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South African born actor, Sean Cameron Michael, has performed in over 30 professional theatre productions and 50 television and film productions in his home country over the past 30 years.He first caught the local public eye in Regardt van den Bergh's multi-award winning feature film, The Gospel According to Matthew (1993), as the disciple Thomas. This was followed by a recurring role in Mnet's daily "Egoli: Place of Gold" (1991), as drug dealer Brett. He next played the leading role of Miles Stuart in the South African version of the UK cult drama series "This Life" (2004).In 2006 Michael again teamed up with director Regardt van den Bergh, this time to play the support lead of Fergus Buchan in Faith Like Potatoes (2006). Years later, this feature is still winning awards around the globe and recently screened in Moscow, Russia for the first time.Sean returned to local TV screens in 2008 as Mr Muller in Mnet's dramatic mini-series, "Ella Blue" (2008), for director Darrell James Roodt. Since then, other notable local appearances have been in Themba (2010), Confessions of a Gambler (2007) and Cape of Good Hope (2004).Internationally, Michael was first seen back in 1997 in the popular US TV series, "The Adventures of Sinbad" (1996), as Young Timur. He then played a number of cameo roles in British and American TV series and features, including "CI5: The New Professionals" (1998), Ernest in the Army (1998), Home Alone 4 (2002) (TV), Shark Attack 2 (2000) (V), Pirates of the Plain (1999), Blast (2004) and "Charlie Jade" (2005).In 2005 Sean landed the support lead role of Don Beatty in Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin's Emmy winning sci-fi mini-series, "The Triangle" (2005) opposite Eric Stolz, Bruce Davison and Sam Neill.2008 was a bumper year for Sean internationally, playing the title role in Allan Quatermain and the Temple of Skulls (2008) (V); psychotic Cockney mutineer, Nolan Moore, in NBC's Golden Reel Award-winning "Crusoe" (2008); and as French United Nations worker, Charles Solenz, in Fox's multi Emmy and Golden Globe winning feature 24 (2008) (TV) :Redemption, opposite Jon Voight, Kiefer Sutherland and Robert Carlyle. Over 12 million viewers tuned into FOX for the film premier. Adam Buckman from the NY Post was quoted as saying that 24 had found a new villain in Africa and that Michael's character was "possibly the most spineless character ever created for the series."This was followed by the Oscar and Golden Globe nominated Invictus (2009) for director Clint Eastwood; the Prism Award-winning Natalee Holloway (2009) (TV) for Sony Pictures; "Special Forces Heroes" (2008) for the BBC; Albert Schweitzer (2009) for Warner Bros (opposite Jeroen Krabbe and Barbara Hershey); and "Outcasts" (2010) for BBC America.In 2011 he appeared in Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010) (V); "Beaver Falls" (2011); "Infested!" (2011); "Get Out Alive" (2010); and the Primetime Emmy winning "America: The Story of Us" (2010) as Thomas Edison (scoring the highest viewership ratings in network TV history for the History Channel.)In 2012 Sean was seen playing the lead in Animal Planet's Mermaids: The Body Found (2011) (TV) scoring the highest viewership ratings for the channel since 2003. He also provided the voice of the Landlord in Universal's global hit, Safe House (2012) (opposite Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds), and worked on "The Great British Story" (2012) and Mankind for the BBC.Later this year he can be seen in Universal's Death Race: Inferno (2012); Jimmy in Pink (2013); opposite Sienna Miller and Toby Jones in HBO's The Girl (2012) (TV); and the 3rd season of the hit series "Strike Back" (2010).Sean was also recently invited by the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to participate in the first round of judging for the Best Performance by an Actor category for the 2012 International Emmy Awards, which takes place in New York in November.