Michael Marinaccio

Michael Marinaccio


Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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November 2012
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About Michael

Michael Marinaccio is an actor and writer in Los Angeles, California. Originally from Somers CT, he received his BFA in acting from the Hartt School at the University of Hartford. After graduating he spent some time in New York before moving to LA. When not performing Michael enjoys cooking and writing.



  • The Rabbit Hole

    The Rabbit Hole (2019)
    Film Actor

  • The Education of a Negro

    The Education of a Negro (2019)
    Film Actor

  • #MyLifeIsAJoke

    #MyLifeIsAJoke (2018)
    TV Series Actor

  • Criminal Confessions

    Criminal Confessions (2017)
    TV Series Actor

  • The Thing in the Apartment: Chapter II

    The Thing in the Apartment: Chapter II (2017)
    Film Actor

  • Mind Blown

    Mind Blown (2016)
    TV Movie Actor

  • Than All Else Ever

    Than All Else Ever (2016)
    Film Actor

  • Little Magdeline

    Little Magdeline (2016)
    Film by Zack Scott (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor A man reconnects with his six year old daughter with whom he hasn't met which forces him to reevaluate his life, life and actions.

  • Talons

    Talons (2016)
    Film Actor

  • My Haunted House

    My Haunted House (2015)
    Television (Horror) Actor The shocking eyewitness accounts of terrified people whose dream homes have become nightmares are brought to life in vivid, blood-curdling style.

  • The Nut Job

    The Nut Job (2014)
    Film (short) by Lenny Lenox (Comedy) Actor

  • Lil Tokyo Reporter

    Lil Tokyo Reporter (2012)
    Film (short) by Jeffrey Gee Chin (Drama) Actor Sei Fujii is a crusading reporter for a newspaper in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo section in 1935. He is concerned that the exploitation of the poor by local gambling concerns will not only hurt the community directly, but will also sabotage the efforts to make the rest of Los Angeles accept the Japanese of Little Tokyo as loyal and trustworthy Americans. Fujii sets out to bring the power of the press to play against the gambling houses. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

  • Evicted

    Evicted (2011)
    Film (short) by David Herman (Drama and Mystery) Actor Jake is screwed. Not only is he getting evicted but his best friendship is hanging by a thread. The clock is ticking.

  • A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

    A Picture Worth a Thousand Words (2011)
    Film (short) by Robert Shepyer (Drama) Actor Noted director, David Perlman loses a loved one and detaches from the world, his family, and himself.

  • August's Claim

    August's Claim (2011)
    Film (short) by Evan Matthews (Action, Adventure and Western) Actor This Western follows isolated rancher, John August, as he struggles to care for his son and sickly wife, Claire. Her illness is beyond John's abilities and must seek help. Conflicted whether to leave his family alone in the wilderness of the 1870s, he entrusts his son, James, with his pistol and to watch over his mother while he travels to town. While alone, James discovers riders on the hillside coming his way. John returns to his invaded home amongst shots fired, chaos and confusion. The outlaws search the ranch grounds, evening John's odds to take them out, one by one. Lives hang in the balance between gun play, horses, and barn fights, taking August's Claim to a high stakes crescendo in this 10 minute short. Written by Anonymous

  • Chinese Takeout

    Chinese Takeout (2011)
    Film (short) by James Brandenburg (Action, Comedy and Romance) Actor Max Crow kills people. It's what he does for a living. What's more: it's a family business. The Crows are a clan of hit-men, descendants in a long line of assassins. But don't worry - they only kill bad people. Max has a girlfriend, Audrey. She is a walking sunbeam. But, of course, she has no idea what Max does for a living. And she has never met his family. They, in turn, have no knowledge that she exits. Audrey is Max's perfect little secret. Max has worked very hard to keep his two worlds separate. However, a series of unfortunate and happenstance occurrences force the two halves of Max's life into direct contact with one another, with explosive results. Written by Anonymous

  • Goodbye, Joe

    Goodbye, Joe (2011)
    Film (short) by Eric Smith (Comedy) Actor

  • The Online Gamer

    The Online Gamer (2011)
    Television (Comedy) Actor A series of skits based around a 20-something man who loves online gaming.

  • Bereft Left: A Very Brief, Very American Tale.

    Bereft Left: A Very Brief, Very American Tale. (2010)
    Film (short) by Gina Ronhovde (Comedy) Actor A left-handed college student joins a religious organization and attempts a right-handed lifestyle, only to suffer the consequences.

  • Boulevard Zen

    Boulevard Zen (2009)
    Film by Rich Tola (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor "Life's a boulevard and sometimes you get stuck." This fictional documentary is a day-in-the-life tale about an edgy East Coast hotshot real estate attorney turned modern-day yoga master, Bobby D'Angelo. After losing his wife, D'Angelo goes through a drastic career and lifestyle change. He discovers the power of yoga and uses its principles to help him cope with his daily struggles while inspiring others to overcome their challenges. Written by Rich Tola

  • L.A. L.A. Love

    L.A. L.A. Love (2009)
    Film (short) by Xavier Vanegas (Crime and Romance) Actor

  • People on Monday

    People on Monday (2009)
    Film by Katsumi Funahashi (Crime) Actor

  • Clear Lake, WI

    Clear Lake, WI (2009)
    Film by Brian Ide (Thriller) Actor Fifteen years after Clear Lake, WI was evacuated and quarantined by the government, four young adults return to the small town in search of clues about their mysterious past. Back in 1994, a mysterious virus appeared in Clear Lake. As panic spread, a local priest (Michael Madsen) convinced a small group of high school students that the locals were being punished by God, and that the day of retribution had finally arrived. It was their job, claimed the priest, to apprehend the worst sinners, and ensure that they suffered for their transgressions. When government health officials arrived to investigate, they were shocked to discover that 13 of the locals had vanished without a trace, and the majority of the townspeople had abandoned their homes for fear of getting infected. For the following 15 years, the town sat eerily still and completely unoccupied. Now, a group of documentary filmmakers have convinced the kids who previously took part in the kidnappings to return to Clear Lake, and... Written by Brian Ide

  • The Weekend

    The Weekend (2007)
    Film by Michael Todd Kuskin (Comedy) Actor Over the course of a single weekend, various teenagers discover that, perhaps, they don't yet have it all figured out: Benjamin thinks he's going to marry his hesitant girlfriend, Marty pines for the unattainable Rachel, rich kid Jacob throws elaborate parties and sells drugs, and the underage "cool" Donny blackmails his "nerdy" older brother to tag along to Jacob's party. Written by Anonymous

  • Saturday

    Saturday (2006)
    Film by Adam Raia (Comedy) Actor "Swingers" in New York city in real-time What would happen if you followed three college guys around New York City on a Saturday night with three cameras? What would happen if the first guy who brings a girl home gets his own Television reality show? I-Productions Inc. captured a 75 minute feature film showing you what did happen. No more will people head to Las Vegas for the ultimate night out on the town. This movie will switch the momentum back to the city that never sleeps, New York City. Buckle your seatbelt, drink a couple of Red Bull and Vodka's, and enjoy the rollercoaster ride through Manhattan's nightlife. Maybe you can learn a thing or two! Written by Anonymous

  • Things That Hang from Trees

    Things That Hang from Trees (2006)
    Film by Ido Mizrahy (Drama) Actor St. Augustine, Florida, 1969. An eight-year-old boy's wish to see the fireworks from atop the city's lighthouse is complicated by his odd neighbors, abusive peers, and hopeless parents. The young boy's seemingly simple goal develops into a struggle in which his life, both internal and corporeal, hangs in the balance. Written by Anonymous


  • Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards Nominated, LAIFF January Award Best Actor for Than All


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