Micah Stock is an American actor who is famous for his work in the film Britanny Runs a Marathon (2019), Netflix series Bonding (2019), National Geographic Channel series The Right Stuff (2020).
Micah Stock was born on Saturday, December 31, 1988 (age 31 years; as in 2019) in Dayton, Ohio, US, and was brought up in Oakwood, Ohio.
He studied theatre arts through the Conservatory Program of State University of New York at Purchase.
Height: 6’ 3” IMDb
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
As a Theater Artist
Micah made his theatrical debut with the play Resident Alien (2000-01) by Human Race Theatre Company.
He worked for Muse Productions from 2003 to 2007 and acted in almost every play by the production.
In 2013, he played ‘Christophe Durant’ in And Away We Go, a play produced by the Pearl Theatre Company. He made his Broadway debut with It’s Only a Play (2014) as ‘Gus’ and went on to act in many Broadway plays such as White Rabbit Red Rabbit (2016), The Front Page (2016), Hamlet (2017), The Modern American (2017), and Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow (2017).
In Television and Films
In 2011, he made his TV debut with the series, Pan Am in the role of ‘Lareau.’
In 2019, he grabbed his first lead role as ‘Doug’ in the Netflix series, Bonding.
He has acted in a few TV series such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2012), Deception (2013), Escape at Dannemora (2018), Tales of the City (2019), Amazing Stories (2020), and The Right Stuff (2020). He made his film debut with King Kelly in the role of ‘Josh.’ He has also acted in a few films such as Newly Single (2017), Life Itself (2018), and Britanny Runs a Marathon (2019).
- Filmmakers: Christopher Guest, Mike Leigh, Lynn Shelton, Barry Jenkins
- Playwright: Robert O’Hara, Lila Neugebauer
- Brand: Reebok
- Perfume: Tom Ford Oud Wood
- Travel Destinations: Japan, Israel
- In his spare time, Micah likes to do archery and traveling.
- In 2015, Micah won the Theatre World Award for his performance as ‘Gus P. Head’ in the play It’s Only a Play.
- In 2018, he appeared in the documentary based on the works of four-time Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally titled Every Act of Life (2018).
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