David McCallum was born in Scotland and came to America in 1961. His credits include over 30 books on tape and CD, and his portrayal of Illya Kuryakin in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., for which he received two Emmy Award nominations.
His many theatre productions include Amadeus, Communicating Doors, The Hunting of the Snark, Comedians, The Lion in Winter and Julius Caesar.
His many television appearances include Sapphire and Steel, Colditz, Trainer, The Education of Max Bickford, on CBS, VR5, Motherlove, Kidnapped, The Invisible Man, and episodes of The Outer Limits, Law & Order and Sex and the City.
His feature film credits include: The Greatest Story Ever Told, The Great Escape, Mosquito Squadron, Billy Budd, Freud and A Night to Remember. In the Disney animated series The Replacements, he is the voice of the very unconventional family car. McCallum lives with his wife, Katherine, an interior designer. They have a son and a daughter. He has two sons by a previous marriage and four grandchildren. His birth date is Sept. 19.