McG is an executive producer of Chuck, with Josh Schwartz.
He directed "Chuck Versus the Intersect".
Joseph "McG" McGinty Nichol, sometimes called Joseph "McG" McGinty Nichol, but better known simply as McG, was born on 30th November, 1968 in Kalamazoo (Michigan), is an an American film producer and director. He has a psychology degree from UC Irvine. He started his working life as a still photographer in the music business, shooting local bands and musicians with whom he was friendly. Over a period of short time, this led him to direct music videos.
In 2016, he began as executive producer for the TV version of Lethal Weapon.
Some of the quotes of McG reveal his mindset
- 2009: Director of "Terminator Salvation"
- 2006: Helmed "We Are Marshall," - a film about a 1970 plane crash killing most of the Marshall University football team,
- 2003: Director of the sequel, "Charlie's Angel: Full Throttle"
- 2003-07: Executive producer of the Fox drama, "The O.C",
- 2002: Director of the pilot for the Fox cop series "Fast Lane"; was also an executive producers,
- 2000: Directorial debut with "Charlie's Angels" which was an updated take on the popular 1970s TV show starring Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu,
- 1999: Director of khaki-wearing line dancers to the tune of Dwight Yoakam's cover of the Queen hit "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"; also won honors at the London International Film Festival,
- 1997: Helmed the Korn longform home video named "Who Then Now?",
- 1993: Established a record label and production company named G Recordings,
- Began career in the music business by shooting photos of friends' bands,
- Worked as a music video director, helming such high profile clips as Sugar Ray's "Fly" (which he also co-wrote) and Smash Mouth's "Walking on the Sun",
- Helmed commercials for Major League Baseball and Coca-Cola.