A large portion of Micheal’s act is based on his own life growing up in Montana with his mother and three sisters, their dog, and a disability. He also ventures into some social and political commentary.
Micheal is currently traveling around the country performing mostly at conferences. He won the Norman G. Brooks comedy competition at the Hollywood Improv in 2005.
His humor cashes in on the subtlety of everyday life and is perfectly paced by his tempered on-stage composure, which is hilarious and wholly likeable. Mike has a very unique gift of being able to pull out a full set of comedy that is not obscene in it’s content, but still leaves crowds clutching their stomachs with laughter. Mike’s comedy is surprisingly insightful and good-hearted, enough to leave any audience feeling light-hearted with a new perspective on life.
~ Marianne Blaue/UC Event Coordinator
“His humor, new and old fans say, is hilarious and powerful because it is honest.”
~ Betsy Cohen/Missoulian