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Michael Andrako

Actor ~ Singer

Currently featured on the National Campaign for Pure Grown Diamonds shot on location throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Recently aired on Animal Planet


Michael will be featured on the Animal Planet hit show "Monsters Inside Me". He will be appearing in episode #506 as life saving surgeon Dr. Underwood. The episode was shot on location at the Metropolitan Hosiptal in the Greater New York City area.

Featured as Officer Volber on Discovery ID

Michael will be featured in the Investigation Discovery series "A Crime to Remember" as Officer Volber in the Kitty Genovese episode #203 filmed on location in Kew Gardens, New York City. This episode was directed by Cruz Angeles (Don't Let me Drown).

Recently featured at Bill Hainey's Theatre by the Sea production of "SPAMALOT"

Michael is currently reprising the laugh out loud role of Sir Galahad/The Black Knight at the Theatre by the Sea production of "Spamalot" directed & choregraphed by Broadway's own Billy Sprague Jr. (DIsney's Beauty & the Beast, Spamalot, Cats). 


This production is starring such New York favorites as Brad Bradley (Spamalot, Billy Elliot, Steel Pier), Harry Bouvy (Silence the Musical, A Wonderful Life), Al Bundonis (The Last Empress, National Tour: Ragtime, Whistle Down the Wind).

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Michael has begun working with Theatrical Agents Steve Laviska & Dale Lally of LTA: Lally Talent Agency., LLC

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Michael was hired to model in the cover shoot for the newest Kristabel Reed romantic novel. This book can be purchased on Amazon at the link below.

Michael is currently featured in several ongoing instructional AT&T software update & new product videos shot throughout New York City.



Michael was recently seen in New York with a production of "Easter Mysteries" written by Tony Award winning Broadway Producer, John O'Boyle as the featured character of John. This production was directed by Donald Brenner.


This reading featured a multitude of accomplished Broadway regulars such as Tony Nominee Walter Willison (Two by Two, Pippin), Mark Campbell (Mamma Mia, The 25th Anniversary: The Phantom of the Opera), Ken Robinson (Memphis, Baby It's You), Ali Ewoldt (West Side Story, Les Miserables), JB Adams (Far from Heaven, Parade), Alma Cuervo (Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Cabaret) & more.

Michael was featured in the moutntains of New Hampshire at The Barnstomers, with a New England Regional Premeier of the awarding winning show "The Spitfire Grill" as Sherriff Joe Sutter. 

This production was lead by the Drama Desk Award nominated director Igor Goldin (Yank! - York Theatre Company, With Glee - Prospect Theatre Company, Crossing Swords - NYMF, Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice - NYMF). 


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Michael was showcased as the supporting character Sir Dinadin at Houston's prestigious Theatre Under the Stars production of "Camelot" directed by Richard Stafford.  This ellaborate tale of love, betrayal and epic battles featured Broadway favorites such as Robert Petkoff (currently starring in Broadway's All the Way at the Neil Simon Theatre), Tony Sheldon (Tony Nominee for Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), & Sean MacLaughlin (currently starring in the National Tour of Evita).

Michael was featured in the Arizona premiere of "Spamalot" at the Phoenix Theatre, as the comdedic Blonde, Sir Galahad & the villianous Black Knight. This production was directed by Phoenix based director Michael Barnard and choreographed by Robbie Harper.

  • Michael was featured in the Gretna Theatre's production of "Little Women" as the leading man John Brooke, directed by Jason Summers.

  • Michael was also featured in the prouduction of "Grease" as the crooning man on high Teen Angel, directed by original "Grease" movie alumni Barry Pearl.

Michael was featured in the Arizona Broadway Theatre regional premiere of Disney's "Tarzan" as the villianous character of Clayton.

This vine swinging production was directed by ariZoni, and Moss Hart Memorial award winning director, Michael Susko.

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