PROUD MEMBER OF:
Actor’s Equity Association (AEA)
Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG)
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA)
For Malcolm's Theatrical Resume
Malcolm is a Vietnam veteran who served with the Navy Hospital Corps in that country. He is married to former actress and agent Amy Sunshine.
Malcolm has been a regular on the Chicago theatrical scene since 1978, performing on stage, TV, film, voiceover and narration, and, for the past 13 years, portraying Harry Caray at corporate and private events.
He plays the role of Judge Adrian Barnes (image above) in Canamac Productions’ “Defamation—The Play”, an interactive courtroom drama.
Most recently, he appeared in Actor Ensemble Theater’s production of Daniel Margulies’ “Brooklyn Boy”.
Malcolm is perhaps best known for his portrayal of Mr. Mushnik in Chicago’s first production of “Little Shop of Horrors” which opened the Royal George Theater in 1986.
Other stage credits include performances with:
National Jewish Theater
Marriott’s Lincolnshire Theater
New American Theater
Steppenwolf Theater Co.
Many others throughout the Midwest and the Nation
On TV and Film Malcolm has been seen in “EZ Streets”, “Early Edition”, and “The Untouchables”.
He was the late Harry Caray’s dance double in the “Cub Fan, Bud Man” spots and continues to impersonate Harry at events throughout the Chicago area.