Michael was born in Ireland and trained at the Montfort Stage School and L.A.M.D.A.
Irish theatre credits include The Desert Song (Captain Fontaine), Lilac Time (Schwind), Grease (Kenickie), Rigoletto (Ensemble) and My Fair Lady (Ensemble).
His many concerts include The Golden Apple at The Theatre Museum Covent Garden, a series for the R.T.E Symphony Orchestra at the National Concert Hall Dublin, and An Evening With Gershwin/Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Patti Pavilion, Swansea. He also sang on the Cork 800 celebratory recording.
His television credits include Crime Monthly for Cariton as well as various commercials and training films. Michael has played the Prince in numerous pantomimes, most recently at the Bristol Hippodrome in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and prior to that he played the role at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham and the Oxford Apollo.
Michael worked in America as a guest entertainer for Princess Cruise,s performing in their onboard productions of Evita as Che and playing the role of the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera.
He made his West End debut at the London Palladium in Fiddler on the Roof, understudying and performing the role of Perchik, and went on to appear in Guys And Dolls at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, and the Haymarket, Leicester. He then took part in Camelot at the Covent Garden Festival, and last Christmas returned to Cork to play Prince Charming in Cinderella.
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