Johnathan McClain currently can be seen on the new CBS drama SEAL Team. Previously, he played a recurring role on AMC's critically acclaimed drama Mad Men, and was the lead of the TV Land comedy series Retired at 35, starring alongside George Segal and Jessica Walter. He has also had series regular roles on The Bad Girl's Guide, starring Jenny McCarthy, and Jessica Simpson's sitcom pilot for ABC. His additional television work includes a recurring role on 24, and guest appearances on NCIS: Los Angeles, Trial and Error, The Exorcist, Major Crimes, The Glades, Scoundrels, Medium, CSI, Law & Order: SVU, Without a Trace, CSI: Miami, and Happy Family. On film, he appeared in the Academy Award–nominated Far from Heaven and several independent features.
Johnathan feels privileged to have lived for many years in New York, and his work there includes appearing Off-Broadway in the original cast of Jonathan Tolins's The Last Sunday in June at The Century Center, as well as at Lincoln Center Theatre and with the Lincoln Center Director's Lab. Around the country, he has been seen on stage at South Coast Repertory, The American Conservatory Theatre, Florida Stage, Paper Mill Playhouse, and the National Jewish Theatre. His Los Angeles stage credits include the Los Angeles Times Critic's Choice production of The Glass Menagerie at The Colony Theatre, for which Johnathan received a Garland Award for his portrayal of Jim O'Connor.
Johnathan is an experienced voice-over artist who has narrated nearly 100 audiobooks to date. His favorites include the Audie Award–winning Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff and The Last Days of Night, by Academy Award–winning screenwriter Graham Moore.
Additionally, as a writer, Johnathan has created several television pilots, two feature film
scripts, and is presently at work on a novel series with New York Times bestselling author JA Huss. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Laura.