Photos with Michael Krebs
Michael Krebs has portrayed Lincoln for various occasions throughout the United States since 1994. As producer of With Lincoln Productions, an artist ensemble, Krebs appeared in President Lincoln's Inauguration Re-enactment (2011) in Washington DC for inaugural swearing-in ceremony at the Capitol and banquet at Willard Hotel, also the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum opening in Springfield, Illinois, and their 2009 Bicentennial week, the Hoover Presidential Library, Gerald Ford Museum, Gettysburg, New Salem Historic Site, and educational programs to hundreds of schools throughout the U.S. Read more... in the highly successful exhibits "The Last Best Hope of Earth: Abraham Lincoln and the Promise of America" and "The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden," also with their Distance Learning Center in opening Wet with Blood, an examination of Lincoln's assassination archives. He participated with Library of Congress on Mr. Lincoln's Virtual Library. As a guest speaker at Carl Sandburg College, he was part of President Clinton's address in January of 1995. Prior, he portrayed candidate Lincoln in the 1994 C-Span live broadcast re-enactment of the Lincoln-Douglas Galesburg Debate (1994) held at Knox College. Appearing as Lincoln in The History Channel's _Conspiracy?: Season 1, Episode 8 The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln (28 Nov. 2004) (TV)_, in Hatchett Books Group's Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, invited by Mexican Federal Government to participate in its Sesquicentennial of Cinco de Mayo commemoration in Puebla, Mexico 2012. Most recently cast as President Lincoln in Field of Lost Shoes (2014). Like Mr. Lincoln, Michael stands 6'4" without his boots.