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Michael Blue (II)

Michael Blue is an actor, known for Murder, She Wrote (1984), Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) and Taking Care of Business (1990). See full bio »

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Known For

Murder, She Wrote
Murder, She Wrote Explorer / Policeman #1
(1988-1991)
Taking Care of Business
Taking Care of Business Beach House Cop
(1990)
Hunter
Hunter Officer Campbell / Paramedic / Uniformed Officer
(1987-1988)

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 1991 Write to Kill (Video)
1st Policeman
 1988-1991 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Policeman #1 / Explorer
- Family Doctor (1991) ... Policeman #1
- Curse of the Daanav (1988) ... Explorer
 1990 Taking Care of Business
Beach House Cop
 1989 The Golden Girls (TV Series)
Porter
- Valentine's Day (1989) ... Porter
 1989 Nightingales (TV Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1989)
 1988 Too Good to Be True (TV Movie)
 1987-1988 Hunter (TV Series)
Uniformed Officer / Officer Campbell / Paramedic
- The Bogota Million (1988) ... Uniformed Officer
- Renegade (1988) ... Officer Campbell
- Hot Pursuit: Part 1 (1987) ... Paramedic
 1988 Our House (TV Series)
- Call It a Draw (1988)
 1986 Scarecrow and Mrs. King (TV Series)
 1986 Stingray (TV Series)
Sandy
- Below the Line (1986) ... Sandy
 1985 Misfits of Science (TV Series)
Rich Man
- Your Place or Mayan (1985) ... Rich Man

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