Michael Galvez knew at a very young age that he was passionate about acting and that it gave him immense joy. At the age of six, Michael started acting and the enjoyment of performing on stage and seeing people respond positively to his work was a driving force in his decision to become an actor. Knowing that like any other art form, acting deserved just as much study, Michael understood that he would have to commit himself to intense learning of the craft and develop skills that would enable him to be successful in portraying believable characters. Read more... Michael took acting classes at McFarland Entertainment. His first professional job was as one of two hosts for the nationally syndicated series, News For Kids. During the three years that he hosted News For Kids, Michael was awarded two Heartland Emmy Awards and interviewed Rosie O'Donnell, Dennis Rodman, Michelle Trachtenberg and Olympian Dominique Moceanu to name a few. Michael than went on to do a few commercials before deciding it was time for him to make the move to Los Angeles to further his career. Upon arriving in Los Angeles, Michael has refined his acting skills training at places such as the Young Actor's Space, Margie Haber Studios, The Groundlings and The Beverly Hills Playhouse. Michael has had success in both television and film with four feature films and eight short films in two years. Two of the feature films that Michael has appeared in, Silent Venom and The Kiss, are now on DVD. Over the years Michael has kept alive his joy for creating and performing and continues to develop both as an artist and individual.