BA (Hons) Professional Acting, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
Originally from Chicago, Michael is a Brooklyn based actor and coach who is deeply passionate about actors and acting training. After receiving admittance into several of the top programs in the country, Michael accepted an invitation to attend The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) as one of seven Americans admitted into the full BFA program. He studied there for three years, working with some of the top practitioners in the world for theatre and television in a classical conservatory setting. Upon graduation, Michael moved to New York City where he has been seen as Con in Stupid F*cking Bird (Riverside Park, directed by Tom Costello), Hal in Henry IV Pts. 1 & 2 (with Stag and Lion at Trinity Theatre), and recently in the acclaimed NYC premier of George Kaplan (Bridge Production Group) at The New Ohio. A close personal student of Brian McManamon, his audition technique has been honed at the highest levels and he has coached students to acceptances and matriculation at some of the most prestigious programs throughout the world.