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Michael Hitchcock

Michael Hitchcock

After obtaining a degree in Speech from Northwestern University, Ohio-born Michael Hitchcock went on to obtain his Masters degree in Film and Television Production at UCLA. He subsequently became a performer with the famed Los Angeles theater group, The Groundlings. His considerable stage work with the award-winning improvisational group eventually led to several television guest appearances and a series regular role on the WB's new comedy On the Spot.

Hitchcock's feature film credits include Christopher Guest's Waiting For Guffman and Best in Show, as well as Heartbreakers opposite Sigourney Weaver and Jennifer Love Hewitt, The Badge starring Billy Bob Thorton and Patricia Arquette, Sol Goode opposite Balthazar Getty and Jamie Kennedy, And God Spoke, starring Steven Rappaport and Michael Riley, and the critically acclaimed Miramax film Happy, Texas with Steve Zahn and Jeremy Northam.

As a writer, Hitchcock's credits include such feature films as New Line Cinema's acclaimed Where The Day Takes You and MGM's House Arrest, starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Pollack. He is also a writer and producer for Mad TV and has written a number of telefeatures.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Michael Hitchcock Facts

OccupationActor
BirthplaceDefiance, Ohio, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.