Born Sept. 19 in Glasgow, Scotland, David McCallum has enjoyed an extensive career on both sides of the Atlantic and is best known to the American audience as Illya Kuryakin in "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."
His long list of television credits includes guest starring on the series "Murder, She Wrote," "seaQuest DSV," "Matlock," and "The Father Dowling Mysteries" and in the movies "Shattered Image," "Behind Enemy Lines," and "Hauser's Memory."
In feature films, he most recently appeared in "Hear My Song" and "Dirty Weekend." His theater credits include playing Lewis Carrol in "The Hunting of the Shark" at the Prince Edward Theatre in London and King Henry II on a tour of the United Kingdom in "The Lion in Winter."
McCallum lives in New York with his wife, Katherine. He has four children: Paul, Val, Peter, and Sophie.