|Who is it?
|Actor, Producer, Director
|January 05, 1969
|Paisley, Scotland, United Kingdom
|Paul McGillion age
|54 YEARS OLD
Paul McGillion, a renowned actor, producer, and director from the United Kingdom, is projected to have a net worth of $8 million by 2024. With his exceptional talent and dedication to the craft, McGillion has garnered substantial wealth throughout his successful career. Known for his notable roles in various critically acclaimed films and television shows, he has managed to establish a strong presence in the entertainment industry. McGillion's diverse portfolio and versatile skills as an actor, producer, and director have undoubtedly contributed to his wealth and earned him a well-deserved reputation in the industry.
McGillion taught scene study at the Vancouver Film School in 1998 and 1999. McGillion played young Ernest Littlefield in Stargate SG-1's first season, in the episode "The Torment of Tantalus", the first Tau'ri to have passed through the Stargate after its burial. In 2004, McGillion was cast in the science fiction series Stargate Atlantis as the Scottish medical Doctor, Carson Beckett. He was initially cast as a recurring guest, but his character appeared so frequently in the show's first season, he was promoted to main character for seasons two and three. Dr. Beckett went back to a recurring character for seasons four and five, where he appears as the clone of the now-deceased Beckett.
McGillion has appeared in films, The Traveler with Val Kilmer, Confined with Emma Caulfield, and The Deal with Christian Slater. And has starred in the 2003 multi-award winning film See Grace Fly. He stars in the short film A Fine Young Man, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to rave reviews and won the Leo Awards for Best Short Film and Lead Actor for McGillion.
McGillion expressed great interest in auditioning for the role of Montgomery Scott in the 2009 eleventh Star Trek film. “I grew up watching Star Trek and Scotty was my favourite character. It would be a great honour to follow in James Doohan’s footsteps," McGillion said. He had the endorsement of Chris Doohan, the son of original Scotty actor James Doohan, to play the role of Scotty in the film. Though the part ultimately went to Simon Pegg, McGillion still appeared in the film in a different role.