Charlie McDermott is a rising star on both the large and small screen. On the big screen he starred in United Artist’s Hot Tub Time Machine and alongside Laura Linney and writer/director Leland Orser in Morning.
McDermott was also seen in the critically praised Frozen River, earning a Spirit Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The recipient of the Sundance 2008 Jury Prize for Best Dramatic Film, the movie has also been honored by the Gotham Awards, Hamburg Film Festival, National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
McDermott began his career with M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village. Additional film credits include a supporting role in the Sundance favorite The Ten, alongside Jessica Alba, Adam Brody, Gretchen Mol, Oliver Platt, Paul Rudd, Winona Ryder and Live Schreiber; Summit Entertainment’s The Sex Drive; and the independent films All Along and Disappearances.
Television credits include The Office, as the disinterested student who ignores Michael Scott (Steve Carell), Private Practice, Parks and Recreation, PBS’ Emmy Award-winning Windy Acres, Medium and the Hallmark films Generation Gap and Safe Harbor.