Michael C. Gwynne (born October 1, 1942) is an American film, television and radio actor. His film roles include Payday (1973), A Cold Night's Death (1973), Harry in Your Pocket (1973), The Terminal Man (1974), Special Delivery (1976), Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979), Raise the Titanic (1980), Threshold (1981), Cherry 2000 (1987), Sunset (1988), Blue Heat (1990) and Private Parts (1997).
Gwynne's distinctive voice is familiar through recordings and radio. He is one of the prime narrators on the 1971 Elektra Records album, "A Child's Garden Of Grass (A Pre-Legalization Comedy)."
In the late 1970s and into the 80s, Gwynne joined Phil Austin of the Firesign Theatre and comic Frazer Smith as the multi-voiced three-man cast of an improvisational surrealist comedy radio show, "Hollywood Niteshift," first on KROQ and later on KLOS, both in Los Angeles.
Gwynne was the son of band leader Frankie Kaye.
- A Cold Night's Death (1973, TV Movie) - Val Adams
- Payday (1973) - Clarence McGinty
- Harry in Your Pocket (1973) - Fence
- The Terminal Man (1974) - Dr. Robert Morris
- Special Delivery (1976) - Graff
- Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979) - Mike Cassidy
- J-Men Forever (1979) - (voice)
- Raise the Titanic (1980) - Bohannon
- Threshold (1981) - Jay Wingate
- Harry Tracy, Desperado (1982) - David Merrill
- Tai-Pan (1986) - Cooper
- Cherry 2000 (1987) - Slim
- Sunset (1988) - Mooch
- The Last of the Finest (1990) - Anthony Reece
- Private Parts (1997) - Duke of Rock
- Nostradamus (2000) - Astrologer La Font
- Nowhere Road (2002)
- Knowing (2009) - Coast Patrol Official