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Michael’s passion for acting began during his school years at Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire, UK. His dedication took off after bringing a play to the Edinburgh Festival at eighteen in 2004. While studying International Business at Liverpool University, he produced and starred in several plays, prompting him to attend Drama Centre London. There, he honed his skills, graduating with a BA (Hons) in Acting in 2012.

Since then, Michael has consistently worked in film and theatre across the UK, Hong Kong, Greece, and Austria. His early career featured notable performances on the London Fringe, including “Jekyll and Hyde” (2013) at the Southwark Playhouse and “The Dog, the Night and the Knife” (2014) at the Arcola Theatre. He later starred as Dan in “Closer” (2018) with the Vienna English Theatre and headlined the Vaults Festival in “Counting Sheep” (2019).

Michael’s expertise spans traditional theatre, immersive performances, and devised works, drawing on his training in movement psychology and ballet. Now based in London and Athens, his recent projects include the Future Now Festival at Onassis Stegi (2020) and films like “Animal” (2022), “Be a Good Girl” (2023), and “Tehran and Kabul” (2023-2024).