John C. McCloy
John C. McCloy
Name: John Chaddick McCloy
Status: Unknown
Role: Secondary villain
Age: 48
Date of birth: September 30, 1952
Birthplace: Manchester, England
Nationality: Flag of the United Kingdom British
Affiliation: Sean Ambrose
Biocyte Pharmaceuticals
Profession: Businessman, CEO of Biocyte
Played by: Brendan Gleeson
First appearance: Mission: Impossible II
Last appearance: Mission: Impossible II

John C. McCloy is the CEO of an Australian-based pharmaceuticals firm Biocyte.

Biography Edit

In 1989, John McCloy acquired Biocyte in a hostile takeover and, as of 1996, he became the CEO of the pharmaceutical firm Biocyte in Australia, with his entrepreneurial instincts occasionally overwhelming his financial acumen, causing him to overextend himself in his attempt to pay and trade the world with pharmaceutical market.

Mission: Impossible II Edit

At a horse racing event, Ambrose meets McCloy to purchase Chimera and its cure from him, but he doesn't manage to secure the deal.

In Sydney, Ethan Hunt and his team kidnapped McCloy to force him to give up Bellerophon and managed to get some vital infomation. However, they learn that the only samples of Bellerophon were taken by Nekhorvich, and now Ambrose had them. As a result, Ambrose forced McCloy to exchange a sample of the virus for a sample of Bellerophon.

Later, Ambrose forces McCloy to accept the money and almost seizes the virus when "Hugh" appears with "Ethan". McCloy witnesses Ambrose's killing of "Ethan", which is actually the real Hugh and Ambrose is horrified of what he has done to his best colleague.

McCloy's final fate is not revealed in the screen and remains a mystery.

Behind the Scenes Edit

He is portrayed by Brendan Gleeson.

Trivia Edit

  • McCloy is directly responsible for Dr. Gradsky's death as he injected the doctor with the Chimera virus.

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