Anthony Mackie is an American actor better known for his recent role as Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He has been in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) and Captain America: Civil War (2016). He also had an important role as a Sergeant in the Iraq War in The Hurt Locker (2008), which awarded him four awards and a number of nominations. His first credited part was as a rival to Eminem’s character in 8 Mile (2002). Since then, besides feature movies, Anthony has also taken part in different television series as well as Broadway and Off-Broadway plays.
Anthony hasn’t been vocal about his religious beliefs. It seems that he most likely isn’t religious. If you can find something about his religion please comment below!
Anthony enjoys spending his time in his own bar. He also loves woodworking and has been quoted as saying “Every time I get mad, I grab my hammer and make a bookshelf or something.”
He hasn’t publicly declared himself as a Democrat or a Republican, but has commented about his political views on a few issues. Mackie’s talked about how he sees the elections as very cyclical events, mentioning how in the past 50 years the candidates have discussed the same issues, from free health care to racial relations. n October 2015, the actor said during an interview he endorsed Trump’s campaign. Later, because of backlash from the apparent endorsement, he clarified he was merely making a joke, “Sorry Donald, that wasn’t an endorsement. Just a bad attempt at a joke, I guess?”
Mackie married Sheletta Chapital in December 2014, who he had known since they were seven years old. They currently have three kids together.
As mentioned, the actor has opened his own bar named NoBar in Brooklyn (NY) in 2011, and has had plans to expand his franchise.
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