Biography

Born-13th of April 1983.

Place of Birth - London/England.

Michael's acting career began at the age of 5 when he appeared alongside his mother in the hit BBC show "All Creatures Great and Small". Other small roles followed in "Second Thoughts" (ITV) and "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" (Feature Film).

After his education Michael went on to work for a charity called the Dot Com Children's Foundation where he worked closely with the NYT (National Youth Theatre) facilitating performance workshops in schools and creating video materials to teach children and teenagers how to stay safe, part of the governments PSHE (Personal Safety and Heath Education) initiative. Now part of the national curriculum.

After his time working with the NYT Michael decided to enrol at the "Royal Central School of Speech and Drama" and pursue a career in acting. He graduated with a BA Hons in Acting for Stage.

After graduating Michael went on to appear in a number of roles across Theatre/TV and film. Most notable to date are his appearances in "Nine" Directed by Robert Marshall, "The Man From U.N.C.L.E" Directed by Guy Ritchie, "A.D. The Bible Continues" produced for NBC/USA, "Silent Witness" BBC, "EastEnders" BBC as well as commercials for "Jonny Walker" Directed by Patrick Daughters and "Telecom Italia" Directed by Sam Mendes.

Michael is represented by Sue Latimer of ARGTalent in London and Aaron Brown of AVALON in Los Angeles.