Malcolm was a captain of rugby and cricket high school teams.
Malcolm is 5 feet and 8.5 inches tall.
In February 2007, Malcolm revealed he has had a fear of using eye drops ever since he made A Clockwork Orange.
Malcolm lent his voice for the video games Wing Commander III (1994) & Wing Commander IV (1996).
Unfortunately Malcolm became type-casted as a psychopathic villain for the most part of the last 30 years due to his role as the infamous Alex DeLarge in Stanley Kubrick controversial A Clockwork Orange (1971).
Malcolm currently resides in the north suburb of Los Angeles, but still doesn't have an American citizenship.
Malcolm's first American film was Time After Time (1979).
Malcolm's first big screen role was in Poor Cow (1967), altough his 2 minutes scene was ultimately cut from the completed film.
Malcolm had a variety of jobs, from working in his parents pub, coffee salesman to messenger before he decided to seriously work on becoming an actor.
Malcolm attended the London Academy of Music and Art to study acting.
At age 11 Malcolm was sent from the Tunbridge Boarding School to the Cannock House School in Eltham, Kent.
Malcolm was brought up in Brindlington where his parents owned and ran a pub.
Malcolm's parents were Charles and Edna Taylor.
Malcolm has appeared in three different films involving time travel: Time After Time (1979), Star Trek: Generations (1994) and Just Visiting (2001).
Malcolm was the first well-known actor to appear non-animated and in the flesh for South Park (1997) because he is one of Trey Parker's favourite actors and he was specifically requested.
Malcolm claims Gangster No. 1 (2000) to be his best work since A Clockwork Orange (1971).
Malcolm has one son Beckett Taylor (b. January 18, 2004) with Kelley.
Malcolm received death threats from overzealous Star Trek fans after his character killed Captain Kirk in Star Trek: Generations (1994).
Malcolm's favourite actor of all time is James Cagney.
Thirteen of Malcolm's films were shown as a retrospective tribute at NYC's Walter Reade Theater in May 2002, where he introduces the least known of these, The Connection.
Malcolm is the only actor to ever play both King Arthur and Merlin. He played King Arthur in Arthur the King (1985) (TV), and he played Merlin in Kids of the Round Table (1995).
Malcolm is the father of producer/director Charlie McDowell, b. 1983.
Malcolm has a phobia of using eye drops due to his work on the film: A Clockwork Orange (1971).
Malcolm is the father of actress, Lilly McDowell, born 1981.
Malcolm's first wife, Margot Bennett, was Keir Dullea's ex wife.
Malcolm is the uncle of actor Alexander Siddig.
Malcolm's nickname is "Mick."