The brother of actress Mary McCormack, Will McCormack made his film debut playing opposite his sister in the 1997 indie comedy "Colin Fitz Lives!." A recurring role as the son of Lorraine Bracco's Dr. Melfi on "The Sopranos" followed, and he subsequently focused mainly on TV work. Recurring parts in the Courteney Cox tabloid comedy "Dirt," the family drama "Brothers and Sisters," and his sister Mary's own crime series, "In Plain Sight," are among his most high-profile jobs. After "In Plain Sight" ended in 2012, he made a rare movie appearance with a small part in the romantic comedy "Celeste and Jesse Forever," starring Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg.
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Film acting debut in "Colin Fitz" alongside sister Mary
Had featured role in the independent film "Harvest/Cash Crop"
Played recurring role in episodes of the acclaimed HBO series "The Sopranos"
Offered a memorable turn as a casino patron in "Boiler Room"
Breakthrough feature role as Bob Younger in "American Outlaws"
Cast as August in the drama feature "Abandon"