Anthony Mackie Height Weight Age And Body Statistics Biography

Anthony Mackie is an eminent American actor. He has appeared in a number of Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, such as ‘Talk’, ‘Black Bottom’, ‘McReele’, ‘Drowning Crow’ and ‘A Soldier’s Play’. After making his big screen debut in ‘8 Mile’, he appeared in several other movies. Mackie is best recognized for acting in the films ‘Brother to Brother’, ‘She Hate Me’, ‘We Are Marshall’, ‘The Hurt Locker’, ‘Night Catches Us’, ‘The Adjustment Bureau’, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and ‘Captain America: Civil War’. The American actor has also so-starred in the HBO television movie ‘All the Way’, appearing opposite Bryan Cranston who was portraying his Tony Award-winning role as Lyndon B. Johnson. The movie had been adapted from the play of the same name. Coming to Mackie’s awards and honours, he has won several awards till date. He won an OBIE Award for his performance in the play ‘Talk.’ He received the ‘Black Reel Award’ for the ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for ‘The Hurt Locker.’ He also won the ‘Black Reel Award’ for the ‘Best Actor’ for his role in ‘Night Catches Us.’ Besides these, Mackie has earned multiple nominations for several awards like Gotham Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, NAACP Image Awards and many others.

Early life

Mackie was born on September 23, 1978, in New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of Martha (née Gordon) and Willie Mackie Sr., a carpenter who owned a roofing business, Mackie Roofing. His brother, Calvin Mackie, is a former associate professor of engineering at Tulane University who now works at the Louisiana Recovery Authority. Mackie attended Warren Easton Sr High School and the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and graduated from the high school drama program at the North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA) in 1997. He later graduated from the Juilliard School’s Drama Division as a member of Group 30 (1997–2001), which also included actors Tracie Thoms and Lee Pace.

Personal life

In 2014, Mackie married his long-time girlfriend and childhood sweetheart Sheletta Chapital. They divorced in 2018. The couple has four children together.

Mackie opened a bar called NoBar in Bed-StuyBrooklyn in the summer of 2011. He had plans to open a second NoBar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2013, but closed all NoBar locations in 2015.

In November 2013, Mackie was arrested for driving while intoxicated after he was initially stopped by police for having tinted windows, which is illegal in New York. He was pulled over at 1:22 a.m., officers noticed an odor of alcohol and observed that Mackie had bloodshot eyes, He was fined $300, ordered to complete a drunk driving program and was banned from the road for 90 days in New York state for the violation.

Anthony Mackie Height Weight Age And Body Statistics Biography

Anthony Mackie Biodata and Biography
NameAnthony Dwane Mackie
Date Of Birth23 September 1978
Age44Years (as in 2023)
Profession / OccupationActor (American, English)
Mother TongueEnglish
ReligionNot Known
Zodiac SignLibra
Height / Weight5′ 10” / 79kg
First Movie8 Mile (2002)
First DebutActor: 8 Mile (2002)Producer: The Banker (2020)
TV Actor: As If (2002)
Money FactorNet Worth: $8 million

Anthony Mackie Family and Relatives
FatherWillie Mackie, Sr. (Carpenter)
MotherMartha Mackie
BrothersCalvin Mackie, Willie Mackie, Jr.
SistersMaryane Holland, Linda Nellie
Marital StatusMarried
WifeSheletta Chapital (m. 2014; div. 2018)
Sons4 Children
Girlfriends/ AffairsNot Known
Anthony Mackie Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Height in Centimetres178 cm
Height in Meters1.78 m
Height in Feet Inches5′ 10”
Body Measurement44-34-15
Chest Size44 inches
Waist Size34 inches
Biceps Size15 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Anthony Mackie Favorites
Favorite ColourRed
Favorite ActorNot Known
Favorite ActressNot Known
Favorite FoodNon-Vegertarian
HobbiesReading, Acting, Travelling
Favorite DirectorNot Known
Favorite DestinationNot Known
Favorite Car CollectionsNot Known
Sexual OrientationStraight
Anthony Mackie Education School and Colleges
Education QualificationGraduate
SchoolWarren Easton Sr High School
New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA)
College / UniversityJuilliard School’s
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA)
OthersNot Known
Anthony Mackie Residence and Contact Address
Birth PlaceNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Home TownNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Present ResidenceNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA
House AddressNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Phone No / Mobile NoNot Known
Email IDNot Known
WebsiteNot Known
Anthony Mackie Awards, Honours, Achievements
Oscar AwardNot Known
Golden Globe AwardNot Known
IIFA AwardsNot Known
Screen AwardsNot Known
Anthony Mackie Social Media


In 2002, Mackie worked as an understudy to Don Cheadle in Suzan-Lori Parks‘ play Topdog/Underdog and won an OBIE Award for his role in Carl Hancock Rux‘s play Talk. He appeared in the 2002 film 8 Mile as the main antagonist, Papa Doc. His first starring role in a feature film was the 2003 independent film Brother to Brother, where he played Perry, a young artist who struggles to adjust to the world as a gay black man. The following year, Mackie appeared in Million Dollar Baby, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and starred in Spike Lee‘s She Hate Me. In 2006, Mackie starred in Half NelsonCrossover, and We Are Marshall.

In March 2008, Mackie starred in three plays by playwright August Wilson at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC: Ma Rainey’s Black BottomFences, and Jitney – all part of “August Wilson’s 20th Century”, a month-long presentation of ten staged readings of Wilson’s “Century Cycle”. Mackie has participated several times in the “24-Hour Plays” held in New York City each fall.[15] In mid-2009, he played the role of Pentheus in the New York City Public Theater‘s Shakespeare in the Park production of The Bacchae. He starred with Christopher Walken in A Behanding in Spokane on Broadway in February 2010.

Mackie portrayed late American rapper Tupac Shakur in the 2009 film Notorious. He had previously portrayed Shakur in the play Up Against the Wind in 2001, while attending Juilliard. In 2009, he appeared in The Hurt Locker. Mackie also narrated The Best That Never Was, a documentary about football player Marcus Dupree. He appeared in the 2011 film The Adjustment Bureau as Harry Mitchell, a sympathetic member of a shadowy supernatural group that controls human destiny. Mackie co-starred, as Sam Wilson / Falcon, in the Marvel Studios sequel Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). He reprised the role in multiple Marvel Cinematic Universe films over the next several years, including 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron[20] and Ant-Man, 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, and 2019’s Avengers: Endgame.

In 2016, Mackie portrayed Martin Luther King Jr. in the HBO TV drama All the Way. In 2018, Mackie appeared as gang leader King in The Hate U Give, a film adaptation of the bestselling novel of the same name. In 2019, Mackie had a role in the Netflix science-fiction film, IO.

In July 2018, it was announced that Mackie was cast in the role of Takeshi Kovacs for the second season of Netflix’s science-fiction series, Altered Carbon. In March 2019, it was announced that Mackie was cast in the fifth season of Netflix’s science-fiction anthology series, Black Mirror. The following month, Disney confirmed a Marvel television series starring Mackie and Sebastian Stan, called The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, would be aired on their upcoming Disney+ streaming service, debuting on March 19, 2021. Mackie starred in and produced the science fiction film Outside the Wire which was released by Netflix on January 15, 2021. In August 2021, Mackie closed the deal to reprise the role in Captain America 4.

In January 2022, it was announced that Mackie will helm the drama film Spark, starring Saniyya Sidney, as his directorial debut project. In February 2022, he was set to lead action film Ending Things along with Priyanka Chopra Jonas, directed by Kevin Sullivan and star in a live-action series adaptation of the game Twisted Metal at Peacock. In 2022, it was announced Mackie would be attached to a film based on the 1956 Sugar Bowl which feature’s his brother’s Alma mater Georgia Tech.



20028 MilePapa Doc / Clarence
2003CrossingCassShort film
Hollywood HomicideKiller “Joker”
2004Brother to BrotherPerry
The Manchurian CandidatePFC Robert Baker
She Hate MeJohn Henry “Jack” Armstrong
Million Dollar BabyShawrelle Berry
2005The ManBooty
2006FreedomlandBilly Williams
Half NelsonFrank
Heavens FallWilliam Lee
We Are MarshallNate Ruffin
2007Ascension DayNathaniel “Nat” Turner
2008Eagle EyeMajor William Bowman
2009The Hurt LockerSergeant J. T. Sanborn
American VioletEddie Porter
NotoriousTupac Shakur
Desert FlowerHarold Jackson
2010Night Catches UsMarcus Washington
2011The Adjustment BureauHarry Mitchell
10 YearsAndre Irine
What’s Your Number?Tom Piper
Real SteelFinn
2012Man on a LedgeMike Ackerman
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire HunterWill Johnson
2013Gangster SquadColeman Harris
RepentanceTommy Carter
Pain & GainAdrian Doorbal
The Fifth EstateSam Coulson
Runner RunnerAgent Eric Shavers
The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & PeteKris
2014Captain America: The Winter SoldierSam Wilson / Falcon
Black or WhiteJeremiah Jeffers
Playing It CoolBryan
2015Avengers: Age of UltronSam Wilson / Falcon
Our Brand Is CrisisBen
Love the CoopersOfficer Percy Williams
The Night BeforeChris Roberts
2016Triple 9Marcus Belmont
Captain America: Civil WarSam Wilson / Falcon
2017DetroitKarl Greene
2018Avengers: Infinity WarSam Wilson / Falcon
The Hate U GiveKing
2019IoMicahAlso executive producer
Miss BalaJimmy
Avengers: EndgameSam Wilson / Falcon
Point BlankPaul Booker
SynchronicSteve Denube
SebergHakim Jamal
2020The BankerBernard GarrettAlso producer
2021Outside the WireCaptain Leo
The Woman in the WindowEdward “Ed” Fox
2023We Have a GhostCompleted
If You Were The LastCompleted
Desert WarriorPost-production
2024The Electric State(voice)Filming


2002As IfBar PatronEpisode: “Seven”; uncredited
2003Law & Order: Criminal IntentCarl HinesEpisode: “Pravda”
2004Sucker Free CityK-Luv (Keith)TV movie
201030 for 30NarratorEpisode: “The Best That Never Was”
2016All the WayMartin Luther King Jr.TV movie
2018AnimalsReceipt (voice)2 episodes
2019Black MirrorDanny ParkerEpisode: “Striking Vipers
2020Altered CarbonTakeshi Kovacs8 episodes
2021The Falcon and the Winter SoldierSam Wilson / Falcon / Captain AmericaMain role
Marvel Studios: AssembledHimselfDocumentary; Episode: “Assembled: The Making of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
SolosTomEpisode: “Tom”
2021 ESPY AwardsHimself/HostAward show
TBATwisted MetalJohn DoeMain role, upcoming series

Video games

YearTitleVoice roleNotes
2018NBA 2K19Big TunneyAlso motion capture

Theme park attractions

2022Avengers: Quantum EncounterSam Wilson / Captain AmericaDisney Wish


2001Up Against the WindTupac Shakur
2003Ma Rainey’s Black BottomSylvester, understudy LeveeBroadway debut
2004Drowning CrowConstantine Trip
2005McReeleDarius McReele
2005A Soldier’s PlayPrivate First Class Melvin Peterson
2009The BacchaePentheus
2010A Behanding in SpokaneToby

Awards and nominations

Independent Spirit Awards2004Brother to BrotherBest Debut PerformanceNominated
Gotham Independent Film AwardsBreakthrough ActorNominated
Black Reel AwardsShe Hate MeBest Breakthrough PerformanceNominated
2006Sucker Free CityOutstanding Actor in a TV Movie or Limited SeriesNominated
Independent Spirit Awards2009The Hurt LockerBest Supporting ActorNominated
Alliance of Women Film Journalists AwardsBest Ensemble CastWon
Gotham Independent Film AwardBest Ensemble CastWon
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics AssociationBest EnsembleWon
Online Film Critics Society AwardBest Supporting ActorNominated
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureNominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics AssociationBest Supporting ActorNominated
AAFCA AwardsBest Supporting ActorWon
Black Reel Awards2010Best Supporting ActorWon
NAACP Image AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion PictureNominated
Black Reel AwardsNight Catches UsBest ActorWon
Outstanding EnsembleNominated
NAACP Image Award2011Outstanding Actor in a Motion PictureNominated
Black Reel Awards2012The Adjustment BureauBest Supporting ActorNominated
NAACP Image AwardsOutstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion PictureNominated
Saturn Awards2014Captain America: The Winter SoldierBest Supporting ActorNominated
Teen Choice AwardsChoice Movie Scene StealerNominated
MTV Movie Awards2015Avengers: Age of UltronEnsemble CastNominated
Teen Choice Awards2016Captain America: Civil WarChoice Movie: Chemistry (shared with Sebastian StanChris EvansElizabeth Olsen, and Jeremy Renner)Nominated
Kids’ Choice Awards#SQUAD (shared with cast)Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards2021The Falcon and the Winter SoldierBest HeroWon
Best Duo (shared with Sebastian Stan)Won
Saturn Awards2022Saturn Award for Best Actor in a Streaming Television SeriesNominated


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