Michael played Clark Coles in the 1998 TV movie The Wedding.
Michael played Shapic in the 1999 film Trippin'.
Michael's first acting appearance was as an uncredited referee in the 1970 film Halls of Anger.
Mr. Warren played Bill Clayton in the TV series Girlfriends.
Michael appeared as Lamont in the television series Kevin Hill.
Michael played Wasach in the 2004 movie Species III.
Michael used his great athletic skills in his various appearances on Battle of the Network Stars.
Michael made a guest star appearance in NBC's hit drama American Dreams.
Michael played Mr. Anderson in the 2004 movie Anderson's Cross.
Michael had a recurring role as Milton in the series In the House.
Michael is also an accomplished writer.
Michael had a recurring role as Baron Marks in the TV series Soul Food.
Michael was born in South Bend, Indiana which is home to The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.
Due to his basketball expertise Michael made appearances in several basketball related TV shows and movies including Fast Break and The White Shadow.
Michael made two guest star appearances in the hit show Adam-12 in the 70's.
Mike played Roy in the 1972 film Butterflies Are Free.
Michael Warren's first credited acting role was as Lon in a 1971 episode of The Mod Squad.
Michael was chosen as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1976" in John Willis' Screen World, Vol. 28.
Michael Warren currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jenny, and their four children, Kekoa, Cash Garner, Grayson Andres and Makayla.
Michael was an All-American basketball player at U.C.L.A. in the 1960's. He played for legendary coach John Wooden and became a member of the school's hall-of-fame. Michael was a team captain and 2-time nation champion. He played alongside many future NBA stars such as Lew Alcindor (now Kareem-Abdul Jabbar), Lynn Shackelford and Lucius Allen. He majored in television, radio and film while at U.C.L.A but chose a career in acting over the NBA.