Who is Seth Michaels?
Seth Michael is an American actor. He is probably best known for his roles as Dr. Singer in Just What the Doctor Ordered (2021), playing Manoli in Epiphany (2019), as well as being Malcolm in Transference (2020).
Grants Pass, Oregon, United States
Life before fame:
When Seth was younger, he excelled at playing soccer and went to College to get a full scholarship. First, he went to San Francisco State University, after which he attended San Diego State University. When his sophomore year, Seth decided to leave College in order to play Professional soccer for the Pumas UNAM in Mexico City. Seth also has a true passion for traveling and meeting new people. He has stated that he has visited a total of 37 countries so far and is fluent in four languages. While his native language is English, he also speaks Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian. He’s been an advocate for veganism, and he has been a Vegan for over 20 years at this point. Seth has been adamant about donating some of his earnings to various charities such as ASPCA and Hope for Paws. He has also donated to Harvest Home, located in Venice Beach, which is for single mothers who have nowhere to go.
His professional career:
Seth Michaels has appeared in a respectable number of roles and has studied with the renowned acting teacher and author Eric Morris. He has also studied with character actor David Proval and top casting director Risa Bramon Garcia.
His first TV role came in 2004 when he appeared as Alfonso Tehon Jr. in Nip/Tuck. Next, he was featured in two episodes of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as Stuckey’s Brother (2005). In 2006 Seth appeared as Ani in The Egyptian Book of the Dead (Documentary). The next year he appeared in two small shorts, Pumercial as Soccer Star and The Waiter 2 portraying Chava. In 2012 Seth played Xolotl in Would Walker, Rick in Through the Red Doors, and Orderlie in Behind the Scenes of Haunting Charles Mansion (short).
When it comes to his more recent roles, the actor has been busy buying and has appeared as Sunshine in the TV series A Foreign Exchange Love for four episodes of the show. He also played Leo in Letting Go, as well as Mario Zagallo in Pele: Birth of a Legend (2016).
His role in St. Agatha as Father Andrew earned him much praise from movie critics for his performance (2018). He also played Father Cuervo in the TV series Doom Patrol (2019), as well as Robert Tanner in the short TV series The Bright Side of Darkness (2019).
Currently, he has a load of upcoming projects awaiting release, such as Verified, Graveyard, The Stenographer, I’ll Be Watching, and Fight Pride, all of which are in post-production at this point in time.
The next role you will get the chance to see him in is the TV movie Graveyard, where he plays Chip Jeffried (2019).
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