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Mark Metcalf


Miami Vice Character
March 11, 1946, Findlay, Ohio
Elizabeth Wick (1989-2005, divorced), one child

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Mark Howes Metcalf (born March 11, 1946, Findlay, Ohio) is an American actor, best known for his role as Douglas C. Neidermeyer, college student in the movie National Lampoon's Animal House (with Bruce McGill). He appeared as DEA Agent Brody, a rogue agent helping Chilean Nationalist Ernesto Guerrero export arms in the episode "Baseballs of Death" of the series Miami Vice.


Metcalf's other roles include the movies Julia (with John Glover), Chilly Scenes of Winter (with John Heard), The Heavenly Kid (with Harold Bergman and Will Knickerbocker), One Crazy Summer (with John Matuszak), Oscar (with Martin Ferrero), The Million Dollar Kid, Operation Belvis Bash and We Will Rock You (both with Frank Stallone), and A Futile and Stupid Gesture.

Metcalf's TV appearances began in the series Karen, followed by roles in Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law (with Jimmy Smits), Seinfeld (with Michael Richards), Teen Angel, JAG, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and Mad Men. Metcalf also appeared in his "Douglas C. Neidermeyer" persona in two music videos ("We're Not Gonna Take It" and "I Wanna Rock") for the band Twisted Sister.

Personal Life

Metcalf married Elizabeth "Libby" Wick from 1989 until their 2005 divorce, they have one son, Julius. Metcalf was also linked to actresses Glenn Close and Carrie Fisher in the 1980s.