Photo: Tom McCall
24 Conway Street, London W1T 6BG
Phone: 020-7388 0088
Fax: 020-7388 0688
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:11st. (70kg)
Playing Age:25 - 35 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short

About me:

Michael can currently be heard in Three’s Company’s ADVENTURE DEPARTMENT, a new comedy podcast.

Stage Film Television Commercial Further Credits
2019, Stage, Jaffeir, Venice Preserved, Royal Shakespeare Company, Prasanna Puwanarajah
2019, Stage, Roderigo, Othello, English Touring Theatre Ltd, Richard Twyman
2017, Stage, Cato & Hirtius, Imperium I & II, RSC, Gregory Doran
2016, Stage, John, Julie, Northern Stage, Rebecca Frecknall
2015, Stage, Frank Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer, RSC, Angus Jackson
2014, Stage, Lovell, The Shoemaker's Holiday, RSC, Philip Breen
2014, Stage, Ogre, Minotaur, Polka Theatre/Theatr Clwyd, Michael Fentiman
2013, Stage, Silvius, As You Like It, RSC, Maria Aberg
2013, Stage, Osric, Hamlet, RSC, David Farr
2013, Stage, Soldier Interpreter, All's Well That Ends Well, RSC, Nancy Meckler
2012, Stage, Lisandro, Damned By Despair, National Theatre, Bijan Sheibani
2012, Stage, Chorus, Antigone, National Theatre, Polly Findlay
2011, Stage, Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, RSC, Nancy Meckler
2011, Stage, Page/Scuffle/Sergeant, The City Madam, RSC, Dominic Hill
2011, Stage, Shepherd, Cardenio, RSC, Gregory Doran
2010, Stage, Officer 1/Doctor/Dispatch Rider, The White Guard, National Theatre, Howard Davies
2010, Stage, Fred, Play On Words, Tristan Bates Theatre, Tom Crawshaw
2009, Stage, Fred, Play On Words, Three's Company/Pleasance Edinburgh, Yaz Al-Shaater, Tom Crawshaw, Michael Grady-Hall
2009, Stage, Archie, Narrator, Barrington-Smyth & Pious, A Live Transmission of Adventure Time, Three's Company, Yaz Al-Shaater, Tom Crawshaw, Michael Grady-Hall
2009, Stage, Chorus, Thyestes, Arcola Theatre, Polly Findlay
2009, Stage, Andrushya/Pioneer, Burnt By The Sun, National Theatre, Howard Davies
2008, Stage, Gregory/Page to Paris/Servant, Romeo and Juliet, Theatre of Memory, Tamara Harvey
2008, Stage, Don Pedro, Much Ado About Nothing, RADA, Wilson Milam
2008, Stage, Mr. Tyler, All That Fall, RADA, William Gaskill
2008, Stage, Protagonist, Catastrophe, RADA, William Gaskill
2007, Stage, Alec Redding, Dolly West's Kitchen, RADA, Nick Hutchison
2007, Stage, Creon, Blood Ties, RADA, Jennie Buckman
2007, Stage, Algernon, The Importance of Being Earnest, RADA, Tim Walker
2007, Stage, Sordido, Women Beware Women, RADA, Kath Rodgers
2006, Stage, Ed/Edward Goodchild/Josh, The Strangeness of Others, RADA, Tamara Harvey
2006, Stage, Deeley, Old Times, RADA, William Gaskill
2006, Stage, Friar Lawrence, Romeo and Juliet, RADA, Edward Kemp
2006, Stage, Esteban, La Malkarida, RADA, Dee Cannon
2005, Stage, Danny McKealty, Later Showers (One Man Show), Three's Company, Yaz Al-Shaater
2005, Stage, Mercutio, Romeo and Juliet Deceased, The Rec Theatre Company, Martin Beard
2004, Stage, Iago, Othello, Three's Company, Tom Crawshaw
2009, Film, Citizen 1, Clash Of The Titans, Gorgon Films, Louis Leterrier
2019, Television, Agent Manville, Jack Ryan, August Street Films, Dennie Gordon
2018, Television, Barry, Casualty, BBC, Jon Sen, Karen Kelly
2017, Television, PC Paul Hapscomb, Doctors, BBC/Bona Broadcasting, Dominic Keavey
2015, Television, Scatcherd's Footman, Doctor Thorne, Hat Trick/ITV, Niall MacCormick
2019, Commercial, Man in Bath, Verivox, Czar Film, Ben Callner
2017, Commercial, Hero, HSBC, Nice Shirt, Jesper Ericstam
Further Credits
2020, Audio, Michael and Others, Three’s Company’s ADVENTURE DEPARTMENT, Three’s Company
2020, Audio, PC Collins, DS Allen, Gary, Ferret, Ivan Naisbitt
2007, Audio, Hilarion, Giselle, RADA, Jonathan Tafler
2019, Short Film, Sam, Ruth, Brother Brother, Yaz Al-Shaater, Haz Al-Shaater
2018, Short Film, Nicholas, Silent Night, Brother Brother, Yaz Al-Shaater
2009, Short Film, George, Venus and the Sun, Ruby Films, Adam Randall
2007, Short Film, Andrew, Breaking Up, RADA, Marcus White
2007, Short Film, Customer, Tomorrow, RADA, Marcus White
2013, Web Series, Barry O'Hara, Missing Something, Brother Brother, Yaz Al-Shaater, Haz Al-Shaater
2012, Music Video, Boyfriend, Emily (It's easy), Brother Brother, Yaz Al-Shaater
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Murley, Sir John Oldcastle, Shakespeare's Globe, Jason Morrell
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Neil, No Comment, National Theatre, Drew Mulligan
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Various, The Regime, National Theatre, Drew Mulligan
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Benedict, The Ivory Keyboard, National Theatre, Drew Mulligan
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Sanchez, Why Grimsby?, National Theatre, Drew Mulligan
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Count Cassel, Lovers' Vows, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Colin Blumenau
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Bill/Devlin, Hitch, Denise Silvey, Nick Hutchison
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Ian, Seven Pages Unsigned, Finbourough Theatre, Wilson Milam
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Jack Arable, Speculation, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Abigail Anderson
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Robert Grantley, The Rent Day, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Abigail Anderson
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Stephen Harrowby, The Poor Gentleman, RADA, Abigail Anderson
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Cryril, The Apple, The Orange Tree Theatre, Abigail Anderson
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Paperboy, How The Vote Was Won, The Orange Tree Theatre, Abigail Anderson
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Policeman, At The Gates, The Orange Tree Theatre, Abigail Anderson
2008, Rehearsed Reading, Bishop, Fat Men in Skirts, StoneCrabs, Victor Esses
2008, Musical, John Brooke, Little Women-The Musical, RADA, Geoff Bullen
2005, Musical, Andre/Claude, Plane of Existence, Three's Company, Michael Grady-Hall, Tom Crawshaw, Yaz Al-Shaater
2004, Musical, Koko, The Mikado, International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, Pamela Leighton-Bilik
2008, Event, Mosby, Arden of Faversham, Sam Wanamaker Festival, Shakespeare's Globe, Geoff Bullen
2008, Event, Don Pedro, Much Ado About Nothing, RADA at Knowsley Hall, Wilson Milam


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Cockney, Irish-Southern, Northern, RP*, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Falsetto, Flamenco, Period Dancing, Tenor
Performance:Comedy, Musical Theatre, Outdoor Performances, Professional Singer, Repertory, Theatre In Education, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Bowling, Pool, Running, Stage Combat, Swimming
Other Skills:Director, Drama Workshop Leader, Narration