Michael Coady is an award-winning actor, producer, writer, working between LA, Toronto and his native Newfoundland, Canada. As an actor, he has made guest star and co-star appearances on shows like the BBC America Series, “Copper”, CBC series “Murdoch Mysteries” and “Republic of Doyle”, CMT series "Angels Among Us", History Channel series “Zero Hour”, National Geographic Channel “Valentine’s Day Massacre”, and "1000 Ways to Die" on Spike TV. Michael’s film credits include the short films "By Water’s Edge" (screened at the 2011 Cannes Festival), "The Historian Paradox" (won Audience Choice Award at the Big Island Film Fest in Hawaii), "Silent Night in Muncie" (with R.D. Call [Into the Wild, Babel, State of Grace]; screened at the Action on Film Festival in Los Angeles) and the multiple award winning web series "Dead Grandma." Michael's theater credits include the Toronto productions “Evita”, “Cabaret,” and the Canadian premiere of “Urinetown.” He also produced and starred in the East Coast Canadian premiere of “Doubt” in 2008.
Michael is the Executive Director for Canada of We Make Movies, a film collective in Los Angeles and Toronto (WMM-CA … see ). Michael continues to write and produce his own projects like “Obsession” (which he also starred in) and his upcoming short screenplay “Cop Out”, a winner of the WMM-CA Screenplay Competition and chosen as one of We Make Movies Canada’s Slate One Films.