Mostly Credited As: Laird MacIntosh
Birth Name: Laird MacIntosh Rattray
Date Of Birth: June 27, 1962 (Age 52)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Evanston, Illinois
Born in Evanston, Illinois, Laird Macintosh entered the entertainment industry at an early age. As a young boy, he moved to Los Angeles with his family, and was thrust into show business. At 25 years old, MacInstosh scored gigs working behind the camera lending a helping hand to a variety of films. Before host and actor were added to his resume, MacIntosh ensured he was the best he could be and received training at the Third Street Theatre in Los Angeles from late actress Susan Peretz. He has starred in both movies and television, including hits like “Saving Private Ryan,” “Alexander,” “NCIS,” “Nurse Betty,” “Band of Brothers” and “CSI:NY.” In addition to acting, MacIntosh has dabbled in comedy. He’s been spotted, on several occasions, on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” where he’s played a variety of characters in comedy bits. That’s not all MacIntosh has accomplished, as he also hosted NBC’s 2006 short-lived reality competition titled “Treasure Hunters.” If that’s not enough, he’s also considered an award-winning magician and a print model. Regarding his personal life, he was married to Melanie Shepherd for six years; they divorced in 2009.