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Michael Massee

Michael Massee

Michael Massee portrays demented Satanist Isaiah Haden who gleefully confesses to murdering a professor's daughter in NBC's Revelations.

Born in Kansas City where he lived until age one, Massee moved with his parents, both writers, to Paris where they still reside. After graduating from high school, he took some time off to travel around Europe, North Africa and the Middle East finally returning to the States where he graduated from New York's Hunter College with a degree in theatre and writing with top honors. Shortly after graduation he began auditioning in the city while waiting tables and eventually landed roles in feature films and television.

Massee's other past television credits include a recurring role on the critically acclaimed series Carnivale and a regular role on the first season of 24. He has also made guest appearances on the drama series The Practice, The X-Files, Dragnet and Threat Matrix. In addition, he has an extensive list of feature film credits including Catwoman, Steven Spielberg's Amistad, Lost Highway directed by David Lynch, Se7en opposite Brad Pitt, alongside Michelle Pfeiffer in One Fine Day, and The Crow with Brandon Lee and Rochelle Davis.

No stranger to the theatre, Massee amassed credits in off-Broadway productions that include Delirium at The Waverly Place Theatre, The Dreamer Examines the Pillow at Michael Howard Studios and No Place to Be Somebody at The Little Theater.

He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Ellen, and their two children.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.

Michael Massee Facts

OccupationActor
BirthplaceKansas City, Missouri, USA

Selected Filmography

Not available.