Michael studied as a Postgraduate Student from 1997-1998 at Interlochen.
Michael appeared in a total of 21 What I Like About You episodes.
Starred in 3 season three episodes of What I Like About You.
Starred in 12 season two episodes of What I Like About You.
He starred in one episode of What I Like About You during Season 4.
When not working, McMillian enjoys spending time with his family and his 4-year old niece Stella. He enjoys drawing and considers authors John Irving and Michael Chabon among his favorites, as well as comic book creators Brian Michael Bendis and Alan Moore.
Michael McMillian attended Carnegie Mellon University's School of Drama where he received his BFA in 2002.
Michael attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan.
Michael: The drama of Saved comes from watching people who are struggling with their daily lives step into the roles of heroes and save people like you or I. It's a really tough position to be in in life, and it's going to be really intresting to watch.
Michael: I think people root for flawed heroes because everybody makes mistakes and everybody can relate to people who aren't perfect. And it's a great way to keep characters in the show intresting. It's what keeps people involved emotionally. We want to see if these people are going to overcome their flaws.
Michael: Saved is going to stand out from other dramas because people will get involved in the characters. It has a lot to do with rescuing people and flashing ambulances and scary medical situations, but it's mainly about the people. Audiences will tune in each week not necessarily to see the save or the rescue but to see what's going on in the characters' lives.
Michael: Saved is a character-driven medical drama. It's a show about people who are trying to help people and trying to help themselves at the same time. Saved looks at the lives and the problems of the paramedics who are stepping in to play heroes in their day-to-day lives. I think people who watch this show are really going to get involved with who these characters are and what's happening in their lives.