Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall

actor, producer, director

Michael C. Hall was born on Feb 01, 1971 in USA. Michael C. Hall's big-screen debut came with Six Feet Under - Season 1 directed by Alan Ball in 2001, strarring David Fisher. Michael C. Hall is known for Dexter: New Blood directed by Marcos Siega, Michael C. Hall stars as Dexter 'Jim Lindsay' Morgan and Jack Alcott as Harrison Morgan. Michael C. Hall has got 13 awards and 61 nominations so far. The most recent award Michael C. Hall achieved is TV Guide Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Michael C. Hall plays is Dexter: New Blood - Season 1 which will be released on Nov 07, 2021.

Michael C. Hall was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, to Janice (Styons), a guidance counselor, and William Carlyle Hall, who worked for IBM. Michael is a graduate of NYU's Master of Fine Arts program in acting. He is known for the titular character "Dexter" in Dexter (2006) and as mortician "David Fisher" in Six Feet Under (2001). His most recent performance on Broadway was as "Hedwig" in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch". Previously, Hall portrayed the emcee in "Cabaret", "Billy Flynn" in "Chicago" and "John Jones" in "The Realistic Joneses". Hall has starred in nearly a dozen major off-Broadway plays, including "Macbeth" for the New York Shakespeare Festival, "Cymbeline" for the New York Shakespeare Festival at Central Park's Delacorte Theater, "Timon of Athens" and "Henry V" at the Public, "The English Teachers" for Manhattan Class Company, "Corpus Christi" at the Manhattan Theatre Club, "Mr. Marmalade" with the Roundabout Theatre Company and "Skylight" at the Mark Taper Forum. Michael C. Hall is performing in independent motion pictures, such as Cold in July (2014) and Kill Your Darlings (2013).

  • Birthday

    Feb 01, 1971
  • Place of Birth

    Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • Also known

    Michael Carlyle Hall, 마이클 C. 홀, Michael Hall, Μάικλ Σ. Χολ, Μάικλ Χολ

Known For


13 wins & 61 nominations

TV Guide Awards
Favorite Actor
Winner - TV Guide Award
GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics
TV Drama Performance of the Year
Winner - Dorian Award
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows