J. Mallory McCree is an actor, known for his roles in Homeland (2017), From Nowhere (2016) and Code Black (2015).
J. Mallory McCree, a native of Detroit, Michigan, has been paving his way into the film indutry. After attending Rutgers University and earning a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, McCree moved to New York. Right out of school he booked roles in New York's premiere off-broadway houses such as Signature Theatre and Playwright's Horizons. Soon after, McCree would make his Broadway debut in the all black revival of, A Streetcar Named Desire. Acquiring a strong background in theatre, McCree has broken through to film and television. He guest starred on shows such as Law & Order, Blue Bloods, Code Black and Homeland as well as appearing in films such as Cloned, No One Asked Me and From Nowehere.