ⓘ Macon McCalman. Nicknamed Sonny, McCalman helped form the Front Street Theatre in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. During the Korean War, he served in the U. ..

                                     

ⓘ Macon McCalman

Nicknamed "Sonny", McCalman helped form the Front Street Theatre in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. During the Korean War, he served in the U.S. Army. Over the course of his acting career McCalman appeared in various film and TV guest roles, usually in supporting parts, both dramatic and comedic often as heavies and authoritarian figures. He got his acting start on Broadway appearing in productions of The Last of Mrs. Lincoln 1971, An Enemy for the People 1971, and a comedy, The Playboy Of the Western World.

His first Hollywood film role was in Deliverance 1972. He had supporting parts in The Concorde. Airport 79 1979, The Falcon and the Snowman 1985, Fried Green Tomatoes 1991, and Falling Down 1993. He also appeared in the Roger Donaldson directed film Marie 1985. He appeared in guest roles in television shows such as Cheers, Starsky and Hutch, Kojak, Lou Grant, Threes Company, Murder She Wrote as well as such miniseries and television movies as Roots 1977 and Captains and the Kings 1976.

                                     

1. Death

McCalman retired from acting and returned to Memphis in 1997 after suffering a heart attack. He died in a Memphis hospital in 2005, one month shy of his 73rd birthday, from complications of a series of strokes.

                                     
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