Philip Charles MacKenzie

Philip Charles MacKenzie

Actor and Director
Born 1947

Philip Charles MacKenzie is an American actor and television director. He is best known for his role as Donald Maltby on Brothers, and as Ted Nichols on Open House, which he worked on with his current wife Alison LaPlaca.

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1947 Birth Born in 1947.


1971 24 Years Old MacKenzie was married to actress Linda Carlson from 1971 to their divorce in 1990. … Read More
1975 28 Years Old MacKenzie made his on-screen debut in Sidney Lumet's 1975 crime drama Dog Day Afternoon. … Read More


1980 33 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1980, he appeared as Dr. LaFleur in The Heartbreak Winner, an ABC Afterschool Special episode.
1982 35 Years Old MacKenzie then landed his first regular role on the short-lived CBS sitcom Making the Grade in the spring of 1982. … Read More
1984 37 Years Old In 1984, MacKenzie began in the featured role of flamboyant, effeminate Donald Maltby on the Showtime sitcom Brothers. … Read More


1987 40 Years Old 1 More Event
He was nominated for the same award again in 1987, following the show's third season. … Read More
1989 42 Years Old In 1989, just as Brothers was ending a five-season run, MacKenzie made a guest appearance on the Fox dramedy series Duet. … Read More
1990 43 Years Old Midway through the 1990-91 season, MacKenzie joined the cast of ABC's Miller/Boyett sitcom Going Places as talk show producer Arnie Ross. … Read More
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