Mini Bio (1)
Michael Laren was catapulted to success early on in his dramatic journey with a career-defining performance as Jack Frost. His role in the parochial chestnut "The Christmas Song Sketch" from Sister Bea DeMille's 1967 St. Mary's Grade School Yuletide Extravaganza brought down the Catholitorium. Young Master Laren received quite favorable reviews from the Vatican (Pope Paul VI). Alas, his intervening years have been spent trying to recapture that youthful pinnacle of success and the aforementioned papal adulation. Thus for many a year, and through many a succession of papal heirs to St. Peter's throne (with nary a congratulatory note or opening night bouquet from any one of them, mind you), Michael has continued ever onward in search of his next great theatrical conquest. Whether under the lights of the Broadway stage (a nice supporting part with limited dancing, housing and per diem) or beneath the tinsel of Hollywood (a simple recurring role as a kindly shopkeeper who, though mute, appears in every episode of a weekly one-hour drama series and whose presence is integral to the story lines)...Michael Laren will trod the boards and continue to have a profound theatrical impact on monasteries and nunneries the world over. Oh, plus a few synagogues as well (on his great-grandmothers side).
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Michael Laren