Malcolm’s film debut was in Paramount Pictures, “The Lords of Discipline”, where he played the dramatic role of Poteete. Danare’s next film for Paramount was the Iconic, “Flashdance”.

Malcolm went on to star and co-star in a diverse collection of films, such as Mel Brooks’ “Robin Hood: Men in Tights”, Walter Hill’s “Crossroads”, Amy Heckerling’s “European Vacation”, Michael Dinner’s, “Heaven Help Us” (aka “Catholic Boys”) Bob Clark and Mark Herrier’s “Popcorn” and John Carpenter’s horror classic “Christine”. Malcolm also co-starred in Columbia Picture’s “Godzilla” and its animated series follow-up.

2004 to 2006, Malcolm recurred in the hit CBS series CSI Miami, playing the villain, Ned Ostroff.

2014-Present Malcolm co-starred in “American Justice”, a crime drama, “Smothered” a horror farce, and “The Big Shot” a wacky comedy.

Danare recently co-produced two films set to be released in 2016. “The Summerland Project.” A science fiction set in the future. Starring Ed Begley Jr., Kate Vernon and Eddie Jemison, and “The Taker,” a contemporary horror film.

As a voice over actor, Malcolm currently plays the character of Kipling, in the hit cartoon series, “Monster High”, he is also the voice of Tiny, in the cartoon, “Ever After High” for Nickelodeon.

In post production….“The Taker” along with Jon Kassir and R.A. Mihailoff