In an interview with The Sunday Times this weekend it was rumoured that the Almeida Theatre's current production of ...
Michael C Hall On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets
Michael C Hall what born in February 1971 in North Carolina, U.S. He attended Tish School of Arts where he studied the New York University’s Graduate Acting Program in 1996. Hall’s early theatre career started in such off-broadway thespian shows as Cymbaline, Macbeth, Henry V and Timon of Athens at The Public Theatre as well as risqué play Corpus Christi at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
He is perhaps most famously known as the title character in Dexter, which he starred and co-produced. The show ran for 7 years, ending in 2013 and was nominated for five Emmy awards. Hall himself won the Individual achievement award in Drama in the 2007 Television Critics Association Award, and in the same year won a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama. Other series Hall is renowned for in Six Feet Under, playing the role of David Fisher. On top of his work in TV Hall has starred in some feature films including Gamer (2009), with Gerard Butler, The Trouble with Bliss (2012) and Kill Your Darlings (2013).
He began performing on Broadway in 1999, where he was cast as Emcee in Cabaret, he then performed in Chicago as Billy Flynn which toured the US. Hall’s more recent theatre appearances include The Realistic Joneses at Lyceum Theatre in 2014 where Hall played John Jones. This performance won the Outstanding Ensemble Performance award at the Drama Desk Awards (2014). Furthermore he starred as the title role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch Hall in 2014 on Broadway until early 2015. In the same year he also played Thomas Newton in the sell-out Broadway production of Lazarus, where he had close interaction with David Bowie who co-created the production with Edna Walsh.
In October 2016 he will reprise his role in Lazarus when it transfers to a newly purpose built theatre in Kings Cross, London.
London & West End Stage Appearances
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