Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
McGrath made his film acting debut in a small role in "Ironweed" (1987) and then made his professional stage debut in the 1988 Off-Broadway play "Dalton's Back" at the Circle Repertory Company (CRC). He dropped out of college to concentrate on his burgeoning career which included a co-starring role in the CRC production "Amulets Against the Dragon Forces" (1989) and roles in the busted pilot "Appearances" (NBC, 1990) and "Pump Up the Volume" (1990).
McGrath earned praise for his 1991 stage turns as a troubled teen in "Life During Wartime" and an AIDS-stricken young man in "The Old Boy". He made his Broadway debut opposite Jessica Lange as the young collector who shares a scene with Blanch... Continue Bio >>
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