Michael Anthony Angarano, born December 3, 1987 in Brooklyn, New York, is an American actor, best known for playing Jack's (Sean Hayes) son Elliott on the long-running comedy "Will and Grace."
Originating as a New York City Ford Model, Angarano moved to film and television at the early age of five where he guest starred on shows such as "The Pretender," "Seven Days," and "Another World."
Around the age of twelve, Angarano was receiving more complex roles and challenges, and is when Michael notes that he "really, truly started acting." During this time he took a lead role in the television drama "Cover Me," a show based on the true life of an FBI family. Most striking about this series was Michael's performances, showing us how dynamic and diverse he could be at a young age.
Angarano's film career blossomed with critically acclaimed performances as Meryl Streep's son Nick in "Music of the Heart," young Red Pollard in "Seabiscuit," and "Almost Famous," where he played the younger version of the main character, William Miller, a teenage music fan who is inspired by the bands of the time and lands himself a magazine assignment to interview and follow a new band.
A string of diverse roles followed including in the films "Sky High" and "Lords of Dogtown," both of which were released in the summer of 2005. He also appeared as Elliott, the son of Jack McFarland, on the television series "Will & Grace."
Now in his late teens, Angarano appeared in four episodes of the hit "24" as Scott Wallace in 2007. Between 2005 and 2006, he filmed roles in "Bondage," "Black Irish," "Man in the Chair," "Snow Angels" and "The Final Season," some of which have yet to be released.
Official Site: www.michaelangarano.net
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