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Stephen McHattie Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Feb 3, 1947
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Educated at Arcadia University and prepped for an acting career at AADA, Canadian-born Stephen McHattie billed himself as Stephen Smith during his earliest New York years. McHattie made his Broadway debut in 1968's The American Dream; two years later, he was seen in his first television production, The People Next Door. Though he has shown up in quite a few theatrical features ([[Feature~V4735~Belizaire the Cajun~belizairethecajun]], [[Feature~V5220~Beverly Hills Cop~beverlyhillscop]]), McHattie has most often been seen on TV, usually in such oddball roles as the grown-up protagonist in [[Feature~V127117~Look What's Happened to Rosemary's Baby~lookwhatshappenedtorosemarysbaby]] (1976). He was a regular on the weekly series [[Feature~V180125~Highcliffe Manor~panstvi]] (1979, as Reverend Glenville), Beauty and the Beast (1989, as the unspeakable Gabriel) and the "repertory company" Canadian anthology Scene of the Crime (1991); he also played two significant guest roles on the Fox Network's X Files. Stephen McHattie was married to actress [[Performer~P24454~Meg Foster~megfoster]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi