Born in Greenock, Scotland, McCall started his career in the West End productions of Oliver, Les Miserables, The King and I, and Neil Simon's Lost in Yonkers. He then ventured into film and television, working opposite the likes of Bob Hoskins, Michael Caine, Jeremy Irons and the rock group, Queen, playing Freddie Mercury in their MTV video, The Miracle. After many years with the BBC on various productions, he landed the role of Liebgott in Band of Brothers for HBO. This led to him coming to the US to work once more with Tom Hanks in the Robert Zemekis film, The Polar Express. He began to star in various American TV shows allowing him to move to the US full time. After starring alongside Dennis Hooper in Paul Haggis and Glen Mazzara's Crash, McCall went on to play the lead in many award winning films and television series including White Collar, In Embryo, AutoMotive and Castle. He returned to the UK to shoot the Golden Globe winning Luther and the worldwide hit, 24. He resides in Los Angeles.
|24: Live Another Day||Ron Clark||2014-05-05|
|Crash||Kenny Battaglia 26 episodes, 2008-2009||2008-10-17|
|Band of Brothers||Joseph D. Liebgott 9 episodes, 2001||2001-09-09|
|The Brittas Empire||Unknown||1991-01-03|