William H. Macy started his acting career starring in fellow student David Mamet’s plays at Goddard College. After graduating, he moved to Chicago and co-founded the St. Nicholas Theater Company with Mamet and other actors. In 1979 he moved to New York where he stared in several Broadway productions. In 1996 he got his big break in the movie Fargo. Alongside acting and directing for the stage, he has become an established movie actor starring in movies including Magnolia and Wild Hogs.