|Born||1934 (age 86–87)|
|Occupation||Film, television and theatre actor|
Michael McGuire (born 1934) is an American film, television and theatre actor.
McGuire was born in 1934. He began his career in 1964, as appearing in the Broadway play The Passion of Josef D., playing the roles of "Kapinsky (Kiaoinsky)" and "Ensemble".
Later in his career, McGuire began his film and television career in 1968, playing the role of "Dr. Bryan Angell" in the soap opera television series One Life to Live. He also appeared in other Broadway plays, as his theatre credits includes, Child's Play, playing the roles of "Father Frank Mozian" and "Jerome Malley", Hey Fever, playing the role of "Richard Greatham" and That Championship Season, playing the role of "James Daley", for which he won an Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, in which he shared with Charles Durning, Walter McGinn, Richard Dysart and Paul Sorvino, in 1972. He also received a Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance too.
In 1970s–2000s, McGuire appeared and guest-starred in numerous film and television programs, including, Coming Apart, Hawaii Five-O, Cheers, The Six Million Dollar Man, Columbo, They Might Be Giants, Mannix, Kojak, The Streets of San Francisco, The Rockford Files, Taxi, The Long Days of Summer, Family Ties, All in the Family, M*A*S*H, The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, The Golden Girls, Knots Landing, Dark Shadows, Newhart, Remington Steele, Highway to Heaven and The West Wing.
McGuire also starred and co-starred in numerous films, as his credits includes, Blade, Larry, Report to the Commissioner, Hard Times, The Hunted Lady, The Great Wallendas, Home to Stay, Like Normal People, Sanctuary of Fear, The Ordeal of Dr. Mudd, Blinded by the Light, Jekyll and Hyde... Together Again, Bird, The Karen Carpenter Story, and A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation. He also starred in the short-lived comedy television series Empire, playing the main role of "Edward Roland".
In 2008, McGuire retired his career, last appearing in the Broadway play August: Osage County, where he played the role of the doomed patriarch "Beverly Weston". In September 2008, his role was taken over by actor, John Cullum for eight performances, while McGuire was on vacation.