He won a Soap Opera Digest Award for his performance in Days of Our Lives.
He was nominated for a Saturn award, for his work in The Pretender.
Most of the movies he's starred in have been direct to dvd.
His second Pretender movie received higher ratings then the first.
His highest rated show was The Pretender.
He appeared in Diggin' Up Bones as himself.
He was an extra in the film Ordinary People.
He was able to direct an episode of The Pretender.
He can wiggle his ears.
He can accurately name each of the United States in alphabetical order.
Michael is the younger brother of make-up artist Jamie Weiss.
His dad is a steel-industry executive & his mom is a homemaker.
He began acting as a child.
He studied at the Second City workshop while in high school.
He had a supporting role as a corrupt cop in the horror film Bones.
He co-starred with Reese Witherspoon and Keifer Sutherland in Freeway.
He played an HIV-positive gay man in the screen comedy Jeffrey.
Michael made his feature film debut in Howling IV.
Michael made several guest appearances as Jarod (from The Pretender) on the show Profiler.
In 1998, Michael was nominated for the Golden Satellite Award for 'Best performance by an actor in a television series' (The Pretender).
Michael was an usher at former Days of Our Lives co-star Lisa Howard's 1985 wedding to husband Daniel Cerone.
Michael is a certified scuba diver.
He can change his voice pattern to reflect certain accents or dialects.
Michael attended the University of Southern California, where he joined the school of drama.
Michael is 6'3" tall.
In early 2006, Michael starred in Les Liaisons Dangereuses at the Boston University Theatre.
Michael Weiss is seriously into doing things naturally. He claims that his home is chemical free. He is proud that he uses minimum eletricity. To save on gas he drives a Toyota Prius, which is an electric-gas hybrid vehicle.
From November 12 until December 12, 2004, Michael was on stage in Boston Theatre in a play called Burn This. Michael played a guy named 'Pale.'
Michael, at one point in his life, worked as a personal trainer, with many of his clients being fellow actors.
Michael also wrote a play titled Streams of Consciousness in the early 1990's. It debuted at the Met Theater in Los Angeles in 1992.