Mostly Credited As: Michael Q. Schmidt
Sometimes Credited As: Michael Schmidt
Birth Name: Michael Q. Schmidt
Date Of Birth: April 20, 1963 (Age 52)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Whittier, California
Height: 5' 11" (1.8 m)
Since his first film project in late 1999, Michael has made appearances in 35 feature films (18 in principle or featured roles), 55 short films (45 in principle or featured roles), 57 television appearances (40 as either himself or as a featured character), 14 music videos, 10 commercials, and 4 webisode comedies... that's an amazing 175 projects... 167 of them in the 4 years since 2003. Michael keeps busy with a wide range of projects, accepting roles where he can infuse himself with the art. He credits his outgoing spirit, energy, and unabashed nature to his decade+ as a fine arts model.
Says Michael, "I love giving a director more than they thought they could get... more than they might ask... scenes and variations that give more options in post. Its far better to have something they might not use, than to be in edit and wish they had shot something they did not. Participation in a project makes me a partner in its success."
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Because of a background as a fine arts model and due to several very outrageous live performances in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Michael is known as one of, if not THE, biggest male strippers in the world.
Michael has been a fine arts nude model since 1996.
Michael has made appearances in several videos dressed in drag and is now considered on of the "ugliest women in music videos.
Because of Michael's help with his computer problems, actor Jeff Conaway calls Michael his "computer guru".
Michael Q. Schmidt Quotes
After the premiere of the 2007 film "Rebel Studz: The Uncensored Documentary", Michael was asked about his character of 'Texas" George Gant being a naked drummer. Said Michael: "The role was made for me. Its like this... you could put me in a tutu or a tuxedo and ain't never going to be pretty. So hell, I may as well get naked and be comfortable." - Michael Q. Schmidt