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James MacPherson

James MacPherson

James MacPherson is an actor, producer, editor, writer, and director.

In 2009, he played Mike in Showtime's series DEXTER.


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His film credits include roles in Famous and Fatal (2018); House of Deadly Secrets (2018); Hold On (2017); Empire of the Heart (2017); Dirty (2016); KOPP Chapter 2 (2014); Tainted Rose (2014); Undying Dreams (2014); Phase Two (2013); Alien Rising (2013); Huff (2013); Tribunal (2010); The Deadlines (2010); Behaving Badly (2009); The Telling (2009 Video); Hollywood Confidential (2008); Naked Beneath the Water (2006); Coast (2003 Video); Reasonable Doubt (2001, uncredited); Beneath Loch Ness (2001); The Pornographer (1999); Cause N' Defect (1998); Get a Job (1998); The Party Crashers (1998); Absolute Force (1997); Smart Money (1996); Dead Giveaway (1995); Professional Affair (1995 Video); and Dangerous Waters (1994).

TV Movies

His TV movies include When Seconds Count (2000) and Silk Hope (1999).


His shorts include Compass Rose (2017); Lost Souls (2011); The Death & Life of Eddy Betsco (2011); Jenny Got a Boob Job (2009); and The Waiter (1993).


His TV credits include appearances in The Young and the Restless; Murder Book (series documentary); General Hospital; Unusual Suspects; Look Who's Stalking; Outlaw Empires; Eagleheart; Days of Our Lives; Lucky Chance; Untold Stories of the ER (series documentary); Six Feet Under; Port Charles; Robbery Homicide Division; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; Arrest & Trial (series documentary); Erotic Confessions; U.S. Customs Classified; Behind Bars; Swamp Thing (uncredited); and Super Force.

Early Life and Family[]

MacPherson was born James Bibeau in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His father is a Korean War veteran and he has 4 siblings. MacPherson also has five nieces and nephews, and eight great-nieces/nephews.

James lived his early years in Cambridge, Massachusetts, then his family moved to Wilmington, Massachusetts. He graduated from Wilmington High School, where he excelled in sports such as football and wrestling, and went to the state championship for football. After he first bought a house near Kissimee, Florida, he moved to Hollywood to advance his acting career, and enrolled in The William Alderson Studio.