Mike Vogel, born July 17, 1979 in Abington, Pennsylvania, is an American actor.
Growing up in Pennsylvania, Mike Vogel started his Hollywood career off as a model. He landed jobs for Levi's and Kohl's, all the while commuting from Pennsylvania to New York to audition for commercials, TV and whatever else he could get his hands on. Finally in 2001, Mike landed the role that would launch his career - he scored the part of Dean Peramotti in the FOX TV show Grounded for Life. Mike Vogel is quickly climbing the Hollywood ladder, in 2005, he got the role of Eric, Blake Lively's love interest in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
Mike Vogel used to be involved with extreme rollerblading, so it's no surprise that he got involved with sports movies early on in his career.
In 2003, Mike starred alongside O.C. star Adam Brody and real-life skateboarders Bam Margera and Jason Acuna, in the skateboarding flick Grind.
In 2005, Mike took on another sports movie as a motocross competitor in the film Supercross. The film also featured peeps like Sophia Bush of One Tree Hill and Aaron Carter even had a cameo.
It would be easy for Mike Vogel to fade away faster than a Hollywood diet craze, but he's not about to become yesterday's news. Watch for him this Christmas in the Jennifer Aniston flick Rumor Has It... and then check him out in the remake of the 1972 disaster flick, Poseidon - due out in May 2006.
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