated raves for its complex serial dramas even as broadcast networks continue to ring up exponentially more viewers with their traditional fare.
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Fall Preview: Behind the Scenes of Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott's Hostages
Seattle Pi - over 3 years
Toni Collette and Dylan McDermott are filming a tense exchange in front of a gleaming medical complex. Collette plays renowned thoracic surgeon Ellen Sanders, but her companion, Duncan Carlisle (McDermott), is no healer. The doc's desperate and wily attempts to honor her Hippocratic oath while saving her family form the heart of the show. When I first heard about Hostages, Nachmanoff says of the show, which is based on an Israeli TV project, it sounded like a cable idea - ordinary people thrust into an extraordinary situation, like Breaking Bad's Walter White or Weeds' Nancy Botwin. McDermott, who played dark on the first two seasons of FX's American Horror Story, happily fulfills the antihero role. Where Ellen's motivations are clear, Duncan's are murky, and the actor will share only that "there are powerful reasons why he's part of a conspiracy to kill the president." When the show opens, he's an FBI hostage negotiator at a bank robbery, and the next time you see him, he's t ...
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New and notable TV shows premiering this fall
San Francisco Chronicle - over 3 years
Capsule descriptions of many of the new shows, documentaries and movies heading your way this fall: Joss and Jed Whedon team with Marvel on a fantasy action series about a team of super-agents battling aliens and other weird cases. Maggie Lawson ("Psych"), former softball all-star, is a newly single mom who takes on coaching a team of "Bad News Bears" Little Leaguers. Sitcom vehicle for Aussie comic wunderkind Rebel Wilson, who gets a new job and attracts the attention of a handsome attorney who likes large women. Somewhat darker spin-off of "Once Upon a Time," focusing on Alice's descent through the rabbit hole and into a CGI Wonderland. Malin Akerman plays the sexy, younger new wife of Bradley Whitford's character and finds herself having to deal with the baggage of his two ex-wives. Feature TV film about the first Doctor Who, William Hartnell, played by David Bradley, created as part of BBC America's celebration of the 50th anniversary of "Doctor Who," to be marked with a spec ...
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Look Who's Coming To TV!
Huffington Post - over 3 years
There are so many exciting stars on TV in the 2013-2014 season, but which ones are the critical favorites? HuffPost TV rounded up 19 of the top TV critics in the country to talk about some of the hottest stars coming to a TV near you. From a sitcom legend making a return to the small screen to a "Party Down" alum and a tall, gangly funnyman both finally reaching leading star status, there are plenty of familiar faces here. But don't be fooled by all the returning players -- there are also some relative newcomers who are legitimate stars to watch. Watch the video, above, to see all of our picks, as well as our picks for Best New Drama and Best New Comedy, then check back this week for our last two videos of the series: Favorite Returning Show for and Worst New Show. Tell us: Who are you most excited to see on TV this season? Tune-in info for all the shows whose stars were mentioned: Michael J. Fox and Betsy Brandt star in "The Michael J. Fox Show," premiering ...
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Paige Morrow Kimball: Turning Up the Heat on Ageism in Hollywood
Huffington Post - over 3 years
I went to see The Heat last week, not because I'm a fan of buddy cop movies, but because I was intrigued that the two stars were women, in a classically male-dominated genre. Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy were both very funny, and even though the script had some character development issues, I wasn't disappointed -- The Heat is definitely gender blind and doesn't sway from the buddy cop formula because there are women in the leads. However, I was disheartened to see that the film perpetuates a double standard for men and women about age and attractiveness. There is no doubt that The Heat succeeds in being un-self conscious about having female leads. In fact, with women in the lead roles the film has the advantage of fresh, original humor as Bullock and McCarthy deliver their arsenal of 'vagina' jokes that would be off-putting if they were uttered by male lips. (Yup. Pun intended). 1988's Feds starring Rebecca De Mornay and Mary Gross was another attempt at two fem ...
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'Evil Dead' Wins The Weekend
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Audiences had an apetite for horror this weekend as Sam Raimi's "Evil Dead" reboot won the weekend box office. "Evil Dead" took the number one spot, bringing in $26 million across 3,025 theaters. The horror flick, which stars Jane Levy and Shiloh Fernandez, has received mixed reviews from critics and earned a CinemaScore of C+ from moviegoers. Action film "G.I. Joe Retaliation" and animated flick "The Croods" both continued successful box office runs, tying for the number two spot. "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," which stars Channing Tatum, Bruce Willis, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, made $21.1 million across 3,734 theaters. The follow-up to 2009's "G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra," has reached a total domestic gross of $86.66 million since its release. Featuring the voices of Ryan Reynolds, Nicolas Cage, and Emma Stone, "The Croods" brought in $21.1 million across 3,879 theaters. With a budget of $135 million, "The Croods" has made $125.8 million. Also opening this week was "Jura ...
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Scott Mendelson: Review: Olympus Has Fallen
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Olympus Has Fallen 2013 120 minutes Rated R If taken at face value, Antoine Fuqua's Olympus Has Fallen is pretty much morally indefensible. Written by Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin Benedikt, the film offers a level of jingoistic fear-mongering  the likes of which are more commonly associated with a 1980s Chuck Norris vehicle and/or the likes of Cobra.  It is astonishingly violent yet acts as if the safety of a single person is all that necessitates a happy ending.  While the slightly similar 'president in peril' epic Air Force One at least implicitly asked what cost in lives should be spent to preserve the life of a man who happens to hold a certain elected office, Olympus Has Fallen has no such weighty ideas on its mind.  It is not so much a Die Hard rip-off but a high-budget ($80 million) ode to the flurry of cheapie straight-to-VHS knock-offs that flourished in the late 1990s (essay), complete with simplistic plotting and implausible levels of violence.  It isn't ...
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Bevy Smith: My Workout Obsession
Huffington Post - about 4 years
In an effort to stop this 46-year-old body from sliding into total disrepair, I joined a fancy gym. My gym features eucalyptus chilled towels and patrons who look like they don't need to go to a gym. It's definitely an investment and I'm committed to getting my money's worth, which is why I started taking classes -- yoga, pilates, power napping (apparently there's a proper way to nap) and my favorite, Zumba. What started as a way to milk every cent out of my gym membership has become a bit of an obsession. For me Zumba is like going to the club only you're not the only 40-something dancing hard and sweating like you're going through the change. Before I took a class I thought it was just another exercise fad, after all in the '90s I did my share of Tae-bo! However, going inside the world of Zumba Fitness, I realized it's a movement. I attended the Zumba Instructors Conference held at in Los Angeles and with over 3,000 global instructors in attendance it felt like an o ...
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Kyle Chandler Returning To TV
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Kyle Chandler is eying a return to TV with "Vatican," Showtime's new pilot. The "Friday Night Lights" alum will play Cardinal Thomas Duffy, the Archbishop of New York, Showtime announced. Chandler's character is described as progressive, which alarms some in the Catholic Church. The actor joins Matthew Goode and Sebastian Koch, who've also signed on for the "Vatican" pilot, which Ridley Scott is attached to direct with a script from Paul Attansio. “Kyle Chandler is one of the most talented and sought-after actors working today, and was a fantastic creative partner through five seasons of 'Friday Night Lights,'" David Nevins, president of entertainment at Showtime, said in a statement. "With Kyle, Matthew Goode and Sebastian Koch, Ridley and Paul have put together a powerhouse cast to anchor this incredibly timely show." In other pilot news ... Miranda Cosgrove has been cast in "Girlfriend In A Coma." The "iCarly" star joins the NBC pilot as Evie, a "small-town ove ...
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Dylan McDermott Skipping 'American Horror Story' Season 3?
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Dylan McDermott has joined "Hostages," TVLine reports. The CBS pilot, which is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and already has Toni Collette attached, follows a Washington, D.C. family caught in the middle of a massive political conspiracy. On "Hostages" (based on an Israeli series), Collette's role is the matriarch Ellen, a surgeon who's forced to save her family's lives, and McDermott will play Duncan, "a righteous FBI agent at the center of said conspiracy whose role will come as a surprise," according to TVLine. Should the pilot get picked up to series, it's possible McDermott won't be able to stop by the upcoming season of "American Horror Story," which has alumni Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Frances McDormand and Taissa Farmiga attached. In more pilot news ... A "Home Improvement" Reunion on "Last Man Standing." Tim Allen's former TV son, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, will guest star as the manager of a restaurant where Tim Allen's current TV daughte ...
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Joey DeAngelis: 'AHS: Asylum' Recap: Have You Heard About Betty?
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Episode 12 of FX's "American Horror Story: Asylum," titled "Continuum" "Continuum" had me intrigued for about 10 minutes, and then Kit interrupted a "Real Housewives"-esque fight between Alma and Grace with "What's goin' on? ... Let's have a family meeting." Going into the episode, I had already known it was going to be split up between the different storylines and I was completely for that. But the way it was written threw off the pacing of the episode and it just ended up a pretty big let down. Kit, Alma, and Grace As you know, Kit and Grace are my least favorite people on the show. But now that Alma was back, I was pretty fascinated by their plot. Maybe I'm still holding on to feelings from "Big Love," but I thoroughly enjoyed their polygamy-turned-murder drama. More than a year has passed since the last episode, and the three lovebirds are living happily together. Except Grace is all, "We need to remember the aliens so t ...
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Scott Mendelson: 2012 in Film: Good Films You Probably Missed in Theaters
The Huffington Post - about 4 years
And so begins my annual 'films of 2012' list round-up, where I try to do more than merely compile the '10 best and 10 worst' of the year.  It's often just as much fun to talk about films somewhere in the middle, the underrated gems, the hidden gems, and the overrated would-be critical darlings.  This time I'm starting it off with a list of ten very good or great films that you probably didn't see.  This is often among my favorite lists to compile, as it allows me to shine a spotlight on films that perhaps didn't get the attention they deserved.  These are not "underrated" per say.  Most who did see them in fact enjoyed them, but the audience was too small in number for all of the films mentioned below.  As always, the following are in alphabetical order.  So, without further ado... Detention: Joseph Kahn's genre-twisting and post-modern horror freak-out had the bad luck to open in limited release on the same weekend as the wide release of another somewhat more mainstream ...
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Sarah Paulson: 'AHS' Has So Only Just Begun
Popeater - over 4 years
If you've been watching "American Horror Story: Asylum," chances are ... you've been scared shitless. But, according to Sarah Paulson, who plays lesbian reporter turned Briarcliff patient Lana Winters, "It's so only just begun. What happens in the first few episodes is like eating a bowl of ice cream compared to what happens to her." On the series' fourth episode (Wed., Nov. 7 at 10 p.m. ET on FX), things take a turn for Lana, Paulson told HuffPost TV. Even Chloe Sevigny, who played Shelley on "Asylum", told us, "What happens to Sarah Paulson's character [later on] is what's scariest to me." Below, Paulson, who also recurred on Season 1 of "American Horror Story," explains why "Asylum" is far more terrifying than its predecessor, upcoming guest stars, how the show can make an impact in terms of gay rights (even though it's set 50 years in the past) and what it's like being flashed by Evan Peters, which made her and Jessica Lange burst into laughter. Seriously. What d ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dylan McDermott
    FIFTIES
  • 2015
    Age 53
    On January 14, 2015, it was announced he was engaged to his Stalker co-star Maggie Q.
    More Details Hide Details McDermott has been featured in magazines such as Men's Health. In 1999, he was a finalist in the GQ "Man of the Year" issue. McDermott is a recovering alcoholic who has been sober for over 20 years.
  • 2014
    Age 52
    In 2014, McDermott began starring on the CBS television series Stalker in one of the lead roles, portraying Detective Jack Larsen opposite Maggie Q.
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  • 2013
    Age 51
    In May 2013, McDermott launched his first Photography Exhibition in Montreal, Quebec at Avenue Art Gallery as part of a collaboration with Art Agent, Marina Cutler.
    More Details Hide Details The Exhibition titled THE DYLAN PROJECT, MAKE SOME NOISE! tied his support for The V-Day Organization and love of photography together as the project is a way to bring attention and funds to this organization that supports women in various ways who have suffered violent acts of aggression. McDermott and Cutler have plans to bring THE DYLAN PROJECT to other locations.
  • 2012
    Age 50
    In 2012, he appeared in three films; The Campaign, playing Tim Wattley, a campaign manager, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, as the father of main character Charlie (Logan Lerman), and Nobody Walks, as Leroy.
    More Details Hide Details He recently appeared in the action thriller Olympus Has Fallen as a treacherous Secret Service Agent who helps a group of terrorists seize control of the White House.
  • FORTIES
  • 2011
    Age 49
    In 2011, McDermott starred on American Horror Story on FX as Ben Harmon, a cheating husband.
    More Details Hide Details He returned to the second season as a new character due to the series' anthology format, this time portraying Johnny Morgan.
  • 2009
    Age 47
    Beginning in 2009, McDermott starred in the TNT drama Dark Blue, playing a veteran cop who heads a squad of undercover LAPD officers.
    More Details Hide Details The show ran for two seasons, each consisting of ten episodes.
  • 2008
    Age 46
    On October 30, 2008, TV Guide reported that McDermott was due to co-star alongside Shannen Doherty in the film Burning Palms, a satire based on Los Angeles stereotypes told through five intertwining storylines.
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    On May 16, 2008, CelebTV.com reported that McDermott had filed for divorce from Rose. The divorce was finalized on January 2, 2009.
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  • 2007
    Age 45
    In 2007, McDermott starred in the television series Big Shots.
    More Details Hide Details Due to low viewership, the show was canceled in January 2008 after 11 episodes without completing the planned 13-episode season.
  • 2004
    Age 42
    In 2004, McDermott starred alongside Julianna Margulies four-part mini-series The Grid, playing FBI Special Agent Max Canary in an anti-terrorist unit.
    More Details Hide Details Returning to theater in 2006, the actor played a returned soldier suffering from post traumatic stress disorder in the Ensler's play The Treatment.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2000
    Age 38
    He got this distinction again in 2000.
    More Details Hide Details Despite his success on The Practice, McDermott was cut from the show. Executive producer David E. Kelley cited "economic and creative realities" as a result of pressure from ABC to reduce costs. McDermott did appear in the final two episodes of the final season.
  • 1998
    Age 36
    The show expanded McDermott's stardom, and he made People list of the "50 Most Beautiful People In The World 1998" with the magazine calling him "a prime-time heartthrob".
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  • 1995
    Age 33
    McDermott has a younger sister, Robin. He married actress Shiva Rose on November 19, 1995.
    More Details Hide Details They have two daughters, Colette and Charlotte. Colette's birth is prominently featured in Ensler's The Vagina Monologues. On September 27, 2007, People confirmed that McDermott and Rose had separated.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1989
    Age 27
    McDermott starred as Chris in the 1989 film Twister about a man who tried to rescue his girlfriend and daughter from a tornado storm.
    More Details Hide Details The same year brought Neon Empire, a movie about the rise and fall of one man in Las Vegas. However, his first big break as an actor was in the hit film In the Line of Fire. Through his connection with Clint Eastwood, McDermott was able to land his first major gig in The Practice.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1972
    Age 10
    Sponza, who police say had ties to organized crime, was killed in 1972; his body was found in the trunk of a car in a Waltham, Massachusetts, grocery store parking lot.
    More Details Hide Details McDermott and his sister were raised by Avis in Waterbury. As a teenager, he began taking trips to visit his father, who owned the West Fourth Street Saloon in Greenwich Village, New York. The two would go to the movies and the younger McDermott would work in his father's bar, serving drinks and breaking up fights. He would also fast-talk his way into the Mudd Club and Studio 54. McDermott was uncomfortable with himself as a teenager, saying he had a "Dorothy Hamill hairdo". He began to imitate his acting heroes, such as Marlon Brando and Humphrey Bogart, to adopt their demeanor. McDermott graduated from Holy Cross High School in Waterbury. McDermott's father's third wife was playwright Eve Ensler (author of The Vagina Monologues), who legally adopted McDermott when he was 15 and she was 23. She has since divorced his father. Ensler, with whom McDermott has remained close, encouraged him to pursue an acting career, and began writing roles for him into her plays. After Ensler suffered a miscarriage, he took on the name Dylan, the name planned for her unborn child. He attended acting school at the Jesuit-run Fordham University, as well as studying under Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse.
  • 1967
    Age 5
    McDermott was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, the son of Diane and Richard McDermott. He is of Italian (from his maternal grandfather), Irish, English, and French descent. Diane was 15 and Richard was 17 when McDermott was born; by 1967, the couple had divorced, and Diane and her two children were living with her mother, Avis (Rogers) Marino. On February 9, 1967, Diane was killed.
    More Details Hide Details Her death was originally ruled an accident, but police later claimed that evidence they had found would be enough to file murder charges against John Sponza, who had been living with Diane at the time. Sponza told authorities that Diane accidentally shot herself after picking up a gun he had been cleaning.
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on October 26, 1961.
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