Michael Medico Biography
Actor and director Michale Medico is a narrator of Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Michael Medico is well known from the film Going Down in La-La Land, Walk it Out, Stars and divorce: The Greatest Hits. He joined British American Drama Academy and Medico graduated from Boston University. Actor and director Michael belongs to white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Michael spent many years in NYC and LA as an actor. His television credit includes: “Grace and Frankie", “bones”, and Two and a Half Men”. Further, Michael starred in the films like “Day out of Days”, “Kiss the Bride”, and “Life’s Too Good”. Side by side, he has appeared in many commercials.
According to source Michael Medico started directing on a dare. He has created and directed the A2IM’s anti-piracy campaign “Stealing Sucks”. Michael’s two viral promos for 20th Century Fox Home called 'Entertainment' and “Miss March Mishap”, received over a million hits in a short period of time. Peter Paige gave Michael his first TV directing job on “The Foster”. Michael co-created and directed the web series pilot, “Paige a Day”. Michael Medico earns a good amount of salary from his acting and directing career which ables him to live a celebrity life. Though he has not revealed information regarding his income, his current net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.Edit
Born in United States
Michael Medico is an actor and director born in 1980 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. He is the creator and director of A2Im’s anti piracy campaign “Stealing Sucks”.1980Edit
Degree In BFA
After attending the British American Drama Academy He joined Boston University where he got his degree in BFA and received Boston University's honour: the Distinguished Young Alumni Award.Edit
Received Young Alumni Award
Michael was the recipient of highest alumni honour: The 2010 Distinguished Young Alumni Award. Michael was the creator and executive producer of Hot In Hollywood, a celebrity-driven benefit that raised more than a half a million dollars in three years for domestic and international Alds organisation.Edit
Movie “Divorce: the Greatest Hits”
Michael Medico directed the movie “Divorce: the Greatest Hits” which was produced by Krista Vernoff. Tracie Thoms, Holland Taylor and Beau Mirchoff were cast in the movie.