You may recognize Michael from his early work, Tied to the Tracks, which ran for four days at the Urseline Academy and Nunnery in Great Falls, Montana. Michael was the sixth-grader who took over the role of Silias Scavenger, the mustache-twisting villain when eighth-grader Tyler Doosenberry got sick. From there, Michael went on to study the Thiel method of acting in high school, and got over his fear of singing in public by working as a funeral cantor. Then he moved here, graduated from UCLA, and now he performs with Big Boss Comedy, is a regularly featured writer in the Quote/Unquote Show and is thrilled to be part of the Groundlings Sunday Company. He wants to thank a bunch of real great friends, and the best family a guy could ask for.