|(Actor - Terminator; Aliens; The Abyss; Planet Terror; Grindhouse; The Magnificent Seven) |
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|Michael Connell Biehn is an American actor. He is best known for his roles in James Cameronís science fiction action films, THE TERMINATOR, ALIENS and THE ABYSS. Michael was born in Aniston, Alabama to parents Marcia and Don Biehn. He is the second of three children. When he was very young, he and his family moved to Lincoln, Nebraska. They moved again to Lake Havasu, Arizona where he graduated high school.|
The budding actor realized his love for film at a young age, awarded a drama scholarship to The University of Arizona. In his first year, Michael realized college wasnít for him and moved to Los Angeles in 1976. It wouldnít talk long for the film industry to recognize talent in the young star. He was given his first role a year later in a pilot called, JAMES AT 16. The next year, Michael starred opposite Cathy Lee Crosby in his first feature film, COACH. And if you look close enough, you can spot Michael in the blockbuster hit, GREASE starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton John. Since then, his film and television career has skyrocketed.
His list of credits include the Oscar-nominated film THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, THE FAN, STILETTO, DEADLY INTENTIONS, THE SEVENTH SIGN, TOMBSTONE, THE ROCK, GRINDHOUSE, PLANET TERROR and NAVY SEALS opposite Charlie Sheen. Michael has proven invaluable to award-winning director James Cameron, being cast in three of his films, TERMINATOR, THE ABYSS, and ALIENS. He has also starred in two of director Franc Roddamís films, K2 and THE LORDS OF DISCIPLINE. His foray into television has had him guest starring in several high-profile series, including DARK BLUE, LAW AND ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and HILL STREET BLUES.
Comedy isnít a genre Michael is famous for, but his first and only attempt gained him recognition. His comedic role in SUSANíS PLAN, directed by John Landis, which was well received by critics. He appeared this year in PUNCTURE with Chris Evans and Mark Kassen. This year has been a busy one for Michael, his portrayal as Mickey in THE DIVIDE, directed by Xavier Gens, will be released January 13, 2012.
He is making his directorial debut with THE VICTIM. Which just played in Spain at the very prestigious SITGES film festival as an official selection in the midnite x-treme program.