Eric McCormack (Toronto, 18 de abril de 1963), actor canadiense. Mantiene la doble nacionalidad canadiense-estadounidense. Vive actualmente entre Los Ángeles, Vancouver y Nueva York.
Estudió en la Ryerson University de Toronto, y ha aparecido en televisión desde 1986.
Hasta la fecha, el papel por el que más se le conoce es el del abogado Will Truman en Will & Grace, por el que ha estado nominado al Emmy en 3 ocasiones y lo ganó en 2001. También tuvo un papel como el terapeuta y novio de Christine Campbell en la quinta temporada de The New Adventures of Old Christine.
Ha participado en musicales y grabado varias canciones: "The Greatest Discovery", de Elton John y Bernie Taupin en el disco, Unexpected Dreams: Songs from the Stars. Compuso y cantó "Living With Grace" para la banda sonora de Will & Grace con Barry Manilow al piano.
Está casado con Janet Holden desde 1997, con quien tuvo un hijo en julio de 2002 en Los Ángeles, Finnigan Holden McCormack.
- Fecha de nacimiento: 1963-04-18
- Lugar de nacimiento: Toronto - Ontario - Canada
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Eric James McCormack (born April 18, 1963, height 5' 11" (1,80 m)) is a Canadian American actor, musician, writer and producer. Born in Toronto, he began his acting career performing in school plays at Stephen Leacock Collegiate Institute High School. He left Ryerson University in 1985, in order to accept a position with the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, where he spent five years performing in numerous play productions. For much of the late 1990s, he lived in Los Angeles and had minor roles. He made his feature film debut in the 1992 science fiction The Lost World. McCormack appeared in multiple television series roles, including Top Cops, Street Justice, Lovesome Dove: The Series, Townies, and Ally McBeal. McCormack later gained worldwide recognition for playing Will Truman in the American sitcom Will & Grace, which premiered in September 1998. His performance earned him an Emmy Award in the category for Best Actor in a Comedy Series in 2001. Aside from appearing in television, he made his Broadway debut in the 2001 production of The Music Man and starred in the 2005 film The Sisters. Following the series conclusion of Will & Grace in 2006, McCormack starred as the leading role in the New York production of Some Girl(s). He starred in the television mini-series The Andromeda Strain (2008) and returned to television in 2009 in the TNT drama Trust Me, which was cancelled after one season. Also in 2009, McCormack was cast in the science fiction movie Alien Trespass. Description above from the Wikipedia article Eric McCormack, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.