Michael Anthony Angarano (born December 3, 1987) is an American actor.
Angarano was born in Brooklyn, New York, of Italian descent; he has two younger siblings, Erica and Andrew, and an older sister, Kristen. Michael was born to "Big" Mike and Doreen Angarano. The Angarano family owns and operates four successful dance studios in New York and LA called Reflections in Dance, where Doreen directs and teaches, Kristen teaches and Erica dances.
Angarano's first major film role was in 2002's Little Secrets, opposite Evan Rachel Wood and David Gallagher. He has appeared in the films Sky High and Lords of Dogtown, both of which were released in the summer of 2005. Angarano has also recently appeared as Elliott, the son of Jack McFarland, on the television series Will & Grace.
In 2007, Angarano appeared in eight episodes of the hit 24 as Scott Wallace, a teenager taken hostage by a terrorist.
Angarano currently lives in Los Angeles. Between 2005 and 2006, he filmed roles in Bondage, Black...
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The Final Season is a baseball movie (which recently wrapped production in Norway, Iowa and Cedar Rapids, Iowa and is scheduled for release October 12, 2007 by Yari Film Group) starring Sean Astin, Rachael Leigh Cook, Tom Arnold, Powers Boothe, Brett Claywell, Michael Angarano, Marshall Bell, James Boddicker and directed by David Mickey Evans. The Film is due out in October 2007. The film is scheduled to premiere three times at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, New York. The film is also slated for a premiere in Cedar Rapids, Iowa according to producer Tony Wilson, once the film is picked up by a distributor. The section could be improved by integrating relevant items into the main text and removing inappropriate items.On June 30, 2006, a helicopter being used to film a parade scene crashed into a field near Cedar Rapids.  Cameraman Roland Schlotzhauer was killed in the crash, while the pilot, Richard Green, and producer Tony Wilson were critically injured. Eliza...
One Last Thing... (2006) is a comedy-drama film produced by HDNet Films and released by Magnolia Pictures. It was screened at the Toronto Film Festival on September 12, 2005 and had a limited release in the USA May 5, 2006. It was directed by Alex Steyermark and written by Barry Stringfellow.Dylan (Michael Angarano), a high school student with an inoperable brain tumor, lives with his single mother Carol (Cynthia Nixon) in Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania. He is invited on television by a wish-granting organization and stuns viewers with his wish: he wants to spend a weekend alone with supermodel Nikki Sinclair (Sunny Mabrey).Living in New York City, Nikki is watching television and hears about Dylan’s wish; she is convinced by her agent to see Dylan, but her visit is very brief. Dylan is disappointed and decides to raise money and travel to New York, trying to see Nikki again.Carol struggles with allowing her sick son (traveling with two friends) to be unsupervised in an unfamiliar city....,
Black Irish is a 2006 film written and directed by Brad Gann.
Sixteen-year-old Cole McKay's struggle for independence is put to the test as his South Boston Irish-Catholic family implodes around him. Older brother Terry is descending into a life of drugs and crime, pregnant sister Kathleen is being sent away to cover the shame of unwed motherhood and Cole's father, Desmond, spends his days in a fog of alcohol and self-pity, silently torturing himself over what might have been. The one thing keeping young Cole's head above water is his love of baseball. A talented pitcher, Cole overcomes self-doubt and family indifference to fight his way into the state championships. To get there however, he must make a life and death decision, a decision that will change the McKay family forever.
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Dear Wendy is a 2005 movie directed by Thomas Vinterberg, and starring Jamie Bell, Bill Pullman, Mark Webber and Alison Pill among others.
It is a co-production of Denmark, Germany, France and the UK.
The script was written by Lars von Trier.
The movie performed poorly at the box office.
A group of pacifists decide to carry guns. They call themselves Dandies. Their club is assembled from the young losers in a small mining town. The Dandies have several quirks and rules. For instance, a dandy can never brandish his weapon in public, and when they congratulate one another they speak in a "Brideshead Stutter" that can only be referential to Brideshead Revisited.
Sky High is a superhero film from Walt Disney Pictures that opened in the United States on July 29, 2005. It was directed by Mike Mitchell and was written by Paul Hernandez, Robert Schooley, and Mark McCorkle.
Sky High is the story of fourteen-year-old William Theodore Stronghold (Michael Angarano), the son of two famous superheroes; the incredibly strong, seemingly invulnerable Commander (Kurt Russell) and the high-speed flying Jetstream (Kelly Preston). He and his best friend, Layla (Danielle Panabaker) are facing their first day of high school, which is even more daunting for Will since he will attend his parents' alma mater, a school for superheroes called Sky High. What Will hasn't told his parents is that he doesn't actually know if he actually has any powers of his own. Along with other super-powered teenagers, Will and Layla are driven to school in a flying schoolbus piloted by a man named Ron Wilson (Kevin Heffernan). When the kids arrive, they're accosted by two bullies,...,
Lords of Dogtown is a 2005 film directed by Catherine Hardwicke, written by Stacy Peralta. The film is based on the story of "The Z-Boys", an influential group of skateboarders who revolutionized the sport. Comedian Mitch Hedberg, who appears in the movie, died before the film was released. The movie is dedicated to his memory.Tagline : "They came from nothing to change everything."In the 1970’s, a group of teen surfers from a rough neighborhood known as "Dogtown" in Santa Monica, California, created a cultural revolution by transforming skateboarding from a recreational activity into an extreme sport.When a shipment of urethane wheels arrives at Santa Monica's Zephyr Surf/Skate Shop (traded by Mitch Hedberg's character to the owner of the shop for weed) the owner, Skip Engblom, played by Heath Ledger, puts together a team of local layabout skaters to compete.Known as the Zephyr Skateboard Team, the boys transferred their surf skills to drain pipes and empty swimming pools...,
Little Secrets is an independent film starring Evan Rachel Wood, Michael Angarano and David Gallagher. It premiered in the Heartland Film Festival in October 2001, and made its limited theatrical release on 23 August 2002.
An aspiring 14-year-old concert violinist named Emily Lindstrom (played by Wood) spends her summer practicing for an audition to get into the prestigious San Francisco Youth Orchestra while her friends go off to camp. She also runs a secret-keeping business, in which other children give her fifty cents to tell her a secret, which she promises to keep; this is a talent that she is normally very good at. Meanwhile, her parents are expecting another child and seem to care more about it than Emily.
New neighbors move in next door, including Phillip (played by Angarano). During the move, he accidentally breaks a valued chess piece and is caught by Emily as he attempts to bury it in the front garden. Phillip pays Emily fifty cents to keep his deed a secret, and to hide...,
Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure is a 1999 direct-to-video family film starring Joseph Bologna, Maureen McCormick, Harvey Korman, and David Lander. The voice of the costumed Baby Huey character was performed by Stephen Furst, who also directed the film. It was originally released by Sony Pictures to VHS on March 2, 1999, and was later released to DVD on February 15, 2005. Uniquely for a direct-to-video film, it features a primarily all-star cast, and it also serves as the latest production to feature the character Baby Huey. ...,
Michael Angarano was born