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THEATRICAL/COMMERCIAL REPRESENTATION: ENGAGE ARTISTS AGENCY (EAA)

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About Michael Joseph Pierce

Michael Joseph Pierce is THAT Guy. He’s the guy you recognize, but cannot place the face.

He has recently Filmed lead roles playing Real Life Killer Steven Hayes in an Episode of 'People Magazine Investigates', the Lead in a new Pilot from Karga Seven Pictures as Detective Bill Kirwin on the real Fitbit Murder Case as well as Fire Chief Winters on the Discovery TV Show, 'Unusual Suspects' for the Roberto Ayala Murder Case.

Maybe you’ve seen him in the Waterparks Band ‘Stupid for You’ music video as the demeaning Record Label Executive, or you recognize him as that guy from the Walmart Glucose Health commercials? Is it the Dad in the Kevin Jewelers commercials or the Santa in the Draw What Board Game commercial, the Dad in the Montclair Radiology commercial or the Husband in the Augustine Casino commercial?

Maybe you recognize him from the many short films he’s done including ‘No Teeth’, the award winning ‘Disconnect’, the student Emmy winning ‘Lockdown’ or the controversial ‘The Spanking’? Or maybe it’s the role of Jakes Dad in the hugely popular Florian Picasso music video, ‘This is our Time’, or the funny Cop in ‘The Bail Out’?

Michael Joseph Pierce is a 2nd generation San Diegan, who studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. His roles in Film, Commercials and Television started in front of the camera with appearances on the Soap Opera ‘General Hospital’ in the early 1980’s. He can be seen in many character roles in Films, Music Videos, Commercials and on TV in such shows as ‘Corrupt Crimes’, ‘I Married a Murderer’ and ‘Mysteries of the Unexplained’.

Theater and Acting have always been a passion. His theater resume spans over many years beginning with the San Diego Repertory Theater in 'Mother Courage' with Whoopi Goldberg.

"Don't change so people will like you. Be the change and the right people will love the real you."

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