Bruce MacVittie, a theater, television, died at the age of 65. He was well-known for his roles inThe Sopranos, the Law & Order franchise, and died in a hospital, according to his wife, although she did not explain his cause of death.
When he was a graduate of Boston University, he moved to New York City. He appeared on Broadway in David Mamets American Buffalo, where he shared the stage with Al Pacino.
After playing Jack Jack on Barney Miller, MacVittie appeared in New York Undercover, Sex and the City, Oz, Now and Again, and100 Centre Street. In 2002, he appeared on several episodes ofThe Sopranosas juror Danny Scalercio.
While he had several television credits, MacVittie worked on numerous films throughout his decades-long career. The actor appeared inStonewall, Hi-Life, Hannibal, Million Dollar Baby, and Looking for Richardand more.
After taking a pause in his career, MacVittie appeared in Body of Proof, Person of Interest, andPan Am, before embarking on an acting hiatus between 2013 and 2018. After following his stint on Blue Bloods, Chicago Med, When They See Us, and SVU. His last role was in the CBS seriesBull, in which he played Ruben Ware.
MacVittie is survived by his wife, Carol Ochs, and his daughter.