As a member of Actors Equity Association, Michael has acted in numerous New York theatrical productions over the years. As a member of SAG-AFTRA, he has appeared in many commercials and independent films.
In 2012, he wrote, directed, produced and starred in Maybe Tomorrow, his feature film debut. The film had a successful run on the 2012-2013 festival circuit racking up numerous awards including Best Actor, Best Director, Best Screenplay and several for Best Picture.
Maybe Tomorrow secured distribution with Entertainment One and the film is currently available on iTunes and Amazon.
He is currently seeking financing for his follow-up feature, A BELLEVUE LOVE STORY. Having written the script, he plans to star in and direct. For info on the project, visit www.bellevuelovestory.com
Film (Short and Drama) Actor A woman trying to get her life in order dealing with a heroin addiction, her relationship and the forgiveness of her family
Film (Drama) Actor When faced with a lengthy prison sentence, Russ Mahler, a career criminal armed with a destructive secret, blackmails the only man that can get him off the hook, Manhattan District Attorney Graham Seifert. An ambitious politician on the rise, Graham's life is upended when Senator Monty Clemens asks him to join his ticket in a campaign to become the next Governor of New York. Clemens, an un-apologetically corrupt politican, is currently being investigated by the D.A.'s office for a multi-million dollar embezzling scheme so Graham must choose...either finish an investigation that could have the Senator impeached...or ride his coattails and become the youngest Lieutenant Governor in New York State history. Written by Michael Wolfe
Follow the Leader
Film (Short, Horror and Thriller) Actor Every year, hundreds of young people go out on wilderness hiking trips designed to teach them leadership and outdoor survival. On this particular trip, Haley is plagued by nightmares about the woods. Her intense and eccentric Guide doesn't make things any easier, driving her up the mountain. And when she sees a strange man digging through the trees, her experience begins to feel more like actual survival. Written by Anonymous
Overheard in NYC
Film (Short and Comedy) Actor Overheard in NYC brings to life fragments of real conversations mistakenly (or not) overheard in the streets... See full synopsis »
Coffee to Cream
Film (Short and Drama) Actor Street hustler runs into man he bullied when they were schoolmates and gets bullied himself.
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Film (Drama and Crime) Actor 'Tracks' is based on the true-story of a middle class white suburban teenagers who unknowingly committed a senseless act of violence in July of 1982. Peter Madigan and his friends spent countless summer nights on the train tracks in Fairlawn, New Jersey when one evening, they mindlessly threw a switch and derailed an oncoming train resulting in the death of its conductor. This case made history in the New Jersey judicial system and these teenagers (who, at the time, were between the ages of 14 and 16) were the first in the state to be tried and convicted as adults. 'Tracks' chronicles their descent with a portrayal of a boy who made a mistake, paid the consequences and got back on 'track.' Written by Anonymous
Best Feature - New Visions - Bahamas International Film Festival
Best Film - Golden Door International Film Festival
Best Film - Hartford Flick Fest
Best Lead Actor - Golden Door International Film Festival
Best Screenplay - Golden Door International Film Festival
Best Director - Golden Door International Film Festival