Dermot Mulroney young
October 31, 1963
5 ft 9.5 in | 176.5 cm
70 kg | 154.5 lbs
10 US | 43 EU
Dermot Mulroney was born in Alexandria, Virginia, U.S., on October 31, 1963, is an American actor.
Young Dermot Mulroney was discovered while he studied film and television production at Northwestern University, by talent agent Barbara Gale from William Morris Agency.
He got his television debut in CBS drama film Sin of Innocence (1986) in role as Tim McGary.
He made his big screen debut in mystery action film Sunset (1988) in role as Michael Alperin.
Dermot's breakthrough performance came as "Dirty Steve" Stephens in western film Young Guns (1988).
Hard Luck Love Song (2020) drama in role as Rollo, with Sophia Bush and Eric Roberts
The Courier (2019) thriller in role as Special Agent Roberts, opposite Gary Oldman and Olga Kurylenko
Samantha (1991) comedy in role as Henry
Where the Day Takes You (1991) drama in role as King
My Best Friend's Wedding (1997) romantic comedy with Julia Roberts, Cameron Diaz and Rupert Everett
Stoker (2013) psychological thriller drama opposite Mia Wasikowska and Nicole Kidman
The Grey (2012) thriller drama with Liam Neeson and Frank Grillo
Living in Oblivion (1995) dark comedy opposite Steve Buscemi, Catherine Keener and Peter Dinklage
About Schmidt (2002) comedy drama with Jack Nicholson and Kathy Bates
Copycat (1995) psychological thriller opposite Holly Hunter and Sigourney Weaver
Point of No Return (1993) action thriller with Bridget Fonda and Gabriel Byrne
August: Osage County (2013) comedy drama opposite Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Benedict Cumberbatch
The Family Stone (2005) comedy drama with Rachel McAdams, Sarah Jessica Parker and Diane Keaton
Career Opportunities (1991) romantic comedy opposite Jennifer Connelly and Frank Whaley
Kansas City (1996) drama thriller with Steve Buscemi, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Harry Belafonte
The Thing Called Love (1993) drama romance opposite Sandra Bullock and River Phoenix
J. Edgar (2011) biographical drama with Leonardo DiCaprio and Naomi Watts
The Trigger Effect (1996) thriller opposite Elisabeth Shue and Kyle MacLachlan
Must Love Dogs (2005) romantic comedy with Diane Lane, John Cusack and Christopher Plummer
Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) supernatural horror in role as Sean Brenner
Goodbye Lover (1998) neo-noir comedy opposite Patricia Arquette and Don Johnson
Big Miracle (2012) drama romance with Drew Barrymore, Kristen Bell and Ted Danson
Jobs (2013) biographical drama with Ashton Kutcher
The Heart of Justice (1992) thriller drama opposite Jennifer Connelly, Dennis Hopper and Vincent Price
The Last Outlaw (1993) western with Mickey Rourke and Steve Buscemi
I Still See You (2018) supernatural mystery thriller opposite Bella Thorne
Sleepless (2017) crime thriller with Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan and Gabrielle Union
Friends (2003) NBC sitcom in role as Gavin Mitchell
He had a recurring role as Russell Schiller in sitcom New Girl (2012–2018).
Enlightened (2013) HBO comedy drama television series in role as Jeff Flender
Crisis (2014) NBC drama series in role as Francis Gibson
Shameless (2015-2017) Showtime comedy drama television series in role as Sean Pierce
Mozart in the Jungle (2015) Amazon Video comedy drama web series in role as Andrew Walsh
Pure Genius (2016-2017) CBS medical drama series in role as Dr. Walter Wallace
American Horror Story: Cult (2017) FX horror anthology series in role as Bob Thompson
LA to Vegas (2018) Fox sitcom in role as Captain Steve Jasser
Homecoming (2018) Prime Video psychological thriller web series in role as Anthony
Station 19 (2018) ABC action drama series in role as Greg Tanner
The Righteous Gemstones (2019) HBO comedy series in role as Johnny Seasons
Four Weddings and a Funeral (2019) Hulu romantic comedy web miniseries in role as Bryce Dylan
Messiah (2020) Netflix thriller series in role as President Young
That One Time (2020) ABC fantasy adventure drama series in role as Paul Crest
Prodigal Son (2020) Fox crime drama series in role as Nicholas Endicott
Attended Matthew Maury Elementary School and George Washington High School.
Graduated from T. C. Williams High School (1981) in Alexandria, Virginia.
Graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, in 1985.
Has brothers Conor, Sean and Kieran and sister, Moira.
He is a classically trained cellist, began playing the cello at the age of 7.
He played cello, guitar and mandolin with the bands "Low & Sweet Orchestra" and "Cranky George".
He voiced Rod in animated comedy horror romance film Hair High (2004).
Lives in Los Angeles, California, United States.
He was married to actress Catherine Keener (1990-2007), they have a son.
He married producer Tharita Catulle in 2008, they have two daughters.
Even through my college years, I was trying out plays and shows, but I never really thought it made much sense to try to be an actor. I thought it was foolish, really.
I was a film student. I became an actor, but I thought I'd be pursuing filmmaking originally.
Every time I've made a plan in my Hollywood acting career, something else has happened, so I've gotten out of the habit of trying to predict the future.
What's fascinating about acting is that you put yourself in somebody else's mind or in their shoes.