Michael Easton

Mostly Credited As: Michael Easton
Date Of Birth: February 15, 1967 (Age 49)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Long Beach, California
Height: 5' 11 " (1.8 m)

Michael Easton

Michael Easton is the first actor to play the role of John McBain, beginning in October of 2003, having relocated to New York to star on One Life to Live. He was previously starring on the cancelled ABC soap, Port Charles, as fan-favorite vampire Caleb Morley.

Michael was born in Long Beach, California, and throughout his life was raised in both the United States and Ireland, his parents' native homeland. He began writing poetry in high school, inspired by the works of Charles Bukowsi and Raymond Carver. In college, he had majors in both English and History, with an emphasis on Greek history. However, instead of finishing school, Michael decided to travel Europe, and his writing that he worked on during the trip was compiled into a book called Drift.

Michael, after returning from Europe, decided to continue his education at Los Angeles' Universty of California, where he studied writing, directing, and last but not least, acting. He began writing plays while still in school, and performed them at various theatres throughout Los Angeles. Then, he was cast in the film Coldfire in 1990. A year later, he acted in the films The Killing Zone and The Art of Dying.

Michael, also in 1991, was cast in his first daytime role, Tanner Scofield on Days of Our Lives until 1992, which is also the year that he was named one of People's "50 Most Beautiful People". He also acted in the television movie Shadow of a Stranger in 1992. After that, he took a break from acting and relocated to New York for two years.

In 1994, Michael returned to acting, scoring television roles on Dazzle and VR5, and earned a guest appearance on Diagnosis Murder. In 1995, Michael starred in The Door in the Tamarind Theater in Los Angeles, and a year later, wrote, directed, edited, and produced the short film Daedalus is Dead. When the film premiered at the British Film Festival, it was later honored the award of "Best Dramatic Short" at the Sea and Sky Festival in Canada. In that same year, Michael was also cast as identical twin brothers in the miniseries TWO.

In 1997, Michael became a published poet with his book Eighteen Straight Whiskeys. He also made appearances on 413 Hope Street, Ally McBeal, and The Practice, and earned a role in the television movie Murder at Devil's Creek, and sold his screenplay that was based on the life of actor Montgomery Clift. In 1998, Michael acted in the television series Total Recall 2070, (which also featured fellow One Life to Live actor Kamar de los Reyes) and won a Gemini Award for "Best Actor in a Continuing Dramatic Role". In 2000, Michael acted in the minsieries The '70s. His screenplay Hunting Icarus was sold to Neverland Films in 2001.

Also in that year, Michael returned to daytime television in Port Charles. In 2002, he made a guest appearance on Mutant X, and then went back to Port Charles until its cancellation in 2003. Michael then relocated to New York for his role on One Life to Live.

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Total Recall 2070 (1999)As: David Hume
413 Hope St. (1997)As: Nick Carrington
Port Charles (1997)As: Caleb Morley (2001-2003)
Two (CA) (1996)As: Gus McClain/Booth Hubbard
VR.5 (1995)As: Duncan
One Life to Live (1968)As: John McBain (2003-2012)
Days of our Lives (1965)As: Tanner Scofield (1991-1992)
General Hospital (US) (1963)As: John McBain / Silas Clay (2012-2013, 2013-2015)
Episode Cast Credits 

General Hospital (US) (1963) 
  #12582 50x54: (Jun/15/2012) As John McBain 
  #12581 50x53: (Jun/14/2012) As John McBain 
  #12580 50x52: (Jun/13/2012) As John McBain 
  #12577 50x49: (Jun/08/2012) As John McBain 

The View (1997) 
  Gloria Estefan; Emilio Estefan; Peter Greenberg; Michael Easton 12x50: (Nov/14/2008) As Himself 
  Season 6, Episode 44 06x44: (Oct/31/2002) As Himself 

Mutant X (2001) 
  The Future Revealed 02x05: (Nov/02/2002) As Gabriel Ashlocke 
  Time Squared 02x03: (Oct/19/2002) As Gabriel Ashlocke 
  Past as Prologue 02x01: (Oct/05/2002) As Gabriel Ashlocke 
  A Breed Apart 01x22: (May/18/2002) As Gabriel Ashlocke 

Ally (1999) 
  The Blame Game 01x10: (Dec/28/1999) As Glenn 
  Cro-Magnon 01x07: (Nov/09/1999) As Glenn 

The Practice (1997) 
  The Battlefield 03x05: (Oct/25/1998) As Helen's Blind Date 

Ally McBeal (1997) 
  Being There 01x21: (May/04/1998) As Glenn 
  The Blame Game 01x13: (Jan/19/1998) As Glenn 
  Cro-Magnon 01x12: (Jan/05/1998) As Glenn (The Model) 

Michael has published his own book of poetry, "Eighteen Straight Whiskeys", that is based on his experiences early in life.

Michael appeared in the magazine "Playgirl" in December of 2000.

Michael earned a Daytime Emmy nomination at the 2002 Daytime Emmys, in the category "Best Villain".

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