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  • (1997) TV commercial for Levi's Easy Fit Jeans.
  • (1997) TV commercial for Gap Jeans.
  • (1999) Cameo appearance in the music video for Smash Mouth's single "All Star", directed by McG.
  • (2000) He is a favorite casting choice of the critically praised playwright David Mamet. In 2000, Macy appeared in a production of Mamet's "American Buffalo" (alongside Philip Baker Hall, his co-star in Boogie Nights (1997) and Magnolia (1999)).
  • Was one of Mamet's Goddard (Vt.) College students who followed him to Chicago and in 1973-74 founded the St. Nicholas Theatre Co., where Macy acted in the world premiere of Mamet's "Squirrels" and, in a transfer there from Goodman Theatre's Stage 2 series, "American Buffalo."
  • (1984) TV commercial for Cling Free.
  • (2003) Public Service Announcement (PSA) TV commercial for Disabilities.
  • (2003) TV commercials for Microsoft.
  • (2006) TV commercial for Smith Barney (voiceover).
  • (2006) The voice of the narrator on the PBS Kids show Curious George (voiceover).
  • (November 23, 1975) Played the character of Bobby in the original production of the David Mamet play American Buffalo, at the Goodman Theater, Stage Two, in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1976) He acted in David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo," at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois, with J.J. Johnston.
  • (1976) He acted in the play, "Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1977) He acted in the play, "The Collected Works of Billy the Kid," at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.
  • (1979) He acted in the play, "Holiday," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Colin Stinton. Joseph C. Nieminski was scenic designer.
  • (October 2008) Portrayed Bobby Gould in "Speed-the-Plow", written by David Mamet, on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theater, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.
  • (1981) Portrayed Hildy in the classic Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur play about 1920s Chicago journalism, "The Front Page." Michael Maggio directed for Chicago's Goodman Theatre. Also in the cast: Colin Stinton as Walter Burns, Gary Houston as McCue, Rob Riley as Kruger, Jerry Tullos as Bensinger, Jack Wallace as Murphy, Bonnie Sue Arp as Mollie Malloy, Barbara E. Robertson as Peggy, John Mohrlein as Earl Williams, Dennis Kennedy as Woodenshoes, William Munchow as Sheriff Peter "Pinky" Hartman, Robert Thompson as the Mayor, David Chadderon as Pincus and Kathryn Joosten as Jenny the cleaning lady.
  • (1986) TV commercial for Brick Church.
  • (2001) Print ads, with spouse Felicity Huffman, for the whymilk.com "milk mustache" awareness campaign,
  • (2013) TV commercial for Silk Almondmilk Vanilla as the animated Almond Man character (voiceover).
  • (2000) He acted in David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo," in an Atlantic Theatre Company production at the Donmar Theatre in London, England with Philip Baker Hall, and Mark Webber in the cast, with direction by Neil Pepe.
  • (2015) TV commercial for Turbo Tax's 2015 individual tax preparation software program (voiceover).
  • (February 14, 1975) He played Andrew Mayo in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Beyond the Horizon," at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois with Byrne Piven (James Mayo); Penelope Court (Kate Mayo); Matthew Elkin (Robert Mayo); Mary Frances Farrell (Ruth); Gibson Glass (Capt. Dick Scott); David Mamet (Dr. Fawcett) and David Wirth (Ben) in the cast. David Mamet was also director.
  • (October 25, 1975) He played Bobby in David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo," at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with J.J. Johnston (Donny Dubrow) and Bernard Erhard (Walter "Teacher" Cole) in the cast. Gregory Mosher was director.

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